Management  

4-Way Manual

AVS Switchbox

Switchspeed

Auto Pilot V2

eLevel Rocker

eLevel Touchpad

Price  

 $200

$680

$900

$1018

$1300

$1600

System Style  

Manual

Analog

Analog

Digital

Digital

Digital

Ride Height  
Based  

Pressure based

Pressure based

Pressure based

Pressure based

Level Sensors based

Level Sensors based

Controls  

Paddles

Switches

Touchpad

Touchpad with Display

Switches

Touchpad

Manifold  

None

Accuair VU4

Accuair VU4

Airlift V2

Accuair VU4

Accuair VU4

Tank Fitting Kit  

Included

Included

Included

Included

Included

Included

Compressor  
 Relay  

Included

Included

Included

Included

Included

Included

Auto  
Calibration  

No

No

No

Yes

Yes

Yes

Pressure  
Readings  

Optional Gauges

Optional Gauges

Optional Gauges

Digital Display

Not needed

Not needed

ECU  

No

No

Yes

In Manifold

Yes

Yes

Rise on Start 

No

No

No

Yes

Yes

Yes

Valve Speed  

Fixed

Fixed

Adjustable

Fixed

Fixed

Fixed

Ride Height  
Presets  

No

No

No

Yes (8)

Yes (3)

Yes (3)

Remote FOB  
Controls  

No

No

Optional

No

Optional

Optional

iPhone Controls

No

No

No

No

Optional

Optional

 
 

- WHICH MANAGEMENT SHOULD I USE?
There are several options to choose from for your airbag management. The most basic systems are called "Manual" which use manually controlled valves to control the air coming in and out of the bags. Stepping up from there is the "Analog" systems which use a controller that electronically controls valves to air up and down. The top of the line systems are "Digital" management setups that use an ECU with advanced features such as height presets, system monitoring, tank pressure changes and even controls from your phone! The pricing for these systems are inline with their capabilities with Manual being the cheapest and Digital the most expensive. The system you choose will be based on the features you are looking for and the budget you have to make the purchase.

- WHAT ARE HEIGHT BASED AND PRESSURE BASED SYSTEMS?
Pressure based systems are the most common and rely on bag pressure to set height levels such as Manual, Analog and Airlift Auto Pilot V2 management kits. A Height based system would be the Accuair e-Level which uses position sensors mounted to the suspension that sends the suspension level to the ECU to maintain a specified ride height. The benefit to a height based system is that no matter how many passengers or cargo are inside the car the e-Level system will maintain the same ride height by adjusting the pressure in the airbags automatically to sustain the specified ride height. Another advantage to the height based system is that you no longer have to deal with the hassle of installing pressure gauges.

If you have any other questions at all do not hesitate to contact us!