Dr Funky wrote:How do you work the switches in them? Are they different in each car? Do you learn how after the hydraulics are installed?
WhiteBoy wrote:basically what you have is a number of toggle switches that run to your regulatiors, the regularors are on the air tank which is high pressure, and when you hit a switch the reg opens to that given strut and when that happens the air rushes down the piping and causes the strut to pop open. and it works just the opposite to close, you hit the switch in the opposite direction and it opens the reg letting air out and the strut compresses back down,,,, so on and so fourth. the more pumps you have the higher pressure which means a faster rise time(the time that it takes for your strut to expand all the way) same with batteries,, the stronger the system, the faster it is all gonna happen, the higher you will get when you leap and all that.
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