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Old April 23rd, 2009, 06:24 PM   #1
 
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FS: COMPLETE DIGITAL air suspension kit 98-02 accord/ 99-03 TL/CL 5/20 !Price Update!

NEW LOWER PRICE AGAIN!!! Updated May 20th
I need money for stock investments


$1600!!!!!!!!

SLASHED FROM Original $1800 asking price


Introduction:
i have for sale my used Digital air suspension kit for which ive only had on for about 6 months. The kit is from Easy Street and this kit is practically new. It comes with all components and hardware needed to install and get your car running. The best part about the digital kit is everything is plug and play unlike conventional air systems, this is easier than installing your own audio system. No splicing or anything. The digital kit also has a digital controller in which you can clearly view your pressures, adjust height according to memorized settings, and also a auto leveling system. This system basically will add more air to the inside struts during a turn, so that your car is level when you make a turn. Not to mention the struts are also 9 way adjustable for maximum performance and comfort.

Application:
98-02 Honda Accord Coupe/Sedan
99-03 Acura TL
01-03 Acura CL

Brand:

Air struts - Easystreet
Digital System - Easystreet
Compressor - Viair

Kit Includes:
- 2 Front 9-way dampening Air Struts
- 2 Rear 9-way dampening Air Struts
- 8 3/8" exclusive chrome 300 PSI Valves
- Viair 380C Chrome Compressor
- 5 Gallon D.O.T. Approved Air Tank with 8 1/2" Ports
- 1 Digital Easy street air gauge/controller
- Nickel plated D.O.T. push to connect fittings
- 145-175 PSI Pressure Switch
- 1/4 air fittings
- 50' of 1/4" D.O.T. Approved Air Line for your Gauges
- Detailed Installation Manual


Price:

I'm asking $1900 OBO for the Complete kit. This kit cost well over that amount, not to mention i also upgraded for the digital kit which is a couple more hundred. Retail is over $3,000.

You can view Easystreet website here for retail pricing and information.
Regular kit
Upgraded Digital System





Payment:
I accept paypal, cash, money order, cashier's check, and official check

-Your paypal must be verified with a bank account and home address
-Cash will only be accepted in person
-Money order, cashier's check, official check will only be accepted from Wells Fargo, Bank of America, Chase, or Citibank

Shipping and pickup:

Located in northern Orange County, CA for viewing and local transaction.

I can ship the entire kit although i prefer local sales and will give priority to the southwestern region first.

Credibility:

I have an extensive history of online sales and purchases in which i would be more than glad to show proof of if needed.

-First off, my Paypal is verified through bank account and home address under "[email protected]"
-My eBay has is at 100% feedback with (80) transaction. It is listed under "vzuptnguyen"
-you can also view my iTrader feedback rating on vipstylecars under "Vzuptnguyen" as well.
http://vipstylecars.com/forums/member.php?u=5107
Many reputable users here can also vouch for my sales integrity and ethics.

Contact:

Cell: 714 260 7694
Email: [email protected]
AIM: stayhumbIe

Please do not hesitate to ask any questions, throw any offers, or request any pictures.

Although I am mainly firm on my very low pricing, I believe there is no such thing as lowballing. If you dont try, you'll never succeed.

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Old April 23rd, 2009, 06:28 PM   #2
 
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Pictures of car on the air suspension.






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Old April 23rd, 2009, 06:29 PM   #3
 
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Question: Why are you wanting to get rid of the kit after having it for such a short period of time?

This is the ideal kit for me, but I may have quite a few questions for you.
forgot to add.

I am bored of the car now and need the money to start up my business. Ive only had the car for 2 years total.

Also ask as much as you want. i studied into air suspension and kept asking questions for months before i finally got it.
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Old April 23rd, 2009, 08:38 PM   #4
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forgot to add.

I am bored of the car now and need the money to start up my business. Ive only had the car for 2 years total.

Also ask as much as you want. i studied into air suspension and kept asking questions for months before i finally got it.
Are all of the pieces in excellent condition? Would anything need to be replaced in order to complete a clean install?

How would you rate the ride comfort at the various levels you've sampled? Is the kit still installed on your car or is it ready to sell?
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Old April 23rd, 2009, 09:19 PM   #5
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a friend of mine from acurazine said you had a bunch of issues when you first installed the kit? have they been worked out?

im not personally intersted in the kit, just lookin out for a fellow member.
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Old April 23rd, 2009, 09:20 PM   #6
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ive always wondered how you would not eat up your tires because adjusting suspension requires an alignment every time. Maybe just get it aligned on the height you are going to drive on mainy? im guessing?
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Old April 23rd, 2009, 09:23 PM   #7
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that is sexy.
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Old April 24th, 2009, 01:57 PM   #8
 
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Are all of the pieces in excellent condition? Would anything need to be replaced in order to complete a clean install?

How would you rate the ride comfort at the various levels you've sampled? Is the kit still installed on your car or is it ready to sell?
-Yes everything is in great condition. The only minor defect i have is a slight rub on both front struts. This is due to the fact that i accidentally pulled the car out a couple times while it was slammed on the ground. But they are COMPLETELY FINE, just some rubber rubbed off. I can take a picture if you want.

As for the ride, it all depends on your settings. You must also remember your tires play a HUGE factor on ride comfort. The suspension can be set to a "Cadillac-like" ride or a very stiff sports suspension. You will get use to both strut adjustment and air pressure adjustment pretty quick. I can set it at a stiff setting and i will take a turn quick and there will almost be no body roll. I can set it at a soft setting and I can drive over hills and the car will float.

-the suspension is still on the car at the moment but i can have it completely removed and shipped within a days notice. i already have my stock suspension ready and waiting.

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a friend of mine from acurazine said you had a bunch of issues when you first installed the kit? have they been worked out?

im not personally intersted in the kit, just lookin out for a fellow member.
Thank you very much for your concerns regarding members on here, I greatly appreciate it.
The issues I had were all objective and personal and pertains nothing to the quality of the kit what-so-ever.
The first issue i had was i installed everything on the car, but then i lost a sensor in which i could not complete the install without. i had to remove everything and place my old suspension back on. Easy street service is very excellent and they sent me a $40 sensor free of any charges. (i forgot to tell you ES has excellent customer service and will answer calls without a long wait time either.)

the second issue i had was because im a ghetto installer. i ran the lines in places i shouldnt have in the beginning and the tires rubbed on them and caused them to blow out. This was due to the fact that i was lazy and didnt follow the whole..."do it once, do it right" lesson. I havent had a single issue for a long time now as i learned to cover up the lines and also mounting them in the right locations.

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ive always wondered how you would not eat up your tires because adjusting suspension requires an alignment every time. Maybe just get it aligned on the height you are going to drive on mainy? im guessing?
when you drive low, your tires will always take a toll...especially as low as air can get you to drive. I have lifetime alignment on my car and most air users will have their alignments measure at their ride height, they can drop it or pop it then leave it back to the height in which they got it aligned so specs stay good.

-Remember, this digital kit has a memory feature in which you only push one button and it will get it back to your "ride height" (the height in which you ride)
Most kits out there dont have this feature (like air runner) and you have to keep messing with the switches to get the exact height once again.

-The digital kit is all about convenience, and it definately has served its purpose.


-btw the digital controller also has a feature so that when you first install your suspension. it will tune your suspension depending on your car weight and positions.(make sure you are on a flat surface for this)
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I want to add i will be traveling to in june 3rd for a month. By it before or after, i don't mind. Preferably before.
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Old April 24th, 2009, 02:00 PM   #10
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bump legit guy.
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Old April 24th, 2009, 02:03 PM   #11
 
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bump legit guy.
Thanks for the vouch man!
wow didnt know that was you steve(steve right? haha im bad with names)

nice meeting you at the meet man, never knew your car went through all that.
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Old April 24th, 2009, 02:05 PM   #12
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Thanks for the quick responses to my questions. I'm currently awaiting installation estimates from a few local shops here in Tampa so I can figure out exactly how much money I need to make this work.

I'm assuming the lines that blew out previously have been replaced? Do you have any pics of the installation setup in your car? Just curious.
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btw here are a couple more media. people at meets hate me parking next to them.




I can take more videos if you would like.

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Tam GLWS brother. I forsee many things in your future AHAHAHA. Don't tell me you are leaving eveyrthing I hooked you up with bastard.
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Thanks for the quick responses to my questions. I'm currently awaiting installation estimates from a few local shops here in Tampa so I can figure out exactly how much money I need to make this work.

I'm assuming the lines that blew out previously have been replaced? Do you have any pics of the installation setup in your car? Just curious.
My pleasure man. I dont work so im here all day. haha.

Yes the lines have been replaced. I can also get you more for cheap if you want. But if you are getting it installed professionally, they will provide lines.

I can take pictures although i never got around to doing a trunk setup. i have all my dremels and grinders and even plexiglass new in my garage for that but i decided to part my car. So basically its a real simple setup.

BUTTT let me tell you. if you have installed your own suspension (coilovers or springs/shocks) you too can do this yourself and i can also guide you.

The suspension part is just like installing any coilovers. The digital system is fairly simple too. most wires are all plug and play. the only wiring you do is one from the battery to the compressor, one from the compressor to a fuse box, then a ground in the trunk. THATS IT!

you can install it outside professionaly but if you want to save $700-$1000 this is a very simple project. everyone including me thinks that it is a lot more complicated then it is, until you get your hands into it.

And i want to let you know if you buy this kit, i will be there 100% of the while guiding you through phone support and anything else.

-let me know if you need any more pics or vids, i dont own a camera and have to return the one i am using today.
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Tam GLWS brother. I forsee many things in your future AHAHAHA. Don't tell me you are leaving eveyrthing I hooked you up with bastard.
thanks for the words of encouragement Jake. since we are like twins im sure your heading in the same future as well

and sorry, but i am parting everything since i need the funds. sucks we never got to, and never will be able to cruise side by side man. definitely see you around though.
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Well best of luck. I'll drive out to Cali once I get my vacation right.

Hit me up.
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Thanks, if I think of any more questions I'll definitely let you know. Hopefully I can receive some quick answers from the local shops around here that deal with Easy Street.
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The 3 main suspension shops that deal with air ride suspensions have all quoted me between $1000 and $2000 depending on the trunk setup and digital controller installation options. Perhaps this is something I could install myself, but I'd rather not take the chance of a mishap occurring because of my lack of installation experience. As of now, it's not looking good that I'll be able to buy this from you.
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it pains me to see this kit so tempting. But I don't have a shop to install it or the capital to have it done in time before any events.
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if you are local, ill help you install it.
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The 3 main suspension shops that deal with air ride suspensions have all quoted me between $1000 and $2000 depending on the trunk setup and digital controller installation options. Perhaps this is something I could install myself, but I'd rather not take the chance of a mishap occurring because of my lack of installation experience. As of now, it's not looking good that I'll be able to buy this from you.
there is nothing to the digital controller installation at all. its just one ethernet cable that runs from the system to the controller...thats it.
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lol, the other half of the problem is i don't have the capital lying around for it. I'll have to wait this one out. maybe later if it's still around.
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lol, the other half of the problem is i don't have the capital lying around for it. I'll have to wait this one out. maybe later if it's still around.
haha yea capital is the main factor.

well just shoot me an offer anyways and ill see what i can do.
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PM me a price for everything if I drove to Cali & had you help me install it.
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wow.... damn nice kit.... i'm so tempted.....

Gonna look around for funds.... Do you take payments?
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booo tam.....
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Good Luck with the sale. I wish I had the cash to pick this up from you. I want air so bad but I just cant afford it right now. someone needs to jump on this!
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PM me a price for everything if I drove to Cali & had you help me install it.
haha thats like $600 in gas two ways.

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wow.... damn nice kit.... i'm so tempted.....

Gonna look around for funds.... Do you take payments?
I might but with a majority of it as a down payment. I'd have to check your credibility somehow as well via paypal, ebay,etc,...

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booo tam.....
haha, looks like theres not gonna be a all cali meet for me =[

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Good Luck with the sale. I wish I had the cash to pick this up from you. I want air so bad but I just cant afford it right now. someone needs to jump on this!
thanks brah! i was actually hoping you'd be the one on top of this sale seeing that you are HAWAIIAN and you know you guys put it down. haha

EVERYONE, if you are highly interested, SHOOT ME A PM.
I dont believe in lowball offers and everything will be considered.
The kit will cost well over that price, and i feel i deserve most of it, but air suspension is not fun with a stock car for me.
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Well, if this is around in teh summer, i'll definitely pick it up.
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