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Hey I'm new to the forum trying to find more info on how to go about bagging my 2006 impala.....can anybody give me any advise like is it going to last or will it be high maintanace to keep up with it....what are the pros and cons to having air ride????

Can anybody give me any advice or links to where I can find the info.

The best quality air ride kits and how much is the right price.

I see them ranging between 1200 to2700.
 

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theres a couple people i have seen bagged there new gen fwd impalas i dnt know anything about bagging fwd impalas but i love bagged cars and if your serious id think it would be a show stopper i want to bag my 95 one of these days
 

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yeah i seen one guy on here with a black one bagged it aint look like it lay frame on the big 22" it had but it sure did look real beautiful sitting low like that ima go this weekend to a place and and estimate and more information on it
 

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talk to homeless ent on here, and on some other forums i have seen him go by 2Pumped. that dude has a sick airbag setup.
 

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impala air ride suspension from 58 and up

Hey I'm new to the forum trying to find more info on how to go about bagging my 2006 impala.....can anybody give me any advise like is it going to last or will it be high maintanace to keep up with it....what are the pros and cons to having air ride????

Can anybody give me any advice or links to where I can find the info.

The best quality air ride kits and how much is the right price.

I see them ranging between 1200 to2700.
A suggest premimum kit would be

-front/rear air struts
-air management kit preassembled(5 gallon airtank/1/2 hp compressor/4 corner valves control)
-3/8 hose kit with fittings
-4 switch control w/gauges
-filter kit
-speed control(2-3 seconds inflation/deflation)

Approximate cost:2100.00usd

This kit will allow you to lower 4" down from stock and you will maintain 4 corner pressure for the better handling and ride.

The only real maintenance requires is to keep the filter clean which in return prevent any problems with the electrical components. Also you may want to lubricate the seal in the valves every so often to prolong the life of the seal inside the valves.

Let me know if you have any questions and hope this helps!!
 
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