I love air ride systems and seeing them used in SUV applications as well and this actually does look really nice in my opinion. The thing I like most about this is where the components are tucked away and concealed.
It does look good and thankfully it's all adjustable on the fly so I wouldn't mind taking a swing and getting it done. You're right about the arches though, they're fitting and pretty crucial to how it looks overall.
Going air is a big commitment for a lot of people, builds like this will be far and few between. What we'll see a lot of in the not too distant future are people going for entry-level coil over systems and even more likely are lowering springs.
Price was one of the big issues on going air instead of coils. Another was daily driving, I didn’t want to get stuck on the side of the highway with a blown bag. I have about a 120 mile round trip a day.
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