Air Assit Suspension (1 Viewer)

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Since having VB comfort air assist suspension fitted a couple of week ago, I took the MoHo for a bit of a run out this morning and noticed both gauges were flickering up and down depending on the road surface. I was wondering if anyone can confirm if this is correct, or whether the gauges should remain constant at whatever setting they are set on when parked, i.e. 1.5bar. t
Thanking you in advance.
 

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andy63

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Mine fluctuate a bit when driving.. (dunlop air assist ) but as they are not easily viewed when on the move so havent studied just how much...
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Quite normal, the air bag absorbs the suspension movement by increasing the pressure in the bag.

Martin
 

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If you think about it, it HAS to 'flicker' ... as the air bags are squished and unsquished they will increase/decrease the pressure in the system, therefore this will be reflected in the gauge readings which simply show the pressure in each side at any given time, if they didn't it would mean that your system was 'rigid' and therefore not giving you any actually suspension aid at all.

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Thank You all. knew I would find the answer on the forum. Thanks...
 

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