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40,000 miles?!? The recommended interval in our local place is 20,000 km.

When I had my 40k PMS, I opted not to replace it. I just took the new one and stored it as I think it is still clean.

For the air filter, I got a new one.

By the way, we have this so called Yojin's Warranty. All PMS are free for 3 years or 60,000 km whichever comes first.
The max interval is 24 months or 30k miles, but I replace it whenever I think about it. They actually recommend you change it every oil change, which I do 7500 miles I'm about 45 days.

The car currently has 103,500 or so miles, so by the end of the month, itll be time for my 105,000 mile oil change.

For the airfilter, I have. AEM dry filter that is washable, so I do that and my 07 Yukon's K&N filter at the same interval. ,

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It's all down hill from here.

Going to start off with a cheap homebrewed manual setup, but with good dual 444c compressors and a 5 gallon, 8 port tank so that will be future proof. Gonna run 2 switches, 1 front and 1 rear with a electric dual needle guage. When money permits, the management will change to either airlift auto pilot v2 or airlift 3s.

Now to gradually start ordering stuff.

I do want to build a box for the compressor and wires to reduce the noise level since this is my DD and the wife, 4yr old and 4month old ride in this car.

And im sure my 10 will be replaced with 1 or 2 8's of I dont have room for it after the install. It wouldnt be the end of the world to lose the woofer, but it makes my 150 mile daily commute easier.

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Do you use the adaptive cruise control during your 150 mile commute? Does it work well? (Sorry if you reviewed this elsewhere, I might have missed it)
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Do you use the adaptive cruise control during your 150 mile commute? Does it work well? (Sorry if you reviewed this elsewhere, I might have missed it)
Yes. Everyday. All the time. Anytime I can.

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It's all down hill from here.

Going to start off with a cheap homebrewed manual setup, but with good dual 444c compressors and a 5 gallon, 8 port tank so that will be future proof. Gonna run 2 switches, 1 front and 1 rear with a electric dual needle guage. When money permits, the management will change to either airlift auto pilot v2 or airlift 3s.

Now to gradually start ordering stuff.

I do want to build a box for the compressor and wires to reduce the noise level since this is my DD and the wife, 4yr old and 4month old ride in this car.

And im sure my 10 will be replaced with 1 or 2 8's of I dont have room for it after the install. It wouldnt be the end of the world to lose the woofer, but it makes my 150 mile daily commute easier.
Hey!! Love the build!!

I plan on having a small tank and compressor in my 1st gen at some point (coilover air cups) and had thought something great. I'm not sure how much room is under the plastic in the trunk of your car but there is a ton in the 1st gen. My plan is to have the compressor on 1 side and the tank on the other. Both sides could be made into a "box" kind of like a dog box found in old style vans. This way I could still have my 2 12s as well as the air assisted lift for speed bumps and or driveways.

Worth a shot to take a look behind the trunk liners to see what's back there. If anything, one could always build a stealth box to still keep the bump lol. Keep up the great work!

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Sorry for the ignorant question, what will you do with the compressor? If it's not too much to ask, I hope you can explain it on full details.
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Hey!! Love the build!!

I plan on having a small tank and compressor in my 1st gen at some point (coilover air cups) and had thought something great. I'm not sure how much room is under the plastic in the trunk of your car but there is a ton in the 1st gen. My plan is to have the compressor on 1 side and the tank on the other. Both sides could be made into a "box" kind of like a dog box found in old style vans. This way I could still have my 2 12s as well as the air assisted lift for speed bumps and or driveways.

Worth a shot to take a look behind the trunk liners to see what's back there. If anything, one could always build a stealth box to still keep the bump lol. Keep up the great work!
After watching some YouTube and thinking about the 3rd gen truck, I have a few options for the compressors. They may fit in the 1/2 pair tire space, or I could put them in the corners where the storage trays are. If I tuck the tank up tight against the seat, I still should have room for the woofer without much sacrifice to trunk space.

I'll get it configured once I get the compressors and tank. I might run a 4 gal depending if there is a significant size difference between the two.

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