Who's ready for winter? Kevin's winter setup is clean and functional with a set of simple machine finished 17x8 Rotiform NUE's wrapped in Blizzak LM60's for the best in both dry-road handling and snow performance.
The Air Lift STi definitely does not fear the snow!
Tyler's amazing bagged Gen 3 STi conquers whatever the Canadian winter has to offer...
I'll have my winter setup posted up in the next few days hopefully... stay tuned
For those also located in snowy regions, what are you doing to prepare for winter? We always recommend the following for air-ride specific winter preparation:
- Add a bit of Air Brake Anti-Freeze to your air tank when it starts to get chilly! This helps prevent frozen valves, fittings and air line.
- VIAIR Check Valves found on the end of compressor leader hoses can freeze rather easily, we recommend SMC Check Valves
- Keep an eye on your pressures and the height of your vehicle! Cold air can result in the pressure you've been running all summer not providing the same lift as usual. Even a 5 PSI difference can be noticable.
- It's even more important in the winter to drain your tank and water trap. When you drain your tank, make sure to add more air brake anti freeze before re-installation!
Keep warm folks, and happy Thanksgiving!