Ridetech RidePro-HP E5 Ride Height Sensor Upgrade Kit
RidePro-HP Upgrade Kits
Upgrades an existing pressure-based RidePro E5 air suspension management system by measuring both air pressure and ride height for complete precision and control. RidePro-HP E5 Ride Height Sensor Upgrade Kit will establish ride height and spring balance loads by comparing spring air pressure with ride height position, eliminating any cross loading while keeping the vehicle level. This is great for dynamic driving situations that entail quick transitions often seen in high-performance driving that may see hard stops, fast acceleration, and sudden steering changes.
Note: RidePro-HP sensors are ONLY compatible with a RidePro E5 Digital Control System.
- Combines with the RidePro E5 pressure measurements for precision accuracy in ride height and air pressure
- Durable heavy-duty ride height sensors
- Linkage rods are bendable with rubber rod ends
- Use of weatherproof connectors and wiring harness for OEM reliability
- (4) Ride Height Sensors
- (4) Ride Height Sensor Linkages
- Group Wiring Harness
- Installation Hardware -Consisting of 1/4 in. sensor bolts, Nyloc nuts, flat washers, mounting tabs, and heat shrink tubes
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