One of the things that we implemented in the IIDTool is a raising/lowering procedure that does not require a full calibration with altered measurements to do an electronic lift. It is as simple as entering the menu, selecting the desired lift (or drop for the bling crowd) and exiting the menu. See video 5 on our demo page: https://www.gap-diagnostic.com/support/medias/ . This is shown using the vehicle's integrated info display and cruise control switches (hence the name Integrated Interface Diagnostic Tool), but with the IIDTool BT you have the option of an iOS/Android app or the integrated display/controls. It literally takes less than a minute and is much quicker and easier (and less dirty) than installing rods.
Sorry to jump in on your conversation. I just thought I could shed a little light on the discussion.
No apology needed, Steve! Thanks for the info.! Sounds like GAP is the best way to go. I like the idea of the BT connectivity — I have a cheap Chinese OBD reader at the moment; it’s handy for some things (though the Carsoft tool has far more usable features), but is limited in its functionality.
Lowering the vehicle a bit for long highway drives is something that is very appealing to me. Can I PM you for more details?
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