Many will see past the drawbacks of getting involved with this sort of system and will still push forward on making the leap; the benefit of total control with ease is well worth the investment. The battle isn’t over with the initial purchase though. Once the parts are in you will need to prepare to install the air suspension on your Challenger.
What’s in the Package: Before you buy your air ride system you will want to take the time to decide whether or not you want to be able to control the ride height from the comfort of the car.
Not all kits will include the air compressor and what’s needed to hook it up to your system. If it doesn’t, you will get the shocks and all of the lines and fittings you will need to run compressed air through the system.
Some kits come with everything you need to run air but without the compressor. These are cheaper options but you will have to use an external source to fill the bellows.
How to Install: Installing the air shocks themselves is no different than installing regular shock absorbers. What separates the process is the addition of airlines and fittings for kits that will use an onboard compressor system.
If you are running an onboard compressor you will need to plan out the best route possible to run your lines and the best place to mount the compressor. You will also need to find the area you will want to run wiring for switches and power to properly control the system. For the do it yourselfer this is easily a full weekend project.