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    hello pws
    yesterday i was discussing with my freind that i want to lower my corolla (as all teenagers do) to give it cooler look but on the other side i am curious about that it will hitt speedbreakers ...
    my freind told me that then u should buy " height control device or machine " with which u can lower and increase your car height with a button
    so i want to ask is there are such machine or devices available in local market... i konw that height control option comes in a prado or lc but is it locally available or not..plz do answer
    and one more thing if i by luck find any "height contol device or car hydraulic" so will it require an major alteration like cutting??


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    you need a car hydraulics lift kit don't know about its availabilty in Pakistan.

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    Or you can get coilovers, cheaper option. Height adjustment, only not with the touch of a button.
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    Look up air ride.
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    Hydraulics are available in Shershah. Just that you need to dig into shops.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bango View Post
    Or you can get coilovers, cheaper option. Height adjustment, only not with the touch of a button.
    what are coilover can u plz describe it

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    Quote Originally Posted by mad_racer View Post
    Hydraulics are available in Shershah. Just that you need to dig into shops.
    well bro i am from peshawar but if they are present n karachi then they will be present in peshawar too
    but 1 more question for fitting of hydrualic in my car will it require any major alteration like cuttinng or something else

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    common guys need more answers

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    I think you are looking for something like this " The air ride suspension"

    https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=10150580183428176

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    Thats Air suspension,I dont think it'll b available here.U either import it or built up one(Which requires some high skills)..,!

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    height control machine -1382422


    Will cost somewhere from 2500 US and up for a brand quality. Cheaper available around 1500. The picture above is exact fit for 10th Generation corolla.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fazalwahab11375 View Post
    height control machine -1382422


    Will cost somewhere from 2500 US and up for a brand quality. Cheaper available around 1500. The picture above is exact fit for 10th Generation corolla.
    Bro what if one source out that compressor from any Lc or any other car which have air suspension n then modify those coliovers to get air filled in.,?? I think it might b possible to built this kinda suspension in low price.

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    I have no idea.. any expert in suspension can answer. But its a delicate job and possible if someone need to make it locally.

    Quote Originally Posted by tayyabafzal95 View Post
    Bro what if one source out that compressor from any Lc or any other car which have air suspension n then modify those coliovers to get air filled in.,?? I think it might b possible to built this kinda suspension in low price.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mohsinp View Post
    hello pws
    yesterday i was discussing with my freind that i want to lower my corolla (as all teenagers do) to give it cooler look but on the other side i am curious about that it will hitt speedbreakers ...
    my freind told me that then u should buy " height control device or machine " with which u can lower and increase your car height with a button
    so i want to ask is there are such machine or devices available in local market... i konw that height control option comes in a prado or lc but is it locally available or not..plz do answer
    and one more thing if i by luck find any "height contol device or car hydraulic" so will it require an major alteration like cutting??
    I am not really aware of the air suspension set up and how much of an alteration it would require you to make, but one thing i know for sure is that it will be costly. I too did not like the stock ride height of my '13 Corolla, so i opted for lowering springs to bring it down to an eye catchy level! Brand new springs costed me around 11k and i think is a better option for starters, rather than straight away jumping on to an air suspension setup! Mind you, my car does graze a few nasty speed bumps, while in a few areas, where it practically tends to sit on the breakers, i use an alternate vehicle!

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    The ride height, for your reference!

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    Quote Originally Posted by fazalwahab11375 View Post
    I think you are looking for something like this " The air ride suspension"

    https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=10150580183428176

    exactly

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    Quote Originally Posted by devilzpassion View Post
    I am not really aware of the air suspension set up and how much of an alteration it would require you to make, but one thing i know for sure is that it will be costly. I too did not like the stock ride height of my '13 Corolla, so i opted for lowering springs to bring it down to an eye catchy level! Brand new springs costed me around 11k and i think is a better option for starters, rather than straight away jumping on to an air suspension setup! Mind you, my car does graze a few nasty speed bumps, while in a few areas, where it practically tends to sit on the breakers, i use an alternate vehicle!
    what abt coilovers

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    Quote Originally Posted by mohsinp View Post
    what abt coilovers
    That's another option, but again a lot depends on how much you are willing to spend. The coilovers would set you back by roughly 40k or thereabout!

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