Bag setups… Who do you like, what works, what doesn't

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  • #388

    Wes
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    So since this seems to be one of the most talked about subjects on these cars other than engine swaps, here is you a place to let it out. Bag setups, who do you like, Mobsteel, ridetech, devious, any others? What do you like about them? What do you not like about them? Fit/finish, durability, ease of install, price, reliability? Let it out.. Got pics share them.

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    #389

    Wes
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    If you have contact info share that as well.. Don’t be greedy and keep it all to yourself.

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    #556

    tim
    Participant

    in few weeks mine is getting bagged. my buddy owns a customs shop and is going to custom make the kit for me. he does complete builds or pieces. once its done I post pictures.. his work is top notch

     

    #830

    Anonymous

    I just picked up 65 continental. It’s already dropped a few inches and sitting on 20’s (even though they are rockstars). It’s been blocked and chopped to lower it and I plan on using air bag of some sort. Not sure which company to go through so I figured this would be the best place to post in regards the best recommendation. I see ride tech has a kit pretty much already put together, but never heard anything good or bad.

    #837

    brian
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    I bought a kit from bc fab. level 3 kit with the choppin block a-arms. Their kit was less expensive and seemed better than the others in my opinion. I do believe choppin block makes 4 link kits also that dosent require cutting. Did not see a price on it tho. If you mention suicide slabs you also you get $100 off at bc fab.

    #1006

    Michael
    Participant

    With bagging the car, does it take up a ton of trunk space typically? Any other negatives to this approach?

    #1303

    Joe
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    My 62 is bagged. I went with Suisidedoors.com. I run 4 compressors 10 gallons of air 8 valves and 1/2 inch line at 150 psi and a 4 link suspension. I use airlift bags 2600 series and smc valves. I have 10 switches. I’ve had my car bagged for about 15 years and no problems. I am going to redo the system this summer. Ride tech makes a nice kit. The rear kit would be 8000 series shockwaves from ride tech. They make control arms and shocks for the car too.

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