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The system works fine. The manufacturer is busy sourcing the original plugs and sockets to make it fully "Plug and Play".

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Tar , thanks

please do let us know when it might be available...

it would interest me a great deal, infact if it was sure to be available it might be just the tipping point for me to buy a GC....mostly i am sold on getting a GC but one or two points still cause me concern...one this system would sort out (travelling on deep wheel rutted roads or tracks over long distance where higher speeds can be used but higher clearance needed).

the other significant concern for me is only 508mm water fording depth (thats next to nothing), ford ranger is about 800 from memory for example...i assume its not entirely due to air intake , maybe some electrical things are too low looking at a pdf of jeeps water testing documentation


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There are a couple of snorkels in the final design phase...

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I'm definitely interested. Plug-n-play would be great, but will do hardwired too if we don't have an option. Let me know if I can help in sourcing the harness plugs. I have a feeling this would be a big seller.

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Get in touch with LLAMS if you have contacts who might help source OEM plugs...

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Hello Quadra Lift owners,

A plug-in version of Llams will hopefully be available in the 2nd quarter of 2014. Connectors have been confirmed as being available, albeit with a 3 month lead time. An order will be placed with a harness manufacturer for an inital batch of harnesses and pcb connectors shortly.

The system is designed to be used with NRH mode and is planned to provide raised heights of medium 33 mm (OR1) and high 50 mm, along with a low height probably set the same as Aero. The height settings can electrically be used in conjunction with other height modes but will be limited by physical suspension system constraints and safe practices. Warranty and legal ramifications will be at the purchaser's and/or driver's risk.

As the Dodge Ram appears to use an identical system with only different height calibrations, a pcb-mounted twin DIP switch will allow for the different calibrations of Jeep and Dodge and of 2 more vehicles using the same basic system.

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Awesome. Any idea on the expected retail?
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Hi

Great news - put me down for one.

Does this involve connections and new harnesses to both Quadra Lift PCBs? If so, is it possible to extent the length of the new harnesses to allow the PCBs to be moved? I'd like to get them above floor level.
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I'm hoping the harnesses and connectors will not cost more than the LR ones which are made in the UK so that the kits cost on par with the LR kits which retail for nearly $600 from resellers. If the harnesses are significantly less than the LR ones then the kit price will be accordingly less. I'd like to start at an introductory price direct from me but will need to swap to using resellers at some time.

The Llams module will have a connector header the same as the suspension module (its a long single header) to accept the existing connectors and will have harnesses with 2 identical connectors to plug into the suspension module. Individual harness versions of the suspension module header are not available. The Llams harness length is envisaged to be only long enough to locate the Llams module over the back of the suspension module. So even if the Llams harnesses were long, the original connectors still have to plug into the Llams module. However as the cost of a Llams module is low compared with a suspension module (over $2.5K), a Llams module with long harnesses to allow the suspension module to be mounted somewhere high (where might that be and how long would the harnesses need to be?) would be far cheaper to replace. As the harnesses will be made with connectors at one end only so that the other end can be soldered to the Llams pcb, perhaps I could order the harnesses with long wires so that both short and long versions can be produced. Any suggestions on length?

Edit: Initial harness prices have been received and are a little less than the LR versions so still progressing.
Jan 24th: Initial harness order now paid but 4 mths to make the connectors and harnesses.

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