Keepin’ Tabs: Installing Dakota Digital Odyssey Air Pressure Gauge

Installing Dakota Digital's Odyssey Air Pressure Monitor Project No-Name, our 1966 Chevelle has been on air ride suspension for almost 20 years now. When we first put it on bags we used manual valves which are easy to plumb in manual gauges to see the pressures at each corner. With those we were able to raise the car and pretty accurately have it at the same level every time … [Read more...]

Air Ride Install With Ridetech Part Two: Installing Air Ride

The Full Air Ride Install With Ridetech The time has come to really see what this Ridetech air ride is all about! Back in Part One we discussed some of the common misconceptions of air ride and how Ridetech has fixed all of those. We wanted to show that anybody can complete an air ride install so we did it ourselves in a driveway with fairly basic tools. We went ahead and … [Read more...]

Air Ride Install With Ridetech Part One: Debunking Air Ride Myths

Install Part One: Debunking Air Ride Myths With Ridetech When you want your car or truck to sit extra low at shows but still drive nice and handle well, air suspension offers the best of both worlds. Then you hear these horror stories and decide to stick with a coil over and live with the high ride height. We all want our cars to sit lower though, and Ridetech has worked … [Read more...]

Car Feature: John Boggio’s Red Hot 1965 Chevelle

Torch red paint, black everywhere, and on the ground. This Chevelle caught our attention a mile away - last year. While walking the Street Machine Nationals in Pomona, CA last year we spotted this beauty sitting off by itself. We couldn't find the owner and creeping inside the windows we could see the interior wasn't done. A year passes and we spot the Chevelle again at this … [Read more...]