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Thread: P38 Suspension Lift Guide

  1. #101
    Couldn't find on their site but with seaech I have managed to find the drawings.

    Thanks.

  2. #102
    Thanks to everyone here I have been enjoying my car for a long time.

    I have replaced management system with AirMadZ.
    Now I have Android remote controller

    You can check it on instagram from @p38_crazy_king user.

    Thank you again.

  3. #103
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    Admittedly, I do not have instagram but I seem to be unable to find that username?

    I am interested in what the AirMadz system can do on the P38. Does it replace the lucas EAS and does it integrate well?

  4. #104
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    P38 With Springs

    Hey Keithy, nice detail on the lift. I am new to this forum and P38 ownership.
    I bought one with the air already gutted and replaced with a 'standard' configuration coil spring replacement. Unfortunately the springs have sagged on one side.
    Can anybody confirm if the springs used have the same dimensions as the springs on the earlier model Range Rovers? from the dimensions provided by King Springs, they look nearly the same. Seems a little unnecessary to buy a whole new kit. Also, has anyone used a gas adjustable shock absorber with there spring replacement?
    cheers in advance for any comments.
    macmillini
    P38 HSE

  5. #105
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    I can't comment there mate, I've done coil conversions on P38's but did not take note of wether the springs were the same as the classic RR's

    Cheers
    Keithy

    Green 2000 P38 Range Rover HSE - Gone
    Blue 1999 P38 Range Rover HSE - Gone

    Silver 2002 P38 Range Rover HSE - Sequential LPG, BCDC Charger, TPMS, Rear Locker, Wheel Carrier, Bullbar & Spotlights, General Grabber AT2's, Too Much to Mention!

  6. #106
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    Hi macmillini. I can't comment on earlier model Range Rovers but you might find the information in this article of use in regard to your coil spring setup. P38 Coil Suspension Conversion

    Quote Originally Posted by macmillini View Post
    Hey Keithy, nice detail on the lift. I am new to this forum and P38 ownership.
    I bought one with the air already gutted and replaced with a 'standard' configuration coil spring replacement. Unfortunately the springs have sagged on one side.
    Can anybody confirm if the springs used have the same dimensions as the springs on the earlier model Range Rovers? from the dimensions provided by King Springs, they look nearly the same. Seems a little unnecessary to buy a whole new kit. Also, has anyone used a gas adjustable shock absorber with there spring replacement?
    cheers in advance for any comments.
    macmillini
    P38 HSE

  7. #107
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    Thanks for your response. I'll keep working on it. I was trying to avoid removing and measuring them before buying new ones.

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  8. #108
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    Another alternative for shock absorbers

    Terra Firma have recently released another +2" inch specifically for the p38. And this time they are adjustable. I have now fitted them on my car and firs impressions on road handling have been excellent. I will probably not get chance to put them to an off road test until well into Jan at the earliest due to travel commitments, however as a quick test around the streets specifically looking for corrugations pot holes and bumps I adjusted the set up to off road height and softwr damping rate and was very impressed at how well they absorb the bumps whilst maintaining control. As I get a chance to try them out in different conditions I will update this post.
    Gary

    1996 p38a HSE
    2" lift, Gen3 bags, adjustable Off Road Boss shocks, adjustable panhard rod, adjustable sway bar disconnects, EAS bypass, Ashcroft ATB F&R, 255/55/18 Toyo Proxes ST for road & 265/75/16 Maxxis Big Horns for off road :)

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