Originally Posted by mcwushu
It would look fine in OAII setting, but once you drove down the hwy, you'd have some problems with the vehicle lowering to sport mode, park, etc.
33's won't fit with the air suspension, there are several threads out there regarding tire/wheel sizes that work with air suspension, I believe a couple people have gotten 32's in there.
Originally Posted by ColdCase
The air suspension has height sensors, so it will always be fighting the lift. You would get a very soft ride at the same level as stock.
The inexpensive way to lift a air suspension is to adjust the length of the sensor connection rods to fake the suspension into another height. There are complications, like put it into ORA 2 and you will get some suspension stop issues.
Yeah, the largest "no mod" set up I've read about with air suspension are with 275/55r20. So roughly 31.9".
I keep reading about guys bending the pinch welds to obtain greater clearance. Just curious how that would apply to folks with air suspension. Like you mentioned, coming back down from OAII is what you'd have to account for.
At least you can disable the park mode. Aero mode wouldn't be a big deal being that it only engages at higher speeds when steering movement will be at a minimum.
I guess for more reading I'll search for "33's and air suspension".