The XLifter EAS Controller

ftillier

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Today I installed the xlifter, pretty easy, though definitely tight quarters. I cheated a bit and removed the eas unit from the car in order to align the xlifter unit properly. I then released the Velcro, reinstalled the control unit, the reattached the Velcro. Took me a while to get the cabling routed in a way that I felt wouldn't result in chafing of wires over time, but it's all good now. I only wish there was some kind of bracket to hold the plugs firmly, at some point I might try a bit of double stick tape to mount the plugs on either side of the unit. Another project is to build a case for the remote so that it fits into the recess to the right of the instrument cluster, and hard wire it in, but that will come another day.
 

djkaosone

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For those of us with the xlifter, Jan released 2 new updates.

1.06 release allows the user to manually adjust each corner strut.
1.07 is a cumulative release update that features a suspension lock and it stays locked until you unlock it.
 

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