Air Lift Performance Mk1 Audi S3 (99-03) Slam Series air suspension kit

Performance, practicality and German reliability – what’s not to love about the Mk1 Audi S3? Its 1.8-turbo engine delivers 225bhp through all four wheels and early examples can be had for very little money. Combine this with our latest Slam Series Performance air suspension and the result is a show worthy car without sacrificing usability.

IMG_93051-711x1024Put simply, coilover suspension cannot compete with the versatility of Air Lift. This kit will get you lower than any coil suspension while still providing crisp handling and a smooth ride thanks to the use of double bellow air springs all round. Once fitted, the Mk1 Audi S3 can be lowered (from stock height) up to 5.8-inches on the front axle and 4.8-inches on the rear. In order to achieve the lowest drop possible, the Air Lift Performance bags compress to an amazingly slim 2.3-inches allowing even the biggest wheels to tuck hard (providing they clear the fenders). Continue reading “Air Lift Performance Mk1 Audi S3 (99-03) Slam Series air suspension kit” »

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SPOTLIGHT: KD Designs MK4 Golf

Kyle Duquesnay’s sublime MK4 Golf wouldn’t look out of place on Europe’s most hotly contested show fields. But how did it evolve on its journey from stocker to fully worked show car? Often the journey is as exciting as the outcome, and with an outcome as good as this… we were itching to find out more!


This particular build came to Kyle at KD Designs with the brief of a simple engine bay clean up, but part way through the original owner lost focus with the build. So Kyle kept the dream alive by purchasing the red MK4 1.8T from him. From then on it was full steam ahead to show just what the Rhode Island firm could do. Continue reading “SPOTLIGHT: KD Designs MK4 Golf” »

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Fast Car’s Cover girl 350z gets the Air Lift makeover!

It’s always awesome to see Air Lift Performance supported in the media, and this month’s issue of Fast Car Magazines features the ‘Dream Build’ Nissan 350Z slammed on Air Lift Performance suspension. Built in just a few weeks the guys at Fast Car wanted a super-cool project with all the usability, performance and style a cover car should feature. Fast forward to now and it’s safe to say they’ve ticked all the right boxes! We’ll be bringing you an exclusive look behind the scenes of this build along with details on the air suspension install. Until then, check out the cover below and grab your online copy here:



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Air Lift VW Beetle Turbo (2012+) Threaded Body Performance Kit

Imagine a suspension system that allows a super-low stance, track-tuned handling and – at the push of a button – raised ground clearance for everyday driving. It sounds too good to be true, right? Welcome to the world of Air Lift Performance.


This high-performance threaded body kit has been specifically designed for the new VW Beetle Turbo model, giving you the ability to adjust the ride height even while on the move. At the touch of a button you can lower your VW up to 5.8-inches from stock height on the front and rear axle! The result is a car that’s not only super-cool to look at, but also boasts significantly improved suspension performance while maintaining total practicality on the street. Continue reading “Air Lift VW Beetle Turbo (2012+) Threaded Body Performance Kit” »

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SPOTLIGHT: Nick Sahota’s BMW E30 M3

For a show called Ultimate Dubs there sure was a lot of non-VAG cars on display this year! But that’s what we love about the VW scene – if a car looks good and built to a super-high standard, it’s more than welcome at events like these. Speaking of which, one of the most talked about (and controversial) cars on display was Nick Sahota’s BMW, a genuine left-hand-drive E30 M3 and the first in the world to be running Air Lift suspension…

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