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Old 09-02-2011, 06:37 PM   #1
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**New** Comfort Ride Control Valves Now Available

Brazel's RV Performance & Source Engineering are pleased to announce a new product for Air-Ride equipped coaches that makes a dramatic difference in ride and handling!

Over one year and thousands of miles of testing have concluded in the addition of Comfort Ride Control Valves to the UltraTrac product line.

Both Brazel's and Source worked together on development to bring this product to market and the feedback thus far from our customers have been outstanding! They are a simple installation that most any DIY'er can accomplish with ease.

As a show of faith in our product we are offering the first iRV2.com member that prints this post out and brings it with them to our facility in Centralia, WA to have them installed will receive a pair for the front and rear for free, with the caveat that they must write a report and post it here with their feedback.



Cost: $310 per pair

Sizes: 1/4", 3/8", 1/2"

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3912 Harrison Ave. Centralia, WA 98531
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Just a short note to let you know how the Comfort Ride Control Valves are working on our Alfa. The ride, the cornering has improved 100%. It's a real pleasure now to go down the road with a more cushioned ride. When leveling, dumping the air bags is fast, making leveling much easier. Would highly recommend these control valves to anyone with airbag suspension. Will e-mail more details when we return from our trip to Canada.

-Dave Crawford

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Can these be installed on non air ride suspension (Torselastic)?
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Old 09-03-2011, 10:25 AM   #3
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Sorry, no they will only work on air bag equipped coaches.
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Old 12-18-2011, 07:33 PM   #4
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Jon -
Do you have a fitment for my 2008 Itasca Meridian 37H?

Thanks,

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How does yours differ from these? http://www.hendersonslineup.com/prod...uspension.html
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Old 12-18-2011, 11:43 PM   #6
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The main difference is that ours are a check valve design so that they only restrict air flow one way. This maintains a smooth ride while reducing sway and porpoising. SuperSteer's Motion Controls restrict airflow both ways, which will reduce sway but it can make the ride more harsh.
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Brazel's RV Performance donated a set of 4 "Comfort Control Valves" as one of our major door prizes at the recent iRV2.com National Rally.

Year over year Brazel's has always been there for our National and I would like to extend them another measure of gratitude for their support and best wishes for a Happy Holiday Season.
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To our friend Jim Weeks and the rest of the crew Source Engineering, I would like to wish you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

Thank you for your support this year for the 2011 iRV2 National Rally!
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Is your offer still available or has someone taken you up on it. If not I would
like to but won't be in Washington until first part of April.
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Last September and they haven't installed one yet??
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Sorry no we have already had a customer take us up on the offer, but we would love to have you up here to get some upgrades done!
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Then where's the review?
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I was thinking of a fan control valves or koni shocks we are bound for alaska in june and wanted to improve the handling. It would have been a good test for your products. Oh well
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I was thinking of a fan control valves or koni shocks we are bound for alaska in june and wanted to improve the handling. It would have been a good test for your products. Oh well
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At the 2011 iRV2.com National Rally, Source Engineering gave us a set of Comfort Control Values to give away as a door prize.

Brazel's RV Performance also made available a set of Comfort Control Valves for us as well.

If you're in Tennessee next September drop on by and you might win a set.
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