VB Airsuspension

'Full air suspension 4C

VB-Airsuspension full air suspension systems are supplied with a sophisticated remote control that can be used to easily operate all functions of the suspension system.

In this overview we will explain the functions of the VB remote control. 

M1 / M2 - Memory function: stored height is activated
Up arrow / down arrow - Manual control to vary the loading/unloading height
Ferry - The rear is raised to the maximum level to make it easy to drive onto a ferry, for example
Load space - The front axle is automatically raised and the rear is lowered to the maximum level to make it easy to load and unload the vehicle at the rear
Autolevel - This option includes a digital levelling function that can be used to move your vehicle into a horizontal position (as far as the spring travel permits) simply by pressing the button
Sport - Lower the level of the vehicle by around 30 mm for better handling and firm chassis adjustment
Off Road - Increase the level of the vehicle by around 30 mm for greater ground clearance on rough terrain
 Car Park - Lower the vehicle to virtually the maximum level to make it easier to get in and out. You can also use this function (depending on the original vehicle height) to enter a car park with a low roof or to reduce the ride height to drive under a gate
Water discharge - Tilts the vehicle to the side with the water discharge to allow the water tank and the toilet tank to be fully emptied
















Changing the ride height with the VB remote control
While driving, the vehicle will constantly remain at the ride height pre-set during installation. This is the ideal ride height for maximum comfort and optimum stability. However, the ride height can be changed temporarily using the VB remote control functions:

  • You can adjust the ride height when travelling at a maximum speed of approx. 25 to 30 km per hour using the 'Ferry', 'Off Road' and 'Car Park' functions.
  • The 'Sport' function allows you to change the ride height at any speed.
  • The other functions on the remote control can only be operated when the vehicle is stationary.
Victor Benno