I've been noticing Hall Pantera's lift kit. I'd love to be able to simply push a button and raise or lower my ride height about an inch. Their spec is 3" movement. I'm refering to G13-61. Page 40 it's pictured. Anybody have any knowledge about this product? Anybody else offer something similar? Can you push the button a little less long and not go the full 3"? I noticed Ferrari's got a button you push to elevate their Enzo for speed bumps. The picture doesn't look like they replace the shocks, so they must mount somewhere else. Where do they mount? Anybody know how easy it is to install them? Anyone know of any competing products I can shop before deciding what to use, what's best for my applications? I like choices, and I might get Hall's after doing research anyway. I was thinking of thumbing through a low rider magazine and if I saw an ad, then buy the magazine and look up more info to see what's available out there. Is there welding involved, etc? Maybe I should just go talk to one of these low rider guys sometime and see who does this in my town... But if any of you can give me some info, that would be easier. I'll be walking into a low rider shop more than likely, but I want to be armed with info, so if I get them do do the job, I get a deal. Question? Anybody? Lower center of gravity means better cornering, thus better handling. Lower isn't always practical, so I see this as an improvement that's desirable. I've also scraped speed bumps. Hasn't everybody? I researched this on this BB and didn't find any hits or results. But somebody has intel on this subject and I'd like to hear about it..., wouldn't everybody?