Previously, the mis-matched set of front valves had been floating in the engine compartment, which became cluttered, unorganized, and not user-friendly at all. These valves were swapped out for the front set of Digital Stealth Valves, mounted on the frame rails under the truck's doors. Returning back to the dual-port Slam bags up front, I decided that the next best thing to do was to make the truck dual lift in front. To do this, two additional GC Extreme 450 valves were wired to the fast front lifts of the Digital Stealth Valves, so that hitting the front up on the fast setting would activate four 3/4" valves (two valves pushing air through two lines into each front bag). Necessary? Not really. Overkill? Perhaps. Awesome? Absolutely.
Clean Slam Specialties wiring harnesses linked the Digital Stealth Valves in front and back to a central box located inside the bed. Controlling the motions of this 18-valve setup (4+2 fast lifts, 4 fast dumps, 4 slow lifts, 4 slow dumps), was made easy through though the Digital Stealth Controller.