I have a permanent sport suspension... which I love except for times I have to go over any speedbump or leave a parking lot... PASM is something that's been on my list for a long time.
So I did a little research, and it doesn't look like there are all that many parts for the PASM option (I475) on 987.1 Boxsters. It looks like a few suspension components and the computer. I can't find anything related to wiring harness (except for a wiring harness repair kit), and I assume DME needs some coaxing.
Has anyone retrofitted PASM to a non-PASM car? What would it take to get one of these DSCs into a non-PASM car? I'd have to be able to manually control the thing so that I could raise it when needed. I know that billstein makes an aftermarket electronically controlled kit, but I'd love the finish like a factory button (and frankly, the performance of the DSC would be a nice upgrade).
We do have our Standalone DSC unit that is designed for non-PASM cars. We have installed several of these. Once having the Bilstein PASM shocks installed in the car, we have the PASM harness, accelerometer kit with harness and the DSC box all ready to go for you.