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post #46 of 48 Old June 14th, 2019, 09:59 AM
 
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I ride in the Arizona desert and mountains. We try to mostly ride tough technical trails and rock and boulder crawl. When my wife is with me we mostly ride just forest service roads and trails that are not to rough. I made an edit to my post so you might want to re read it. I was asked by ADS to not give out specifics but here is what basically was done. All the shocks were taken apart cleaned and re-valved. Some internal modifications were made and oil is replaced with their synthetic oil. All 4 shocks were modified to add a schrader valve on the bottom of the reservoir so nitrogen changes can be made quickly and easily. Eibach springs were used and all of the lower and upper springs were replaced. Crossover rings were added to all 4 shocks.
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I ride in the Arizona desert and mountains. We try to mostly ride tough technical trails and rock and boulder crawl. When my wife is with me we mostly ride just forest service roads and trails that are not to rough. I made an edit to my post so you might want to re read it. I was asked by ADS to not give out specifics but here is what basically was done. All the shocks were taken apart cleaned and re-valved. Some internal modifications were made and oil is replaced with their synthetic oil. All 4 shocks were modified to add a schrader valve on the bottom of the reservoir so nitrogen changes can be made quickly and easily. Eibach springs were used and all of the lower and upper springs were replaced. Crossover rings were added to all 4 shocks.
Do you have the Dynamix suspension on your RZR? If so, how did that come into play with what ADS did? I live in AZ and have ADS on my buggy/Jeep as well as my truck - love what they do. I wasn't sure if I'd work with them on my RZR through because of the Dynamix technology. Maybe I'll give them a call.
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Yes I have the Dynamix suspension on my Turbo S. Working on the shocks did not effect how the Dynamix works. In fact it makes the shocks work much better.
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