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  1. Ok I recently put a 220kdx motor in a 150 falcon. The suspension can't keep up with the motor so I need arms, shocks, and four lug spindles & hubs. Does anyone know of a aftermarket suspension for this quad or even a set of arms that will work off another manufacturers quad such as Honda, Kawasaki, Yamaha, or Suzuki? Please anybody who has any information would be a huge amount of help. Thanks in advance!
  2. Anyone have any suggestions for making my chasis any faster? The motor seems to be too fast for my suspension and me too! I refuse to waste money on Elka shocks/springs. Would like to go with Fox air shox. Also cant go wider than 48" in the front. Where should I start. Right now I have a factory suspension on the rear with a wide axle to 48". On the front I have factory 450r shocks and a steering stabilizer. Its still too bouncy for my taste Sent from my SGH-T989 using Xparent Blue Tapatalk 2
  3. I am wanting to go a different route then most people do when they own LTZ's. I am wanting to lift it but can NOT find a lift kit. I found a lift kit for a Ozark on highlifter.com Will this lift kit fit my 2005 LTZ-250 ? Thanks for any help, LTZRider
  4. What suspension setup would you recommend for long hours and fast trail riding. The stock suspension seems too unresponsive to be that hard of a ride. Replace the factory shocks or just get new ones. Not looking to spend 500 per shock nor will I ever run GNCC or MX Sent from my SGH-T959V using Tapatalk
  5. I was checking Ebay for things to buy my quad when I came accross suspension lowering links. My big question is why would anyone want to lower a quad? Im new to the quad game but tha doesnt make sense to me. Can anyone answer me that? Thanks, John in Vegas
  6. The King, Coilpass shock, is another prime example of King’s ability to conceive and build shocks to fit your application no matter what the design parameters are. The Coilpass shock is used as a primary suspension member to carry the weight of the vehicle and maintain ride height while providing precise adjustability and the high quality ride characteristics King is famous for. It gives you the More...
  7. Hydra-Jac Promises Faster, Easier Tire Changes Without Breaking Your BackFountain Valley, CA – October 2009: If you've ever tried to change a tire off-road using an ordinary jack, you know how frustrating and even dangerous the exercise can be. The emergency jack supplied with your vehicle is useless if you have a suspension lift. And that old-fashioned cast iron jack that you've been lugging More...
  8. DragonFire Racing has come out with a complete line of Polaris RZR 170 accessories that take the mini RZR to the next level. Suspension kits with Fox FLOAT AirShox, Wider Rear Axles, Cages, Seats, Seat Belts and Exhaust are now all part of the DragonFire RZR 170 Line up. With a full line-up of performance, safety and suspension components, you can now make your child's RZR 170 look like your RZR More...
  9. LoneStar Racing has completed the development of their Polaris RZR 170 long travel kit. The kit features front a-arms that are 3 inches wider per side and made of tig welded 4130 tubing for added strength.Rear wheel spacers or a new wider rear axle is available depending on budget and intended uses.The LSR long travel kit features 9.5” of travel using 15.25” long shock, with 4.75” of stroke. (2: More...
  10. How to Check the Suspension on a Polaris ATV | Expert Village Videos
  11. A SHOCKing Education for Motorsport Enthusiasts Fountain Valley, CA – October 2008: The high performance shock absorber specialists at Radflo Suspension Technology have just launched a new website geared towards racing competitors and serious automotive enthusiasts. The site offers a completely new, in-depth look at the company's extensive range of suspension damping solutions for all types of motorsport applications. Radflo's new website was designed to help consumers make sense of the technology behind professional racing shocks. Standard and optional features are demystified to help visitors identify the specifications that provide the greatest value. At a time when consumers are investing more wisely on performance improvements, expect to be pleasantly surprised by the company's competitive prices. In addition to the highly educational content, Radflo also offers media resources such as online press releases, racing news and a one-step subscription process to receive automatic news updates. So whether your vehicle of choice is an open-wheel race car, extreme rock crawler, unlimited trophy truck or even a bone stock SUV for cruising the streets, Radflo can build a set of shocks specifically matched to your terrain and performance requirements. For more information, visit Radflo's new website at www.radflo.com. About Radflo Radflo Suspension Technology proudly manufacturers and supplies competition grade suspension dampers and racing accessories for all types motorsport applications. The extensive range of Radflo Shock Absorbers includes non-coil, coil-over, OE replacement, bypass and air shocks. Radflo also offers hydraulic bump stops, steering dampers and the innovative Hydra-Jac. Professional drivers and race teams from around the globe rely on Radflo to provide championship winning performance and dependability. More...
  12. This 2008 RZR now handles the terrain much better than before with an upgraded suspension. Roll cage and seating modifications are safer for driving at the speed that the better suspension makes possible. More...
  13. The RZR now handles the terrain much better than before with the upgraded suspension. Roll cage and seating modifications are safer for driving at the speed that the better suspension makes possible. More...
  14. Anyone encounter Polaris suspension problems specifically in the utility lines? Struts falling apart after some good hits...

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