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Thrilled to announce that our new 2-way adjustable coilover system for the Polaris Slingshot is now live on our site available for Pre-order! These are not another rebranded shock with a new name and are a Rev Dynamics exclusive. If you are ready for a huge improvement in ride quality, handling, comfort, and a great product 100% made in the USA these are for you. They are available in two versions and also feature a million and one mile warranty!

We worked with Ridetech to put these together specifically for the Slingshot and have gotten some great feedback from people that have also tested them out for us. We have red, black, and blue available now.

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ugh...site is blocked at work for some reason. What is the cost on this?
 

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For those who are not familiar with suspensions if you need a comparison to something available, these would be comparable to JRI Two way adjustable ($1899) so if the specs are accurate and perform as expected these are a really good price for what is the top of the line coilovers level.

PS. I don't have these nor have I seen them, my hypothesis is based on the data and that alone.
 

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For those who are not familiar with suspensions if you need a comparison to something available, these would be comparable to JRI Two way adjustable ($1899) so if the specs are accurate and perform as expected these are a really good price for what is the top of the line coilovers level.

PS. I don't have these nor have I seen them, my hypothesis is based on the data and that alone.
Appreciate the comment and you are correct. Just had one of our customers swap out there 2-way Jri shocks out for these and they were thrilled at the change ours made. Made me really happy because I know how much everyone likes the Jri shocks. Have heard a lot of great things about them as well.
 

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Correct me if I’m wrong but aren’t these the Chinese shocks you see for sale on EBay?
Definitely have to correct you on that! They are 100% Made in the USA. Ridetech easily one of the best names in shocks and are used by a ton of top tier shops. They are not a copy shock or a copy of a copy like some even. They also have a million and one mile warranty on them that is even transferable.
 

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My apologies. Wasn’t trying to flame. The shocks on EBay look very similar. Plenty of good products come from China. Just wanted to try and find spring rate info and damper info.


Are you assembling them yourself? Any info on shim stack or rebound diameter? What Kg spring did you guys use? Are they setup for touring or more sport oriented driving? The bottom of the spring seat says FOX. Are they tuned Fox shocks?

It’s great to have more options. If you have more info I’d greatly appreciate it. I have the Bilstein’s but they’re not super adjustable and not setup for autocross/track use. Would be great to have another fully adjustable option alongside JRi
 

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shane liberty, post: My apologies. Wasn’t trying to flame. The shocks on EBay look very similar. Plenty of good products come from China. Just wanted to try and find spring rate info and damper info.

No problem that's a good questions and a big difference so I definitely wanted to clear that up. Apologize for the delay I didn't notice your response post.

Are you assembling them yourself? Any info on shim stack or rebound diameter? What Kg spring did you guys use? Are they setup for touring or more sport oriented driving? The bottom of the spring seat says FOX. Are they tuned Fox shocks?

Ridetech makes the components and we assemble the shocks in house so they are ready to bolt on out of the box. We have a set geared more for sport and a set geared more for comfort. They are fox tuned shocks!

It’s great to have more options. If you have more info I’d greatly appreciate it. I have the Bilstein’s but they’re not super adjustable and not setup for autocross/track use. Would be great to have another fully adjustable option alongside JRi

One of our first customers upgraded from the JRi two way adjustable to these are were thrilled with the ride these gave. I was really hoping they would be as I know that is a great shock as well. I will say I have seen quite a bit of those leak and the warranty on ours is much better at a million and one miles.
 
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