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I love me some coilovers so this will probably be a mod that I will consider right away if the Slingshot doesn't come with them in standard trim. For one they would help with high performance driving, but secondly because it would be cool to get it slammed down to the ground :cool:
 

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And I'm sure it would aid in the ability to go really fast around blind corners ;)
 

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Yeah I guess there is nothing else to hold the rear end up when the whole tire drops into a hole :)
 

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I suppose Ohlins is out of the question as standard gear... Hell, I'd be happy with just a decent adjustable WP setup for the commuter stuff, sure it'll work just fine for that after-work-steam-relief rides, until I can afford the Ohlins, that is... :D
 

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I'm sure we will be working on an Ohlins fitment just as soon as we get some Slingshots into our members hands. I for one want to tune the rear shock to give me as much traction as possible.
 

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I was again, looking through the schematics and it looks like the front and rears will be adjustable.
 

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I love me some coilovers so this will probably be a mod that I will consider right away if the Slingshot doesn't come with them in standard trim. For one they would help with high performance driving, but secondly because it would be cool to get it slammed down to the ground :cool:
 

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Sounds like I'm on the right forum, I plan on adding a super charger with a extra 100hp. increase. The bike is very heavy and hope it will be what I want. So far everyone that I had asked about the increase power and handeling effects including Polaris is in the dark. I know that this is a new bike and no modifications so far. Modifications should be tested and then we know that it doesn't effect our safety and handeling conditions. The 1 thing that will determine purchasing this is more power due to the weight of over 1700lbs. This is no light trike.
 

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I want to revalve the shocks and make sure that is sprung for my weight correctly
New shocks will go a long way I believe. I imagine the stock ones are a bit on the cheaper side and are the chief engineer confirmed they are not adjustable in any way.
 

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New shocks will go a long way I believe. I imagine the stock ones are a bit on the cheaper side and are the chief engineer confirmed they are not adjustable in any way.
I don't know if the SS can receive Elka ajustable suspension like this one!?
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The stock shocks are NOT adjustable. So aftermarket is the way to go...

SlingshotForums.com Do the stock shocks have any adjustments?
James No, the shocks are not adjustable.
 

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That is called: stupidity
And so are all the people that lower their cars to the point that is non funtional
 
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