QA1's 82 Series shock is just like the large body twin tubes, but smaller. Every internal component is of the same design as the large body shocks, just scaled down. The 1-5/8" outside body diameter allows these shocks to fit where large bodies cannot fit. !
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Incorporates dual bleed circuits for standard or custom valvings, including extreme split valvings.
Tuneable to standard or custom valvings.
QA1 uses a premium proprietary blend of specially engineered oil to prevent fade.
Precision surface eliminates piston rod flex, increasing valving consistency.
Damping curve allows for complete control of suspension at low shaft speeds without creating extreme forces at high shaft velocities.
The outer tube can get dented without binding the shock.
Over 10% lighter than the market leader's small body aluminum shocks! 40% lighter than full size shocks! Forged 6061-T6 aerospace quality aluminum, machined for longevity and strength.
Can be mounted upside down with no change in rate to reduce unsprung weight.
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