Carver Performance is moving. Our new location is located at 803 11th St NW, Fosston, MN 56542. Carver Performance is your shock and suspension experts. We are Fox Specialists, but also work on KYB, Walker Evans, Ohlins, ACT and GYTR Shocks. We carry new Fox shocks, as well as parts for all major shock brands. His opinion was that a large bore is required in order to provide flexible, comfortably riding shock valving for a heavy vehicle. My interpretation and understanding is that when typical "flexible washer based" shock valving is used, a large bore shock is essential if you want to provide decent ride quality. For the most part, these numbers correlate to a range of pounds of force resistance at a specific shock piston speed of X inches per second. These were often expressed with just 2 numbers, the first number being compression and the second being rebound. If you had a straight 5 ... it was considered a 5 on compression & a 5 on rebound. *For custom valving consultations, please briefly describe your vehicle and application above. Once the order is received, we will request additional information and contact you for a one-on-one consultation to confirm the specifications and shock valving for your application.
Universal Chrome Aluminum Coil Over Shocks Adjustable Valving 300lb Street Rod. $339.95. Free shipping . ... Please enter a number less than or equal to 6. The IFP eliminates oil aeration allowing maximum performance from the factory-tuned precision valving. The race developed high flow damping piston matched with application specific valving provides the Performance Series 2.0 IFP shock a predicable ride quality capable of handling the roughest road conditions.
Jan 14, 2018 · In this video I make some valve changes to the rear shocks on the Baja and show you how to do it. Skip navigation Sign in. ... Offroad Shock Tuning (Valving Fox Shocks) Doug Bug. Loading... Leaf Sprung, Front Axle. If you have a leaf spring, solid front axle with the shackles mounted in the rear, your shock absorbers should be mounted as far outboard as possible, but with a slight lean to the rear (About 1 to 2 degrees of rearward rake for every 2 inches of lift above stock, compounded geometrically). On the bottom cap, where the shaft enters the shock, Fox will usually stamp what valving they put inside the shock. For example 50/70 which is #50 compression and #70 rebound. Any time you revalve your shock, it's a good idea to replace the stover nut. Shims with a 0.504" inside diameter are for Fox 2.0, 2.5 and some 3.0 shocks.
These shocks are a twin tube design and have a solid piston on the shock shaft. To get to this point in the installation see the BFRC shock rebuild instructions ClickHere. DVS Setup Sheet - If you haven't already, go to DVS Valving Search, insert your Access Code, and rider data and print your DVS Setup Sheet. Click on the images to enlarge.
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The shock valving number only describes the 3 inches/second number…nothing else. This number really has to be taken with a grain of salt because it totally ignores everything else about the shock dampening curve.
I'm not long travel but I'm using 2.5x14 remote resi shocks and I think the valving is a little firm for mobbing through the dezert. Currently I'm running a pyramid stack of .015 thickness shims. I'd say the rear is about 20% more firm than the front Icons I have. Just curious if anyone has a valving spec that has really worked well for them.
Jun 01, 2002 · Shock Absorber - Shock Dyno - Reading Between The Lines When It Comes To Keeping All Four Tires Planted On The Ground, Don’t Just Depend On A Valving Number. Answer: A: This Race Tech Gold Shock Valve Kit would be for the shock only. For the forks you would need a Race Tech Gold Fork Valve Kit. For the forks you would need a Race Tech Gold Fork Valve Kit. Feel free to give us a call at 888-676-8853 and we would be happy to help you out with your order.
Our 30 series shock is a single adjustable mono-tube design that can be used on Asphalt or Dirt Applications. There are four distinct rebound adjustments that allow you to adjust the shock to suit your needs, chassis setup and track conditions. Bilstein 36mm Universal Motorsports Struts What do those valving numbers mean? The number format is as follows, Rebound/Compression in newtons of force at .5 m/s divided by 10. An example of this would be: 380/180 Valving is 3800 newtons of Rebound force and 1800 newtons of Compression force at a shaft speed of .5 meters per second. Even the best race teams WITH that information as well as logs of data from previous seasons etc. still change shock valving often. What you need is a set of adj. shocks with a wide range and the time and place to test and tune until the truck works the way you want it to. Then you can have the shocks dynoed to get your numbers.
Nov 13, 2011 · Shock shaft speeds. The mid speed area is usually the three to ten inches per second area. I think the six inch per second number is becoming the industry standard when people talk shocks, although there is no hard fast rule. Always ask what speed people are dynoing at if they are talking generally about force numbers. Re: rally valving for Bilsteins Post by Geoff » Thu Jun 26, 2008 2:09 pm I've run 3 different shock vavlings on the front of my car but I've only run the same valving on both front corners for a few events.