QA1 DD701 Proma Star Coil-Over Shock, 19.500/13.000 Ext/Comp
Universal Fit, 16.50" Mounted Length, Double Adjustable Shock Adjustability, 7.00 Shock Stroke
- Features independent compression and rebound adjustment
- They are revalvable and rebuildable by the QA1 factory or QA1 authorized service centers
- Features a precision machined aluminum piston with PTFE piston band
- Compressed length measures 13" and has an extended length of 19.5"
- These adjustable shocks have 324 valving options, with 18 positions of compression adjustment
QA1's double adjustable shocks have 324 valving options, with 18 positions of compression adjustment and 18 positions of rebound adjustment. There are no jumps when adjusting between any two clicks. Each adjustment has been carefully defined to provide the ideal force curve to maximize performance.
- Independent Compression and Rebound Adjustment
- Lightweight Aluminum
- Ride Height Adjustable
- Spring Mounting Hardware Included
- 100% Dyno Tested and Serialized
- Revalveable and Rebuildable by the QA1 Factory or QA1 Authorized Service Centers
- American Made
- Precision Machined Aluminum
- Piston with PTFE
- Centerless Ground, Hard Chrome Plated, Solid Piston Rod
- Three Step Sealing System
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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See how Jeff converts his 1967 Chevelle rear suspension to QA1 double adjustable coil-over suspension. This allows added adjustability for ride height and compression and rebound characteristics.
We add some tuneability to the suspension on Project Chevelle by bolting on QA1 coilovers front and rear.
Learn how to mount coil-overs with this guide. We can help you find your spring rate, compensate for mounted angle, and measure your replacement shock.