Walker Evans Racing (WER) has Velocity Series 2. 5 shocks with cross-overs for the dual-rate springs, which will cost around $3600.VS2 shocks have lower-posi-
tioned piggybacks for better damping control, five-staged internal needle valves for bottom-out control, dual-speed compression adjusters, Eibach dual-rate springs
with cross-overs, 7/8-inch steel shafts and hard-anodized components. Call (888) WEE-RACE. Dasa Racing claims a 10-percent horsepower gain and 8-pound
weight loss with its full exhaust system featuring equal-length stepped head pipes, true three-into-one merge and aluminum muffler.
Cross-grain desert terrain reveals the over-damping in the exclusive Fox 2. 5 Podium RC2 shocks, so Shock
Therapy is machining new DSC hardware that allows much more oil to flow through the compression
adjuster into the massive piggyback reservoirs. ST is also developing a much stiffer front torsion bar and
lighter rear to help it hook up while floating over desert chop.
Shock Therapy has several levels of dual-rate spring
and cross-over ring kits for the YXZ, from a Level 2
with upper rear springs and cross-over working with
the stock rear spring to Level 4 with 8 ST springs
and 4 ST silent cross-overs (shown). In between,
there is a six-spring, four-cross-over Level 3 kit
that uses only the stock rear springs. Prices for the
Yamaha haven’t been finalized, but RZR Levels 2–4
are $399.70–$1,049.40. Shock Therapy is at (623)
217-4959 and www.shocktherapyst.com.