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Little Tire Traction—Part I » DR-1105-FRAME-15-KS

We set the compression adjuster to full soft (full counterclockwise) position. Tnhe shock will be easy to compress, and the car will droop at the back (very conservative start setting). At this point, we can tune the car for various drag strip conditions. When the car is set-up for street use, it’s easy to turn both adjusters (rebound and compression) to four or five clicks back from full hard. If there’s a need to firm up the handling for some reason, just turn both of the adjuster knobs clockwise. It's not necessary to remove the shocks from the car for adjustment. Simply crawl underneath and twist knobs—no tools required.

We set the compression adjuster to full soft (full counterclockwise) position. Tnhe shock will be easy to compress, and the car will droop at the back (very conservative start setting). At this point, we can tune the car for various drag strip conditions. When the car is set-up for street use, it’s easy to turn both adjusters (rebound and compression) to four or five clicks back from full hard. If there’s a need to firm up the handling for some reason, just turn both of the adjuster knobs clockwise. It’s not necessary to remove the shocks from the car for adjustment. Simply crawl underneath and twist knobs—no tools required.


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