Trent, Your shock is off the Dyno today and has the adjuster ring installed. Thank you! * oops, we just got your new note on the luggage weight recalculation; we will put your shock to the side until the new spring shipment arrives.*
canuckAME, I would prefer this to be answered by a customer who has installed the kit themselves but till then, we sell about 1 in 20 of our upgrades to customers installing their own or taking the shock to a local suspension shop. If you are familiar with servicing and repairing shocks these are really easy to do. If you are not, we do not recommend you do the installation.
The price on these is going to go up but we have now added some additional parts to make the self installation to be simpler as the shaft kit is totally ready to go, pull out the old shaft, piston, seal head assembly and drop in the cogent kit. The work will be the same as doing a simple service on your shock. You need shock oil, a seal head push down tool and a nitrogen fill along with the knowledge of doing the work and bleeding the shock. If you send the shock here you pay around $100 for the work, oil and a dyno test of the result.
Cogent Dynamics Inc.
NC Rick screwed with this post 02-08-2013 at 12:19 PM