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Looking for the Perfect Shock Absorbers?

  1. 3S - Magneto-rheological (MR) Dampers: These advanced shock absorbers use a magnetorheological fluid, which changes viscosity in response to magnetic fields. This allows for real-time adjustment of the damping level, providing a dynamic and responsive ride quality. Ideal for high-performance and luxury vehicles where adaptability and comfort are paramount.

  2. 2S - CDC (Continuous Damping Control) Shock Absorbers without Active Control: These dampers offer continuous damping control but lack active electronic control systems. They automatically adjust the damping force based on road conditions and driving dynamics, offering a balance of comfort and stability.

  3. 7S - Controlled Active Dampers: These are high-end shock absorbers with active control systems. They use sensors and electronic controls to adapt the damping force in real-time, offering the ultimate in ride comfort and handling performance. Suitable for premium vehicles where maximum control and adaptability are desired.

  4. 1S Non-Electric" Variants: being entirely mechanical.

How do I know what vehicle type and model I have?

  1. Vehicle Registration Document: This is a reliable source of information. Your vehicle registration or title will list the make, model, year, and other details about your car.

  2. Owner's Manual: The manual that came with your vehicle will have all the specifics about your car model and its features.

  3. Vehicle Identification Number (VIN): You can find your car's VIN on the dashboard on the driver's side (visible through the windshield), on the driver's side door frame, or in the engine bay. The VIN can be used to look up detailed information about your car, including the model, year, engine type, and more.

  4. Insurance Documents: Your insurance policy will have details about your car's make and model.

  5. Look for Branding on the Car: Often, the car model is written on the back of the vehicle.

  6. Dealerships or Mechanic: If you're still unsure, a visit to a dealership or a trusted mechanic can quickly provide you with this information.

How do we determine which shock absorber is suitable for a particular car?

Certain shocks are specifically designed for particular car models or types. It's important to match the shock absorber to the vehicle's specifications.

For MR Shocks (3S): Your car must already be equipped with an MR system or be capable of integrating with one. Check your vehicle's specifications or consult with a dealership or mechanic to confirm if your car supports MR technology.

What's the difference between 7S and 2S air shocks?

Adjustability and Control:

  • 7S Shocks (Adjustable): These are typically high-end, actively controlled shock absorbers. They often feature advanced systems allowing real-time adjustments to the damping force, which can be automatically regulated based on driving conditions or manually controlled by the driver. Suitable for drivers who want the ultimate control over their vehicle's handling and comfort.
  • 2S Shocks (Non-Adjustable): These are usually more traditional, passive shock absorbers. They provide a fixed level of damping without the ability for real-time adjustments. Designed for consistent performance, they're ideal for everyday driving and those who prefer a maintenance-free, reliable setup.

Can you use 7S (adjustable) and 2S (non-adjustable) air shocks interchangeably?

If the car model is the same and both types of shocks (7S adjustable and 2S non-adjustable) are designed to fit that model, technically, you can use them interchangeably.

What does it mean when a 1S shock doesn't have electrical components?

A non-electric, purely mechanical shock absorber typically has the following characteristics:

  1. Mechanical Damping Mechanism: These shocks use a combination of springs and hydraulic fluid to absorb impacts from the road. When the vehicle encounters bumps or potholes, the mechanical parts within the shock absorber compress and decompress to cushion the ride.

  2. No Electronic Adjustability: Unlike electronic or adaptive shocks, mechanical shocks do not offer the ability to adjust the damping level with the push of a button. Their damping characteristics are set during manufacturing and remain consistent throughout their use.

  3. Simplicity and Reliability: Due to their straightforward design, mechanical shocks are often more reliable and easier to maintain. They have fewer components that can fail compared to their electronic counterparts.

  4. Consistent Performance: The performance of these shocks remains constant over time. They do not adapt to changing road conditions or driving styles, providing a consistent type of ride.

  5. Cost-Effectiveness: Generally, non-electric shock absorbers are less expensive than electronic ones, both in initial cost and in maintenance.

We are actively engaged in the development and enhancement of our entire range of shock absorbers. Please note that not all types of shocks may be available at this moment. Rest assured, we are continuously updating our inventory to meet your needs and provide you with the best possible options. Stay tuned for the latest updates and thank you for your understanding and support!




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