Here is the inner shaft (left side) that controls the shaft jet. It is located inside the
Whats inside your shocks and what can you do with them to help your race cars handling on the track? To get a look inside and see what is going on, Circle Track went to Crenshaw Motorsports crew chief Bruce Jones to get some help.
Jones runs 2Qwik shocks and didnt hesitate in tearing one apart to explain how they work and what adjustments can be made to help with handling problems. After Jones opened the shock, it was obvious how simple it was. The main components consist of only a few parts, but these work together to create a shock that delivers control and performance. Inside there is a main shaft, piston, and shims to control the flow of rebound and compression, as well as a rebound stack.
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