Originally Posted by Raptor0206 View Post
All I can say is bypass shocks are pretty cool! I've never worked with them before cause they're outta my price range. I felt like we got lucky on the valving cause I thought we were pretty close right off the bat last sunday out with it. Well, $250 to have a dude turn a couple screws and the truck is way more controlable, smoother, and just all around better. Puts power down to the ground much better and it's just way more predictable without ever actually taking the shocks apart or even off the truck today in the dirt.
After the tuning guy left we proceeded to beat the living piss out of it and SOLID is still the best way to describe this thing. The videos don't do it justice at all IMO, you just have to ride in it to get a true idea. And speaking of that, I need to verify but if anyone can make it out this Friday I think it's gonna kinda be our video/photo/give friends ride kinda day. Will mostly be Jason, the owner, driving it cause I want him to get as much seat time as possible. I'm doubt he wants literally a crowd but being a workday I'm guessing not everyone and their mother will be able to show anyways. I'll need to clear it with him...
I'm uploading a video right now. LoRes again cause my computer sucks. Jason will be taking all the footage from today, last weekend and this upcoming thurs and friday and be putting something together in full HD. I'll post what I'm loading now later tonight though. It's got some cool angles, in car, front and rear suspension, out the back, etc... One thing to notice, on the incar stuff that I'll post, notice how straight the steering wheel stays and how little I'm having to fight it. Watching it on the big screen here at my house in high def you can see 58 on the GPS and it might not look it but some of the holes are almost waist deep that we're running thru. Come out next friday and see for yourself if you doubt it... LOL