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    Legend REVO-ARC Shocks Now Available at Iron Aces

    Have you seen the newest REVO coil-over shock shock in the Legend Suspension line-up? Welcome REVO-ARC Remote Reservoir Shocks. Featuring adjustable compression and rebound (7 settings each) and hand-adjustable pre-load, REVO-ARC shocks are certain to be the ultimate choice for riders looking for full adjustability and an ultra plush ride.

    Click below to learn more and as always, feel free to email me at lindsey @ ironacesspeedshop.com (no spaces before / after @ symbol) for more information.

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    Thanks for the info! Iím hoping to replace my rear shocks soon and have been trying to get some information as to what to do for this upgrade. Other than, it will feel better, how do these shocks compare to the Rev A? In other words, what do I get from these shocks that I wonít get otherwise? Iím trying to get quantifiable/measurable data to help me select the right product.


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    Quote Originally Posted by yegg View Post
    Thanks for the info! I’m hoping to replace my rear shocks soon and have been trying to get some information as to what to do for this upgrade. Other than, it will feel better, how do these shocks compare to the Rev A? In other words, what do I get from these shocks that I won’t get otherwise? I’m trying to get quantifiable/measurable data to help me select the right product.
    The most glaring difference between the REVO-A shocks and the new REVO-ARC shocks is how adjustable they are. With the REVO-As you are able to adjust pre-load and rebound while with the REVO-ARC shocks you are able to fine-tune both pre-load and rebound PLUS compression. The ability to adjust both the compression and the rebound allows for a more "finely-tuned" ride based on the bikes current set-up and personal riding style.

    In my opinion, regardless of which style of REVO shock you decided to go with one thing is for certain, they'll ride considerably better than OE, hands down. However, just how "plush" you want the ride to be will ultimately depend on how involved you want to be with fine-tuning aspects the shock and your overall budget.

    Hope this helps!!

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    Lindsey Trausch
    www.IronAcesSpeedShop.com

    '10 Street Glide
    - Iron Aces Street Glide Mount
    - RC Components Nitro Wheels - 21x3.5" / 18x5.5"
    - Klock Werks FLARE Windshield
    - Klock Werks Curvaceous Dash
    - Jac-Knife Highway Pegs
    - Battistini Wireframe Brake / Shifter Levers
    - Arlen Ness Modular Bagger Apes
    - Arlen Ness RAD III Hand Controls
    - Corbin Gunfighter Seat

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