The Feal 442 system has been in development for years. There are many 2-way shocks out there, but few deliver the performance you would expect. Our Feal 442 kit yields a super wide spectrum of adjustability. The independent compression adjustment adjusts force at high and low shock shaft speeds simultaneously. This allows you to easily increase or decrease traction, as well as adjust bottoming resistance.
Separate damping adjustability for Rebound and Compression. Rebound adjustability does not change compression force so that you can fine tune the roll and rate of weight transfer. The huge range of compression adjustability is independent of rebound force. The compression adjustability will allow you to adjust for more or less traction and more or less suspension movement on the compression stroke.
Each 442 coilover system is hand built specifically to your vehicle and driving needs. The Feal 442 kit boasts:
Up to 25% more shock stroke than other brands
Custom valving at no extra charge
14 clicks of compression adjustment
30 clicks of rebound adjustment
External nitrogen reservoirs with swivel fittings
Japanese Swift springs
Assembled in house, U.S.A.
Rebuildable and revalvable in house, U.S.A.
Independent height adjustment
Teflon injected spherical bearing top mounts front and rear (MacPherson applications)
Aluminum top mounts
Camber adjustable front top mounts (MacPherson applications)
Slotted rear coilover mounting hole for camber adjustability (MacPherson applications)
Corrosion resistant coating + Anodized aluminum parts
igh quality low friction seals and rod guide bushings
High flow pistons (allows super high range of damping tuning)
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