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Here is some video we shot today. This is the second round of testing on the new dasaracing.com long travel max clearance teryx kit. The kit has been in the development stages for the past 10 months nad as you can see THIS KIT WORKS. This 2010 teryx has Dasa pipes, Dasa intake, MSD ignition with DASA maps, hiper carbon fiber beadlocks, cage by Magnum off-road, Walker Evans shocks, Baja Designs lights, K2 concepts carbon fiber headlight buckets and grill. This car has a top speed of about 65MPH and is hitting the big whoops at 58 - 65 MPH in the video ...............


 

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that is very impressive. it soaks up the whoops and the choppy stuff real well and didn't bottom out on the jump. did you adjust compression for the jumps or were the shocks left at the same setting once they were dialed in?

what i'm most impressed about is the cornering, it appeared there was very little body roll especially for the size of that machine. good job fellas.
 

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that is very impressive. it soaks up the whoops and the choppy stuff real well and didn't bottom out on the jump.
Thanks .... we have alot of time in the design of this kit to get get leverage ratios.

did you adjust compression for the jumps or were the shocks left at the same setting once they were dialed in?
We left them at the same settings.

what i'm most impressed about is the cornering, it appeared there was very little body roll especially for the size of that machine. good job fellas.
Yeah ..... and it will get even better once we dual rate it. :rock:
 

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Looking good! You can definitely tell you did some adjusting between the first test and the second test! Looks just about perfect!
 

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Yes we did .... it worked very good the first time out and even better the second time. We have the valving figured out now. Next is to get the spring package dialed in.
 
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