All shocks are custom built to order, please allow 3-5 weeks for shocks to be built and shipped from Canada.
**Please list your rider weight, type/speed of riding and A arm brand in notes at checkout
If you have any questions at all that aren't covered in the info below, please email email@example.com and we'd be happy to answer any questions you have.
Based in Canada and founded in 1983, Stadium Suspension has been involved in the evolution of the sport at the highest level of competition in several countries. We have been working since the with top racers, engineers, manufacturers, team managers and riders to develop a complete line of product and services. Without a doubt, Stadium Suspension products will bring you faster lap times and a more enjoyable day of riding.
Stadium Suspension offers shocks for all makes of a-arms, linkages and swing arm configurations. These shocks have contributed to the winning of many championships in many disciplines year after year.
From recreational riding to top level competition, we have a model for your needs and budget. No shock is built an advance, every shock is custom designed and assembled for each customer's quad, components, weight, skill and application.
Stadium Suspension Racing Shock Features:
-Black chrome, hard treated chromoly alloy steel bodies.
-Hard Chrome treated shafts.
-Billet machined parts to precise tolerances.
-Thermostatic system. Regulating oil flow compensating for operating temperature changes. Providing a constant damping in extreme conditions.
-VRDS (velocity reaction damping system) compression damping system. This allows to minimise mechanical transfer on hard hits. Resulting in plusher, more precise riding and less physical fatigue. This compression adjustment system provides you one of the widest range in the industry. (single adj. or high/low speed adjustment)
-Rebound damping adjustability with one of the widest ranges in the industry.
-Length adjustability (+-10mm) and reservoir angle adjustment.(piggyback models)
Quad Squad can also do any necessary repair, service or setup work and keep a range of spare parts in stock.