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'22 LTX GT EPS has same shocks as lowered Thundercat/SRX?

Phatboyc

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I just noticed, LTX GT EPS has same black dual rate springs as lowered Thundercat? I count 11 coils so same spring height as an SRX or Thundercat?

Was it to lower just the front to add ski pressure/bite since it doesn't mater anymore due to EPS? I doubt they would lower the back too otherwise what's the point of SRX.

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jonlafon1

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Cant imagine doing just the front lower? I'm betting the rear on the sled you pictured has the lowered torsion springs.. Or shall I say torsion springs that are "clocked" differently. ALL THE SIDEWINDERS should be running the springs and torsions for a slightly lowered ride!
 

justinator

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My xtx has the srx springs in the front and stock torsions in the rear and all is good. No different really than taking a bunch of preload out of the stock springs minus you dont get the excess body roll with the srx springs
 


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