Racing shocks and springs are a component of a vehicle that novice and beginner racers often have a lot of questions about. They’re fully aware that shock adjustments and selecting the proper shock from the very get-go is vitally important to the performance and consistency of their race car. And like many other things, one can learn a lot simply by doing. But if you want to know more before you try something, you need a resource that provides that basic information.
The folks at QA1, one of the most recent additions to the Power Automedia network, have provided just that on their website in the form of a Drag Race and Street FAQ section devoted to — you guessed it — suspension questions regarding drag racing and street applications.
This FAQ aims to answer some of the most common questions that current or potential customers might ask, from how many adjustments QA1 shocks have, how one can adjust their ride quality, an explanation of spring rate, the difference between shock ride height and chassis ride height, and much more. It’s all of course laid out in an easy to use, easy to understand format. And if you questions beyond the FAQ page, no doubt the QA1 customer service staff will get the answer to your questions in your hands.
QA1, also a strong player in the dirt track and oval market, offers a Circle Track FAQ, as well.
For more information on QA1 and their product lineup, which includes everything one would need for their racing or street suspension systems, log on to qa1.net.