ICON Vehicle Dynamics is known for its extensive research and development put into every product; the revolutionary outcome of this research is what sets ICON apart from the off-road industry standard. The Ford SVT Raptor was the first production truck, designed & built, to bridge the gap between a standard street “pickup truck” and an off-road pre-runner. ICON Vehicle Dynamics new 3.0 Performance Coil-Over Shocks for the SVT Raptor were rigorously tested both on- and off-road for several months to enhance the overall performance and ride quality. The engineers at ICON Vehicle Dynamics took a different approach to position sensitive performance in our 3.0 front coil over shock. Instead of bypassing a small internal piston at the cost of poor control, road holding, and cornering like a traditional internal position sensitive shock, our shock starts with a true 3” main piston that has robust features such as digressive rebound and flutter stack compression. This combination produces outstanding control, great response, and unparalleled ride performance. To achieve even more control for extreme off-road use, we added an additional internal hydraulic system (much like an external mounted hydraulic bumpstop) that produces the extreme forces required during the last 40% of travel to achieve maximum bottom out control. These multiple stages of compression and rebound have been tuned independently to maximize overall performance of the Ford SVT Raptor front suspension. For owners who wish to optimize the ride specific to his or her liking, the front coil-over shocks are equipped with an external, “Easy to Adjust” Compression Damping Control Valve, that is effective for the entire stroke of the shock. This compression adjustment valve offers you 10 high resolution settings, each bringing a true feel difference from soft to firm. Key Features: - 3.0 OEM Replacement Remote Reservoir Compression Adjustable Front Coil Over Shocks - Internal Hydraulic Bump Zone Designed for Maximum G-out Control in the Last 40% of Travel - Easy-to-Adjust High Resolution Compression Adjuster Offers Fine Tuning Adjustments For All Types of Terrains - Direct Bolt in to OEM Location and Optimum Reservoir Positioning for Superb Heat Dissipation and protection - Nitrogen Charged 6063-T832 Aluminum 10” Remote Reservoirs that are Precision CNC Honed & Hard Anodized - Adjustable Ride Height from 1 – 3.5” of Lift - ICON Engineered Eibach 3 5/8” ID High Quality Chrome Silicon Steel Springs that offer increased travel and performance - Multi Stage Cad Plated Finish with Polished and Anodized Top Cap / Rod Ends - Com 12 Teflon Lined Bearings Ensure Maximum Strength and Durability - Oversized 1” Heavy Duty CNC Machined Shock Shafts - Extended Droop Travel and Increased Overall Performance on and off road A few Pros to using an ICON Ford Raptor 3.0 Coil Over shock: - Hi Resolution Compression Adjuster - Fine tuning external adjust ability to dial in the ride for your specific needs. Also is a Anti-Cavitation valve. - Full size actual 3” piston - This is the main piston that operates the entire stroke of the shock - Position sensitive - Translation to the ICON Coil Over - An additional internal bump zone for the last 3” of travel to control bottoming and kicking. This bump zone is split into (2) 1.5” zones, and when combined with the damping of the main piston, you have 3 zones in both compression and rebound all with unique characteristics appropriate for the range of travel the shock is in. - Unlike an internal or even most external bypass shocks that start with overly stiff piston valving, then "defeat" the piston by "Bypassing" fluid through a hole or pop off valve, the ICON system creates position sensitive control by adding piston area when force is needed rather than subtracting from an overworked small piston to make ride tolerable. In bottoming zones the ICON system has 119% more working piston area than an internal bypass and 49% more in the ride zone - Digressive rebound - The main 3” piston incorporates digressive piston geometry. This allows the shocks to have better low speed control without compromising high speed flow. this creates better stability in a fast lane change type of maneuver and quicker chassis recovery from large hits.