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Tokico D-Spec Series Adjustable Shock Absorber/Strut Set INFINITI G35

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Part #: DSP-7
Notes: D-Spec Series Adjustable Shock Absorber/Strut Set
MSRP: $1,101.44
Your Price: $709.03
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All Fitments

Year Model SubModel Cylinders Liter Aspiration Eng Desg. Fuel Notes
2003 - 2006 G35 ALL ALL ALL ALL ALL ALL RWD; Excl Sport Suspension

Product Description

Tokico’s D-Spec Series adjustable shock is a multi-use product that’s the result of sophisticated piston and valving design. In addition, it utilizes a unique variable-aperture bypass, which is controlled by an adjustable slide valve.

D-Spec (damping specific) adjustments change both rebound and compression damping simultaneously. Between maximum soft and hard settings, the D-Spec is infinitely adjustable.

Tokico D-Spec shocks and struts kits are sold in matched sets of four. Each set includes a manual explaining the adjustment process as well as covering suspension tuning tips.

Product Reviews

Better than expected, Tuesday, August 3, 2010

Adjustability is amazing. I’ve been fiddling with the setup and am impressed at how I can really dial in the exact feel I want.

Also, a couple of points for the DIYers out there.

1) rear end is easy. No worries.
2) front end, make sure both wheels are off the ground. If you try to do one side at a time the lower steering stabalizer will be torqued and won’t let you remove the bolt connecting the lower control arm, which is necessary to drop the assemply low enough to remove and install the new strut.
3) make sure you loosen the main top nut of the strut a little while it’s still on the vehicle. If you don’t, and the nut is overly tight or stuck, you will have significant troubles taking off the nut because of the design of the upper housing.
4) when installing the nut on the new struts, be very careful not to flaw the threads with vise grips or whatever you use to hold the piston in place. You will have troubles installing the protective cap if your flaw the threads.