We offer high quality service to any and all makes and models of jet skis and jet boats.  From basic maintenance to watercraft customizations, We have a solution for you.

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​​​Do you want to make your UTV perform the way it ought to be? Are you looking for a reliable service provider that will offer the best UTV suspension products and services in order to meet your unique need? ​

To get a good feel for the function of each adjustment and what can be gained or lost, first try an experiment; try turning an adjustment all the way out, go for a slow ride then turn the adjustment all the way in and take another slow ride. 

You'll realize characteristics that will inhibit or even be dangerous at fast or racing speeds. For instance, if you turn the compression knob all the way in you'll feel what too much damping is like and all the way you will feel what not enough is like. Turn the rebound all the way in to find out that your suspension will not spring back quickly and compression packing will occur. 

Turn it all the way out and your back end will not want to stay in touch with the ground and may even buck you off when landing from a jump. Start at one extreme and gradually work toward a comfortable setting. Go through the six adjustments above in order. Get it in the ball park on the first go around then start from step one again and fine tune everything. This may take half a day but once you are dialed in you can keep notes and make changes for different tracks and different conditions quickly without confusion.

Enjoy your ride!

Steve Piattoni

Adjust shock compression by finding the best compromise between hard landings and rough straights. Use the high speed adjustment to prevent bottoming on landings and high speed hits. Use the slow speed adjustment to smooth out rough straights.

​Adjust shock rebound to give a plush feel entering and exiting corners without kicking. It is important to balance this adjustment with the forks to keep a level take off on jumps.

Adjust fork compression to complement the shock. Too soft compression will give a sluggish feeling in turns and cause bottoming on landings and ramps. Too stiff will cause bumps and edges to be transferred to your hands and arms and your bike will have a tendency to stand up in corners.

Adjust fork rebound to provide a smooth compression stroke. Too much rebound damping (or too soft springs) will cause straight instability and head shake. Too little rebound damping will make the steering feel twitchy and cause the front end to rise over jumps.

Adjust fork height one or two millimeters at a time to even the front and rear ride height and to maximize or find a balance with cornering characteristics and straight line stability

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​​​​Your suspension needs service about every 30 to 40 hours.

If you're a serious racer, it's even more often.

Look for our Box Van at the track for setting sag and clicker advice, (Glen Helen, Milestone and most SoCal tracks).

We can also service and revalve at the track by appointment.

​Check our events calendar to find out where we are going to be!