The Inertia Active System built
into everyEdelbrock shock absorber can sense the
difference between motion of the wheel and the motion of the
chassis. Edelbrock Performer IAS shocks have a variable dampening
rat that enables the shock to apply a higher dampening force
when it's needed to control excess chassis motion and a lower
dampening force when the wheel hits bumps, potholes, or any surface
Edelbrock performance speaks for itself...
Variable dampening improves handling
as well as ride comfort. Edelbrock shocks are tuned specifically
for each application and the dampening forces are set to be stiffer
under handling and softer under rough terrain than conventional
shocks. The end result is a vehicle that handles like a sports
car with a comfortable ride.
All shock assembly machinery
is now enclosed in a temperature-controlled, dust-free environment
in Torrance, California, for improved quality control. Manufacturing
capacity has also increased due to the addition of two new production
A new CNC-equipped prototype
shop has been added to increase efficiency in new product development.
And new offices have been built to support the growing staff
of engineers at the Edelbrock Shock Absorber Division.