TruHart Adjustable "Sport" Shocks / Coilovers for the Polaris Slingshot (Set of 3)

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  • $720.00
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  • Part Name: polaris-slingshot-tru-hart-coilovers
  • Part Number: SM-3979
Manufacturer:
Truhart

Mfg. Part #:
THP-P801

Adjustable:
Up to 2.5" below stock

Color:
Silver Shocks w/Red Coils

Designed for:
Spirited Driving / Light Track Use

Material:
Billet Aluminum

Warranty:
2-Year MFG


Slingshot Application Guide:

» 2015 Slingshot Base / SL / SL LE
» 2016 Slingshot Base / SL / SL LE
» 2017 Slingshot Base / SL / SL LE / SLR
» 2018 Slingshot GT LE / S / SL / SLR / SLR LE
» 2019 Slingshot GT / S / SL / SLR
» 2020 Slingshot R / SL

Polaris Slingshot Aftermarket Suspension by TruHart
We're very happy to introduce the TruHart coilover set for the Polaris Slingshot. This set includes (3) new coilovers and is by far the most affordable aftermarket suspension solution for the Slingshot so far. The coilover set also includes the spanner wrench necessary to adjust the lower spring perch to your desired height. The height adjustment ranges to near stock at the highest setting and up to a 2.5" drop at the lowest.

Polaris Slingshot Tru-Hart Coilover Suspension Features

  • Adjustable lower mounts allow for a full range of mobility without sacrificing shock travel
  • Hardened rubber bushings provide a direct to road feel without the noise and maintenance of spherical bearings
  • Spring rates and valving designed to provide a more aggressive than factory ride for spirited driving
  • 2-Year MFG Warranty with USA based product support and replacement parts
Product Details
Adjustable Up to 2.5" below stock
Color Silver Shocks w/Red Coils
Designed for Spirited Driving / Light Track Use
Material Billet Aluminum
Warranty 2-Year MFG

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Total Reviews: 2
Average Rating: 5

06/15/2020 4:32 pm


ok so i back and forth emailed the truhart guys today. They explained that waiting until the car weight was on the shock as opposed to preloading it would get the ride height down. I lifted the tire off the ground and backed the bottom stop on the springs all the way down... yes they jiggled around. Once the car was taken off the jack, the car did drop to 3.5" of clearance in the front and 4.5inch of clearance in the back... I left the back at 4.5" and raised the fronts back to 4.5". All in all, I would say I am very happy with the ride height... dont know about the actual ride yet.


05/23/2019 10:17 am

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