a BYPASS ? - Bilstein - SAW - KING - FOX

bullcrew

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Heres the truck 00 silverado deaver springs pulling 17" now but want to go from a smooth body to a bypass!

Choices: 17-18" shocks
Bilstein 9100 race series (2.65") 60mm 4 tube bypass
King prerunner series 2.5" 3 tube
King 3" race series 2 tube
SAW 2.5" 3 tube

OR

Keep the 18" saw COs (no coils on em) valve them and add air bumps to assist and valve really light?


I hear the prerunner series are economically put together, the 3" are awesome but they are 2 tube and the 9100s are 4 tube bigger than a 2.5 and quality built.

Do I need a air bump on the bypass rearend or just the front and dial the bypass in??? Thanks in advance, Its a prerunner but we run the HE!! out of it hard, not race hard but 75mph + runs passing cars on the freeway in the dirt.
 

TauMau

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I would say either the Bilstein 4 tubes or these:

http://giantmotorsports.com/content/view/66/87/

If you're running the 4 tubes just ramp up the last stage of compression. If you're running 2 tube, hydraulic bumps would be nice but not necessarily critical.
 

bullcrew

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went ahead and got the bilsteins 4 tube bypass and 4 4" hydraulic bumps 1 for each corner. Figured what the heck.....
 

TauMau

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Good decision Bilstein has fantastic customer support.
 
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