Very very soon! We have a bunch of stuff coming out for the newer (2019 - present) models over the next couple of months. Lots of goodies on the horizon if you can hold out. Plus...you get a discount from me for being an active member of the forum.Super ATV doesn’t have anything that will work.
Yes they are but they are very limited on the adjustment.
If you're just looking for a little, I think your best option to retain a smooth ride would be to add forward offset A-arms, aftermarket foot boards, and BIG tires. You'll get more ground clearance and not sacrifice the ride with a puck lift.No worries on waiting lol. I just wanted a couple more inches lift. Nothing drastic. Portals are way more than I need lol. I just use it on the deer lease and around the house hahaha
Typically fully adjustable shocks like this are not ride height adjustable. They are considered "Zero Preload Shocks" and are designed to run this way. When you crank down on the preload it just compresses the "tender spring" in the first and second stage and doesn't raise the bike. Once you tighten it enough the springs will bottom out on the cross-over rings and become useless.Aren't the Elka's ride-height adjustable?
So well said. I found aftermarket shocks did nothing for the ultra-slow technical riding I do. Friggin' awesome for fast trails though. Taking the stock springs and turning them down to the softest setting works best for me. Seemed to allow the tires to get to traction best.In suspension set up - everything is a trade off.