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Performance & Hotrod Business - February '15

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who wants to take his wife or girlfriend for a nice, long cruise. There is also the true, hardcore race guy who is starting to make a mark. Events like Goodguys autocross and The Optima Ultimate Street Car event are really helping to get people out of the car show and into the pits, strapping on the helmet and driving the wheels off their car. This makes them want to improve both the car and the driver and to push the limits. And that requires upgrades to the chassis and suspension." Dave Kass, QA1's customer service manager, says the company "has been see- ing a growing trend of people looking for adjustability in their suspension. I think a driving force behind this is how much suspension technology has advanced in modern vehicles. People often comment to us how much better their daily driver rides and performs compared to their outdated OE suspension in their classic muscle car or street rod. The adjustability found in today's shock absorbers and other suspen- sion components allow a person to dial A growing trend is that people are looking for adjustability in their suspension. (Photo courtesy QA1) February 2015 n Performance & Hotrod Business n 47 The best suspension depends on the type of car it's going on and its ulti- mate purpose—a Pro-Touring car and a road cruiser have very differ- ent requirements. (Photo courtesy Speedtech Performance)

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