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Old 12-18-2012, 02:58 PM
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CSI is Proud to introduce to the 1/8 off-road RC racing world their new CSI 16MM Clicker Series Shocks. These shocks provide innovative design features and qualities never seen in the RC industry. The same engineering and analysis process that is used in their full size racing shocks was used in the design and development of their RC shocks.

CSI PRO CLICKER SERIES SHOCK FEATURES: CSI shock bodies feature a Delrin shock shaft guide to help eliminate shaft deflection and minimize friction. Reduced friction is critical in the overall performance and consistency of the shocks. The CSI Clicker Series Shock derives its name from the collar and shock body design. The bodies and collars were machined with a detent adjuster built in. These shocks make a "click" sound four times per one complete turn, allowing for easier setting of ride height/ pre-load adjustment. The shock collar will lock itself in place and keep from rotating during a race, keeping your car consistent from start to finish. Another CSI feature racers will appreciate is the ride height etching in CSI shock body's. These marks provide a precise visual for shock collar settings, eliminating the need for measuring calipers.

CSI QUAD SEALS: CSI engineers developed a scaled down version of their full size shock seals in the new RC shocks. The new Quad Seal eliminates seal drag and improves the overall performance of the shock. Only one seal is required in each shock.

CSI PRO SHOCK BLADDERS: Critical to shock performance, but often over looked, are shock bladders. CSI spent countless hours of R&D to finally manufacture a bladder that meets CSI performance standards. CSI Pro Shock Bladders are vital to your shocks consistency in both compression and rebound dampening. CSI Shock Bladders will not collapse or indent. Note- CSI Bladders work in all 15mm and 16mm shocks.

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Intriguing... got any pics?
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CSI PRO PRECISION SHOCK SHAFTS: CSI high quality, precision machined shock shafts are hard chromed, and polished, providing minimum seal drag when used with our new Quad Seals. CSI shafts are both strong and light. Corners were not cut. CSI shock shafts are made from the best material for this application. The fit and finish are second to none.

CSI LOWER SEAL CAP: Seal caps for the most part are pretty standard. There job is to secure the O rings, fluid, and shaft. CSI lower seal caps have been machined to allow the shock boot to breathe when you shock is going through both compression and rebound dampening.

CSI PRO SHOCK BOOTS: CSI Pro Shock Boots are just like our full size shock protectors, they easily collapse and extend without interfering with the shocks performance. They are equally as durable in strength and quality. The last shock boot you will ever need or want.

CSI PRO V-PORT PISTONS: CSI's new cnc machined aluminum; Blue Anodized V-Port pistons utilize our Optimum Flow Varying Port design. The piston utilizes a sealing band to eliminate fluid blow by, forcing the oil to use the porting and giving the shock an improved progressive dampening curve. The rebound side of the piston ports is tapered to provide quicker rebound shaft velocities, increasing traction and handling performance.
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When will they be available and what lengths?
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We are looking at an ETA to dealers late January. We will have pics and a video of the inside workings of CSI and the RC shock dyno about a week before releasing product.
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When will they be available and what lengths?
They are brand specific. The first release will be for Losi 2.0 and AE RC8.2, the second round of manufacturing will be for the new MBX7.
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How much will these cost? I didn't see anything about springs mentioned either.
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Kyosho MP9 would be nice....
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WIth Eric's background..I can't wait to see what they came up with. This could very well be the game changer for shocks as we know them now.
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got an approximate price eric.
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Originally Posted by imprsme View Post
WIth Eric's background..I can't wait to see what they came up with. This could very well be the game changer for shocks as we know them now.
Yeah sounds like it!!! But how can get us all excited with no pics!!!!
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Originally Posted by coneman View Post
got an approximate price eric.
i found them listed already at their web site competition racing products but their not in stock of course about $250.00 a set WOW!

http://www.team-crp.com/search.asp?k....y=9&search=GO

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Originally Posted by dooug1960 View Post
i found them listed already at this web site competition racing products but their not in stock of course about $250.00 a set WOW!

http://www.team-crp.com/search.asp?k....y=9&search=GO
That's only $100 more than a set of Kyosho shocks. Not too bad for something innovative and new. I'm anxious to see pics, especially the pistons.
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That's only $100 more than a set of Kyosho shocks. Not too bad for something innovative and new. I'm anxious to see pics, especially the pistons.
yeah i suppose but its also half a car or a quarter of a kyosho
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