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Seems like a good price for the basic stage 2... I would assume that they would be sprung and valved specific to rider and type of riding? For me, I went with stage 2+ for front (adds compression adjustment OR rebound adjustment) and full stage 3 for rear... Stage 2 only comes with piggy back rezies... need remote rezies for rear. Paid big $$ for mine direct from Elka, but love them... and love being able to adjust compression.

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Seems like a good price for the basic stage 2... I would assume that they would be sprung and valved specific to rider and type of riding? For me, I went with stage 2+ for front (adds compression adjustment OR rebound adjustment) and full stage 3 for rear... Stage 2 only comes with piggy back rezies... need remote rezies for rear. Paid big $$ for mine direct from Elka, but love them... and love being able to adjust compression.

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The description reads that they'll customize the shocks for you just like any other place.
 

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Way cheaper for the fronts on all 4 stages, but WAY!!!! more expensive for the rears. They do not appear to sell them as a pair, which for example would be @ $400.00 more for the rear stage 4's. So, fronts from them rears from someone else. I did not call to inquire though.
 

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Don't be mistaken... what they show for Stage 4 (front/pair) is a good price... Direct from Elka they would be $1,570.00. Don't try to double the price for the rear Stage 4 to get a price for a pair. What they show and the price they give is for a single shock for a SRA quad. Elka shows Stage 4 for both the front and rear in pairs at the same price... for our quad. I have to believe that iShocks would sell a pair of Stage 4s for the rear at the same price as the front pair.

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