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Author Topic:   zero shock coilover eliminators
posted February 26, 2004 11:18 PM has them. his new site is under construction however phone numbers are on there. ive seen them and they are a nice piece. id like to get them but with limited funds i have to get the other stuff first. As soon as im able to get them im going to though.

posted February 27, 2004 12:18 PM
Voight probably hasnt sent IMCA money yet thats why there not legal.!!

posted February 27, 2004 12:40 PM
I cant remember weather it said they were legal or not. on his old website there was something about being legal but I dont remember if there was any other sanction besides ump legal on there.

posted February 29, 2004 12:26 PM
I agree with racer4. Regardless of what kind of shock it is only one per wheel and no coilovers.

Good luck,

posted March 01, 2004 12:44 PM
it is and yes they are IMCA legal if you have a question call MARK VOIGT and ask him.

His new site is up and running and they are called The Easy Slide....

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posted March 02, 2004 01:36 PM
I bought a set last year and they are SUPER, I will never go back with a slider!!!

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posted March 02, 2004 10:41 PM
Sorry for the mis-information. I thought they were, and posted the incorrect information. Bret Root did in fact not legalize them for IMCA use because they are built in a shock body...however you should look at some of the guys running up front. You might be surprised, who is running them!!!

posted March 05, 2004 09:57 AM
Nice idea, but think how hard this would be to tech without pulling the shocks & springs - you could be running a coilover and a "zero valve" shock on the other end... Or run a shock on both ends, etc.

I doubt they'll make them legal just for that reason alone.

posted March 06, 2004 10:29 PM
If you ask me this is all absolutly crazy.All COE's have a giude system that is simular.A piston,cylinder and shaft.Who's to say that the old COE's as we know them (afco,Howe,etc.)couldn't have a hydraulic shock system within them.I have a set of COE's with the gutted bilstiens.They are bullet proof and worth every penny.I don't see how IMCA cannot except these.They have a housing and shaft just the same as any other COE.Thats my 2 cents.

posted March 12, 2004 05:50 AM
Call Mark @ 618-887-4706


racer 4
posted March 13, 2004 07:20 PM
Racer 4 ,yes I agree with you.It's hard to be governed by these rules when we as racers know what is the most cost effective.It's the age old story of the 9 inch vs the quick change.Or why not coil over shocks ? We all know what would be the cheapest in the long run but these rules sometimes cost us more in money and maintanence.It just p**s me off.

[This message has been edited by wissota3x (edited March 14, 2004).]

posted March 14, 2004 06:32 AM
If I see them at my track I will ask the tech guy to check them after every race because if you slip a 2/6 shock in there the car will be faster.

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