Every driver wants the best possible performance and looks for their vehicle and, at APEX want to make that a reality. Apex shock absorbers, compatible with a vast numbers of vehicle makes and models, can deliver improved performance in a number of areas, without sacrificing your unique ride or breaking the bank.
APEX Shock Absorbers are a brilliant upgrade to any vehicle, but work as part of the perfect system if teamed with APEX Sport Lowering Springs.
Whatever the configuration, the shock absorbers deliver improvements to the ride, handling, and road hold, all the time remaining safe and delivering a comfortable ride beyond anything else on the market.
Apex engineers bring years of motorsport experience to the design and building of every component. Always aiming to make the best, most innovative components and their shock absorbers are no different.
Specially developed for use with a lowered vehicle, Apex Shock Absorbers offset any loss in comfort from a lowered vehicle and provide a smooth, safe ride. At the same time, such a system offers vastly improved handling, cornering and road holding when you hit the loud pedal.
In order to provide a safe and comfortable experience, APEX Shock Absorbers are gas filled and shortened. This means that ride quality remains high, most likely smoother than it ever was before. The shortening of the shocks deliver a responsive control and a sportier drive.
Why Apex Shock Absorbers?
- APEX Shock Absorbers designed for Sports Springs
- Gas filled for improved performance
- Manufactured to DIN ISO 9001: 2000
- TUV approved
- Offers reductions in body roll and lateral drift
- Improvements in handling, road hold and cornering
- Shortened Shocks means great comfort in a lowered vehicle
Overall Improvements in depth
As well as offering a tight, sporty drive, there are other very real benefits to installing APEX Shock Absorbers. Boosting how tightly the vehicle corners and how it hugs the road, APEX Shock Absorbers provide significant reductions in the dreaded body roll, lateral drift, and acceleration squat.
Acceleration squat occurs when the front of the vehicle lifts up during acceleration, making it less aerodynamic. This can both drain the acceleration speed of the car, and increase fuel consumption. By being lower to the road, the vehicle can accelerate with more speed, hug the road, and corner with more precision and less resistance.