G Series Driver or Passenger Side Monotube Shock Absorber by Bilstein®. Quantity: 1 per Pack. Bilstein G Series Shock Absorbers are designed for, but not limited to, Stock Cars, IMCA/UMP Modifieds, Midgets, Mini-Sprints, Modified Lites and Dwarf Cars. The 36mm monotube steel body design allows for conversion to coilover applications, when necessary and is available in 6" and 7" stroke lengths. It is a sealed unit that you can expect Bilstein's famous consistent, fade-free performance from. The design allows for low rod pressure, reducing the gas spring effect, and making it much easier to tune spring/valving rates. It's a lightweight shock that won't weigh heavily on your wallet!
Notes: It’s recommended to replace shock or strut in pairs (passenger and driver side at the same time).
|Finish: Yellow Paint|
|Lower Mounting: Eye 0.50" (12.7 mm)|
|Upper Mounting: Eye 0.50" (12.7 mm)|
|Diameter: 1.42" (36.1 mm)|
- Modified Lites and Dwarf Cars
- The 36mm monotube steel body design
- Monotube gas pressure construction
Gas Pressure Technology. Over time, the mono-tube gas pressure technology developed by BILSTEIN has established itself as a standard in automotive construction. This technology involves keeping the oil in the absorber under pressure, which prevents it from foaming when temperatures and loads are increasing. As a result, full damping power is retained even when the system is placed under extreme stress, a feature that can be observed in the self-lowering piston.
Mono-tube Upside-Down Technology. The original and best: The original mono-tube gas pressure shock absorbers bore the BILSTEIN name, and we’re still responsible for producing the best there is. BILSTEIN’s mono-tube technology is the number-one choice in motorsports and series-production sports cars: no other type gives engineers the same freedom to choose the perfect installation location or position (e.g. Upside-Down technology).
In 1954, Bilstein® was the first to realize the potential offered by an idea of Prof. Bourcier de Carbon, a French researcher in the field of vibrations. The aim was to eliminate the physical disadvantages of the conventional telescopic shock absorbers, whilst at the same time making the dampers lighter and able to be fitted in any position. The name Bilstein has for many decades been closely associated with high tech in the field of suspension design, driving comfort and safety. In order to expand this position in the future, Bilstein became a division of ThyssenKrupp Technologies AG in 1988, and a wholly-owned subsidiary in 2005. The partnership and co-operation within the group will enable the company to continue to inspire with innovations in the traditional Bilstein way.