Icon Vehicle Dynamics Suspension Stages Explained

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    R&D on the 2 Door JL has not been completed. We have a target sample size that has not been met. Taking the average of or current sample size we are measuring a range of heights from 0.75" - 1" higher ride height when compared to the 4 Door JL.
     
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    It is being offered for sale though, R&D is not done?
     
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    With only 0.75" - 1" higher ride height, I'm interested to see where you guys go for us 2 doors. How much travel will be gained?

    I might need something after another 55k miles. :fingerscrossed:
     
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    Wheel travel would remain the same because full compression and full droop are the same for both platforms.
     
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    I'm thinking over stock, not to compare with what the 4 door guys are getting. What gains/advantages over stock would the system be designed for?
     
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    wait, no added flex?
     
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    @Krondor @jlopes68
    I apologize for the confusion. I misunderstood the question.

    The 2.5" JL systems offers a 35% wheel travel increase over stock. Which yields +3" in the front and +2" in the rear.
     
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    Ok, lol you scared me there. So can you give any info on the adjustable shocks and what conditions might do better on which settings?
     
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    Is it possible to get the reservoir shocks with the stage 2 system for the JL?
     
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