Synergy MFG. Prototype Lift Kit Parts!!!

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We are getting close to releasing our full suspension systems. Something new that we have not done before is offering tuned shocks to match our brand new JL coil springs. Shocks are the largest determining factor in ride quality so we felt it was necessary to put the time into making them perfect. Coming soon.



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Can’t find these JL kits anywhere! Are they available?
 

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A bit odd since they were “close” to releasing in August.
 
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Hey are not yet. Synergy is determined to only release a good JL lift kit. I know they are very close. The steering was just released as well.
 

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Can’t find these JL kits anywhere! Are they available?
Not yet! We are actively working on our JL systems though and doing our due diligence to make sure everything we are working on will be compatible with each other.

To be honest, the most difficult component we are trying to finish right now is our front track bar. Design goals are: having it work with no lift and no bump stop spacing with our heavy duty drag link, tie rod, and new track bar brace/sector shaft brace, fit with aftermarket diff covers, and require no modification or cutting of the Jeep to install. These goals may be unrealistic, but we are very close so we haven't given up yet!

It is unfortunate that we are so late to the game, but I can say that we haven't cut any corners developing for the JL platform and we have learned a lot. It is not hugely different from the JK, but everything is different. So, all of our JL components are new. We are not re-purposing any existing products because they are close enough if we know they can be better, even if that means we could have been to market sooner.

I'm confident in knowing that when these systems are released, we're not leaving anything on the table and they are the best they can be. I'm going to start posting some updates in the next few weeks as our 2" coil spring Starter System is almost ready for release.
 

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I know this is kind of an unfair question. But I have made some off road trips planned for the summer, meaning I need a lift installed in the spring. What are the chances we might see them by then.

I’d be willing to test them out for ya. Lol I won’t even charge you!
 

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Not yet! We are actively working on our JL systems though and doing our due diligence to make sure everything we are working on will be compatible with each other.

To be honest, the most difficult component we are trying to finish right now is our front track bar. Design goals are: having it work with no lift and no bump stop spacing with our heavy duty drag link, tie rod, and new track bar brace/sector shaft brace, fit with aftermarket diff covers, and require no modification or cutting of the Jeep to install. These goals may be unrealistic, but we are very close so we haven't given up yet!

It is unfortunate that we are so late to the game, but I can say that we haven't cut any corners developing for the JL platform and we have learned a lot. It is not hugely different from the JK, but everything is different. So, all of our JL components are new. We are not re-purposing any existing products because they are close enough if we know they can be better, even if that means we could have been to market sooner.

I'm confident in knowing that when these systems are released, we're not leaving anything on the table and they are the best they can be. I'm going to start posting some updates in the next few weeks as our 2" coil spring Starter System is almost ready for release.

Can't wait, i am over here just waiting for your steering correction kit / track bar & steering sector brace / rear track bar bracket. If your brackets and arms can hold a hd ram it will be just fine on the jeep
 

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Any idea on the target price on the 2" and.....any plans for adding shocks rather that spacers for them?
 

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Price will be $955 for the Starter System shown. We will be offering two additional 2" lifts which this system will easily be upgradeable to which will require shocks instead of shock relocation brackets.
Our Stage 1 System will add a front adjustable track bar, front adjustable lower control arms, and a rear track bar relocation bracket.
Our Stage 2 System will add the rest of our adjustable control arms and include front sway bar links with quick disconnects.
We are developing shocks for our Stage 1 and 2 systems, but it will be a while longer before they are done. We will provide recommended shock lengths in the meantime for those interested in these systems once they are released.
 

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Hi, will that be a true 2in lift or more like a mopar 2in lift that is more like 3in, have a jlur with 35 and only quality options right now is Dynatrac lift kit, not a fan of skateboard lift kit looks.
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Hi, will that be a true 2in lift or more like a mopar 2in lift that is more like 3in, have a jlur with 35 and only quality options right now is Dynatrac lift kit, not a fan of skateboard lift kit looks.
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Yes! They will be true 2" lifts based off a stock Rubicon.
 

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Great, also, I can’t seem to find front LCA for jlur on your website, do you only have rear available?
The JK and JL rear control arms are identical, so our current JK offerings fit the JL.

We will have JL front control arms out within the next couple weeks. We are just finishing production on these.
 



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