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Old 12-21-2012, 07:22 PM   #1
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icon CDC coilovers.

i found this on your facebook page. thought i would show you guys as well. with my tax return i hope to get this.

Have you heard about ICON Vehicle Dynamics' new CDC (Compression Damping Control) Valve option for all remote reservoir shock applications? This ICON technology gives you the ability to adjust your vehicle's ride from a plush, comfortable feel on the road to a firm, performance-oriented ride when you hit the dirt all with the quick turn of a knob. Make sure to stop in to your closest Authorized ICON Dealer to ask about the CDC upgrade today!

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Old 12-22-2012, 07:41 AM   #2
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We will have a full breakdown with video explaining how the ICON CDC valve works and the advantages to why you should purchase this option.....keep an eye out for this right after the Holiday break.

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Can the non-resi coilovers be converted to these?
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Old 12-22-2012, 08:36 AM   #4
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Can the non-resi coilovers be converted to these?
They sure can....
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Old 12-22-2012, 08:47 AM   #6
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They sure can....
How much for the conversion? Whats involved, and will these be availible as a bolt in assembly?
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iirc its like $272 for a set
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Hopefully it works better than the fox CO's with the 8 way adjuster.
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Old 12-24-2012, 11:36 AM   #11
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How much for the conversion? Whats involved, and will these be availible as a bolt in assembly?
Ok this could get lengthy......

In short what we do with this CDC (Compression Damping Control) Valve and valving configuration is set up the valving so that our normal production spec is #4, and then you the customer has the option to fine tune your ride based on 3 - 2 - S (softer settings) & 5 - 6 - 7 - 8 - 9 - H (firmer settings). This give a distinct purpose for the upgrade option, and not just the option to stiffen the ride. Ride is subjective to each users terrain conditions, weather conditions, driving style ect. so this is a great way to make your shocks work and feel the way you want.

What your options are.....shock service labor prices are ICON service dept prices.....Labor rates may vary from an authorized dealer.

Option 1: Purchase new remote reservoir shocks or coilovers -
(Piggyback CDC option coming soon)
  • CDC option $271.95 per set / $135.97 per shock

Option 2: Add CDC valve to an already existing set of Remote Reservoir
shocks -

What's involved if doing it on your own - You will need to have someone familiar with rebuilding this style shock take them apart to install the CDC Valve and also swap out the shim stack with the provided shims (must order specifically for your vehicle as it will be Vehicle Specific). Keep in mind this is a great time to change out the seals and oil as you will have the shock a part any way, might as well refresh them at the same time.

  • $271.95 per set / $135.97 per shock + Labor

Through the ICON service Dept......
  • $271.95 per set / $135.97 per shock + $65.00 per shock labor charge
  • $271.95 per set / $135.97 per shock when standard rebuild is being performed. So this would break down as the price of the CDC Valve + $125.00 per shock for the ICON standard rebuild.


Option 3: Add CDC valve to a IFP coil over (standard coil over ICON or DR)

What's involved if doing it on your own - you will be purchasing the ICON reservoir upgrade kit and CDC valves. This is a lot more involved as far as labor and will require changing the valve stack, changing top caps and upper mount, and installing reservoir into the new top cap. New oil will be required with this install. Again we recommend a new seal kit at the same time because you will have the shock completely apart and this is a good time to change them out.


Price will be added to this post Dec 26th........


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Is this option currently ready for add on to an old set of DR coilovers?
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Old 01-18-2013, 07:19 AM   #13
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ICONRep, is there any chance of getting a dyno sheet of these shocks on their different settings????
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Is this option currently ready for add on to an old set of DR coilovers?
Yes it is....and I did not get the pricing up but I will Monday or Tuesday.
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ICONRep, is there any chance of getting a dyno sheet of these shocks on their different settings????
Yes we can....I will work on that for you and get it posted.
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Old 01-19-2013, 10:05 PM   #17
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Just curious but do you all have a Roehrig, SPA, or other, shock dyno and do you measure in pounds force & inches or Newtons & millimetres?? Either way is fine, I can convert it to pounds & inches.

Look forward to getting a look at the dyno sheet/s.
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They sure can....
Okay, this Summer I am going to turn my Icon CO's back to you guys to get them rebuilt. I think it would also be the perfect opportunity to get the CDC upgrade as well. How much will it be?

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Dyno sheets would be interesting to see, because the compression adjustment appears to affect only fluid displaced by the shock shaft.
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Any updates on the Dyno sheets?
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