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well ive heard about this thing and asked about it, and seen others ask about it. i made a video of the engine before / after effects. honestly, the engine doesnt move around in the first place (xb) , maybee 1/2 and inch if punched while at 3k rpm. my webcam couldnt even see the movement. installing was easy, instructions were worthless. if installed you will replace the stock vibration absorber with your dampener. my weapon-r kit had 2 bolts to replace the stock , they are needed , and so is an allen wrench that the kit didnt come with to tighten them. "adjust shock to desired needs" not sure why i would do that, but an even better question is how to actually adjust the thing. (doesnt say) but after swear words , throwing tools, and 45 min it was installed. if you have a front frame brace, carefull, i stripped one of the 3 nuts for the shock, all that stuff stacked on the 1 mount makes it even trickier to loosen / tighten them. my steering wheel / inside overall shakes more, but i do feel a difference when getting on / off the gas . much much more stable. if u have any questions let me know.
If you are having issues adjusting/preloading your damper, please contact us for detailed instructions on how to do it correctly. We have begun including these instructions in our kit now, so if you didn't get one, we can email it to you.