After installing the Revel front springs last spring I thought, "Scott/Revel should do an aftermarket front shock." Well, he did, so I put myself on the wait list. Then I thought, "screw it, I'm busting a move on the entire package."
I like my Skandic so much and she's so capable already and the Revel front springs were such an improvement I took a leap of faith. This faith was also based upon my interactions with Scott, who is Revel Suspension.
He makes a great product, he's great to deal with, no b.s., responsive to questions, etc.
I think the price is reasonable considering the quality of the components + the limited market he is serving. I am so grateful he was willing to put so much time and energy into this process. He took a huge leap of faith. He succeeded.
I am so very pleased with the entire set up. Everything about the sled is better. Stability, handling, climbing, bump absorption. The ability to adjust the rebound compression in the field via the orange knob is a feature I use often, as it noticeably alters the ride depending upon conditions and weight load.
I've never upgraded a vehicle's suspension. I tend to leave things stock. Purchasing the Revel package was a bit of a what-the-heck decision. Great decision. Would do it again tomorrow knowing what I know now.
Installed this myself. Not complicated. Took me a day.
Plus, having a full aftermarket high performance suspension on a 700 lb, 60 hp utility sled is so stealthy cool.
I Love my Little Yellow Beast.
Edited by slapdappy, 16 February 2016 - 03:12 PM.