DIVE-TEK KIT/ mountain

Developed to improve Mountain / Boondock Riders carving capabilities.

In its essence, the Assault Ski Airshock’s air volumes are interconnected from side to side using Hal Cronquist’s patented Cross-Link Airshock technology. On corner initiation with the air-valve in open-position air volume exits from the uphill Ski’s Airshock into the unloaded downhill Ski Airshock. This reduces rider effort in setting the upper ski and sled attitude into the hill providing the rider greater leverage initiating and maintaining deep snow carving positions.

In trails or on harder pack conditions the enhanced body roll is a negative attribute. Here riders re-establish normal cornering characteristics by simply positioning the sled on level ground extending the ski shocks equally. Then riders switch the air-valve to its closed-position. In this setting the Airshocks act totally separate from each other so desirable anti-roll cornering characteristics are restored. This position allows riders to enjoy the trail and harder pack cornering capabilities of their sled.

Kit includes 2 Assault Ski Airshocks, Dive-TEK Cross-Linking Airshock system and hardware.

 

MSRP: $975

Steve Nyman, Worldcup downhill skier and Luc Karpik at ArcticMan Race in AK

Steve Nyman, Worldcup downhill skier and Luc Karpik at ArcticMan Race in AK

“Currently going on my second season with my TeamFAST Assault Air Shocks for my 2015 Ski-Doo Summit 800 and I couldn’t be more impressed. Really looking forward to another season in Alaska’s backcountry with these things - they without a doubt catch a lot of interest. My riding at times involves putting some miles on the trails before getting to the deep snow and the simple upgrade the the Assault Ski Shocks made a huge difference being that my long track really doesn’t perform well on the trail. The ski shocks do all the work for me so I’m not exhausted from the bumps by the time I get to the mountain. After just one ride, I knew it was well worth it and I fully intend to keep running this set-up.
— — Alex Reimer, Wasilla, Alaska