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New Xtreme Shock Series


Non Adjustable Series
Average Track Heavy Track
  Left Right

Front

 GX175-4

 GX1S74-6

5th coil

GX173-7

In Front of LR - GX194-0 with 2" Ext.

Rear

GX194-5

GX194-5

 

Left

Right

Front

GX173-5

GX1S74-7

5th coil

GX173-5

In Front of LR - GX194-0 with 2" Ext.

Rear

GX193-5

GX194-6

Slick Track

  Left Right

Front

GX175-3

GXS174-6

5th coil

GX173-7

In Front of LR - GX19TS1 with 2" Ext.

Rear

GX195-3

GX194-5


Single Adjustable Series
 
Average Track Heavy Track
  Left Right

Front

 GX275-5R

 GX2S74-5R

5th coil

GX273-5R

In Front of LR - GX2E95C-0

Rear

 GX294-5R

 GX294-5R

 

Left

Right

Front

 GX275-5R

 GX2S74-BRD

5th coil

GX273-5R

In Front of LR - GX2E95C-0

Rear

 GX294-5R

 GX294-5R

Slick Track

  Left Right

Front

 GX274-5R

 GX2S74-BRD

5th coil

GX273-5R

In Front of LR - GX2E95C-0

Rear

 GX294-5R

 GX295C-5


Double Adjustable Series
 
Average Track Heavy Track
  Left Right

Front

 GX3LF1

 GX3S7BRD

5th coil

 GX3TA1

In Front of LR - GX2E95C-0 or GX19TS1

Rear

 G395D

 G395D

 

Left

Right

Front

 GX3LF1

 G3S7BRD

5th coil

 GX3TA1

In Front of LR - GX2E95C-0 or GX19TS1

Rear

 G395D

 G395D

Slick Track

  Left Right

Front

 GX3LF1

 G3S7BRD

5th coil

 GX3TA1

In Front of LR - GX2E95C-0 or GX19TS1

Rear

 G395D

 G395D

   
All GX Series Located Here!

Non Adjustable Series
Average Track Heavy Track *
  Left Right

Front

 G175-4

 G1S74-6

5th coil

G173-7

In Front of LR - G194-0 with 2" Ext.

Rear

G194-5

G194-5

 

Left

Right

Front

G173-5

G1S74-7

5th coil

G173-5

In Front of LR - G194-0 with 2" Ext.

Rear

G193-5

G194-6

Slick Track *

  Left Right

Front

G175-3

GS174-6

5th coil

G173-7

In Front of LR - G194-0 with 2" Ext.

Rear

G195-3

G194-5


Single Adjustable Series
 
Average Track Heavy Track *
  Left Right

Front

 G275-5R

 G2S74-5R

5th coil

G273-5R

In Front of LR - G2E95C-0

Rear

 G294-5R

 G294-5R

 

Left

Right

Front

 G275-5R

 G2S74-BRD

5th coil

G273-5R

In Front of LR - G2E95C-0

Rear

 G294-5R

 G294-5R

Slick Track *

  Left Right

Front

 G274-5R

 G2S74-BRD

5th coil

G273-5R

In Front of LR - G2E95C-0

Rear

 G294-5R

 G295C-5


Double Adjustable Series
 
Average Track Heavy Track *
  Left Right

Front

 G375D

 G3S7BRD

5th coil

G375D

In Front of LR - G2E95C-0

Rear

 G395D

 G395D

 

Left

Right

Front

 G375D

 G3S7BRD

5th coil

G375D

In Front of LR - G2E95C-0

Rear

 G395D

 G395D

Slick Track *

  Left Right

Front

 G375D

 G3S7BRD

5th coil

G375D

In Front of LR - G2E95C-0

Rear

 G395D

 G395D


  • We highly recommend that you check with your chassis builder for their latest  recommendations as technology changes very frequently.

  • You should check gas pressures in shocks before every race as they sometimes will leak off.

  • Valving numbers or values vary from manufacturer to manufacturer. For example one company's 4 valving is not necessarily the same as another company's.

  • Genesis Shocks with Schrader valve you can adjust the gas pressure. You can run anywhere from 30 psi up to 200 psi always use Nitrogen or dry air that has been run thru Cam Air system.

  • You can run the gas pressure down to 40# in real slick conditions but with Genesis Shocks you really donít need to vary much off the 75# to 85# range unless itís rough. Then go up to 100# to 125#.

  • If the shocks compression is a 7 or higher more gas pressure is required use 150# to 200#

  • All Genesis Shocks have Schrader valves so you can adjust the gas pressure. You can run anywhere from 30 psi up to 200 psi always use Nitrogen.

  • Always check the travel on all shocks for rebound extension and compression travel as some cars need a 1" - 3010 or 2" - 3020 shock extension in some applications.

  • Some cars run a shock in front of the left rear to control the motion on acceleration and braking like a G194-0 or G195-0 for Sweeping corner tracks and G196-0 or a G196-2 for tighter corner tracks. And on slick tracks when hunting for more traction some cars use a dummy shock G190. Adjust your gas pressure accordingly any where from 50 psi to 200 psi.

  • Always check the travel on all shocks for rebound extension and compression travel as some cars need a 1" - 3010 or 2" - 3020 shock extension in some applications.

  • Also available in the G1 series are standard valvings like G175, G176, G193, G194 and G195 and so on in any rebound or compression valving.
  • All Genesis Shocks have Schrader valves so you can adjust the gas pressure. You can run anywhere from 30 psi up to 200 psi always use Nitrogen.

* Note on some cars the right front upper control arm will hit the shock or bulb. If more control arm clearance is needed, order your right front shock with a 5350 small diameter bulb.  (G1S7#-# Shock).

* Note on some cars the left rear shock may need additional clearance to clear the upper inner or outer shock mount we currently have a extended top for the shock just tell us to add the 5230 to the shock.

* In some cases you can increase the rebound in the right front shock to help the car turn in and thru the middle of the corner like a G1SO73-6, G1SO73-7, G1SO73-8 or G1SO74-6, G1SO74-7 or G1SO74-8. 
* But in some situations you will get loose and lose traction from the middle of the corner and off.
 

* In some cases you can increase the rebound in the left rear in front of the axle to slow down the movement timing and loosen the car on corner entry.

 

Adjustable Series Located Here

Genesis Racing Shocks Catalog.

Genesis Racing Shocks Instruction Sheets

Shock Accessories

 

 GD|GS0||GS1|GS2|GS3|G0|G1|G2|G3|G4|G5|G6|G7|G8 Shock Series.

GB1|GB2|GB3 Base Valve Shock Series

 Xtreme Shock Series

 New - GXS0|GXS1|GXS2|GXS3|GXSB1|GXSB2|GXSB3

New - GX1|GX2|GX3|GX4|GXB1|GXB2|GXB3|GX4B

 

 Genesis Racing Shocks

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Roswell, Georgia  30076

678-659-9454

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