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Arnott Motorcycle Air Suspension -- the leader in True Onboard Adjustable Air Suspension kits for motorcycles -- announces the introduction of height and rebound adjustable FOX® Air Suspension Systems for the 2007 to 2017 Harley-Davidson® V-Rod® line of motorcycles.

The Harley-Davidson V-Rod motorcycle air suspension systems are featured new offerings in Arnott's completely redesigned line of TruAIR™ Motorcycle Air Suspension kits available for many popular Harley-Davidson®, Honda®, Indian®, Kawasaki®, Suzuki®, Victory®, and Yamaha® motorcycles.

Custom-Designed for the V-Rod

Arnott's attractive Ultimate Ride Air Suspension Kit is custom designed for the popular muscle bike to provide the rider with superior control, ride comfort, and height adjustability. The kit, featuring Arnott's TruAIR™ technology, is available with and without rebound control and comes in either black or chrome.

Arnott engineers designed the Ultimate Ride Series kits for the VRSC with 2.5-inches of shock travel so that when fully lowered the rear fender will rest very close -- but never touch-- the rear wheel, regardless of the V-Rod model or year.

There are two custom nitrogen-charged FOX shock absorbers at the core of Arnott's Ultimate Ride kits for V-Rods. Using a patent-pending design, Arnott adds a rugged multi-ply Goodyear® air spring to each which provides the rider with the capability to raise and lower the shock and bike with Arnott's onboard compressor and handlebar-mounted inflation switch. For added ride comfort, Arnott also offers Ultimate Ride kits with FOX's rebound adjustment dials so the rider can quickly and easily modify the internal rebound damping characteristics of the shocks.

Arnott's V-Rod offerings include:

Ultimate Ride systems with Rebound Adjustment -- available in black
(MC-3110) or chrome (MC-3111) with matching black or chrome handlebar-mounted inflation switches -- retail for $1,599. Minimum Length: 10.50 inches; Maximum Length: 13.00 Inches.

Ultimate Ride systems without Rebound Adjustment -- available in black
(MC-3112) or chrome (MC-3113) with matching black or chrome handlebar-mounted inflation switches -- retail for $1,399. Minimum Length: 10.50 inches; Maximum Length: 13.00 Inches.

Fast And Flawless


Arnott Adjustable Motorcycle kits include everything needed for a fast and flawless installation including detailed installation manual, compressor, distribution valve, fused wiring harness and relay assembly, handlebar-mounted inflation switch, all required tubing and wiring, cable ties, fittings, matching bolt covers, and mounting accessories. Each shock is custom-crafted and rigorously tested in Arnott's Florida manufacturing facility and backed by Arnott's renowned Limited Lifetime Warranty.
 

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That's great if you own a V-Rod

How about posting an air ride for our Roadglide.

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Swomack
 

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That's great if you own a V-Rod

How about posting an air ride for our Roadglide.

Thanks

Swomack
+1, my thoughts also.
 

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Arnott Motorcycle Air Suspension -- the leader in True Onboard Adjustable Air Suspension kits for motorcycles -- announces the introduction of height and rebound adjustable FOX® Air Suspension Systems for the 2007 to 2017 Harley-Davidson® V-Rod® line of motorcycles.

The Harley-Davidson V-Rod motorcycle air suspension systems are featured new offerings in Arnott's completely redesigned line of TruAIR™ Motorcycle Air Suspension kits available for many popular Harley-Davidson®, Honda®, Indian®, Kawasaki®, Suzuki®, Victory®, and Yamaha® motorcycles.

Custom-Designed for the V-Rod

Arnott's attractive Ultimate Ride Air Suspension Kit is custom designed for the popular muscle bike to provide the rider with superior control, ride comfort, and height adjustability. The kit, featuring Arnott's TruAIR™ technology, is available with and without rebound control and comes in either black or chrome.

Arnott engineers designed the Ultimate Ride Series kits for the VRSC with 2.5-inches of shock travel so that when fully lowered the rear fender will rest very close -- but never touch-- the rear wheel, regardless of the V-Rod model or year.

There are two custom nitrogen-charged FOX shock absorbers at the core of Arnott's Ultimate Ride kits for V-Rods. Using a patent-pending design, Arnott adds a rugged multi-ply Goodyear® air spring to each which provides the rider with the capability to raise and lower the shock and bike with Arnott's onboard compressor and handlebar-mounted inflation switch. For added ride comfort, Arnott also offers Ultimate Ride kits with FOX's rebound adjustment dials so the rider can quickly and easily modify the internal rebound damping characteristics of the shocks.

Arnott's V-Rod offerings include:

Ultimate Ride systems with Rebound Adjustment -- available in black
(MC-3110) or chrome (MC-3111) with matching black or chrome handlebar-mounted inflation switches -- retail for $1,599. Minimum Length: 10.50 inches; Maximum Length: 13.00 Inches.

Ultimate Ride systems without Rebound Adjustment -- available in black
(MC-3112) or chrome (MC-3113) with matching black or chrome handlebar-mounted inflation switches -- retail for $1,399. Minimum Length: 10.50 inches; Maximum Length: 13.00 Inches.

Fast And Flawless


Arnott Adjustable Motorcycle kits include everything needed for a fast and flawless installation including detailed installation manual, compressor, distribution valve, fused wiring harness and relay assembly, handlebar-mounted inflation switch, all required tubing and wiring, cable ties, fittings, matching bolt covers, and mounting accessories. Each shock is custom-crafted and rigorously tested in Arnott's Florida manufacturing facility and backed by Arnott's renowned Limited Lifetime Warranty.

I'm pretty sure Arnott meant to post this on Roadglide.org

http://www.legendsuspensions.com/products/view/legend-air-hvg-flh
 

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Why can't I buy just the shocks? I don't need the whole system.
Mo, I would look into the AirFx shocks. That's what I am going to try next. I heard the rebound settings actually do something unlike my arnott shocks. I am less than impressed with my $1200 kit but since I got it used, I have a little less than half of that in it. They are ok at best.
 

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I have the progressive "air" shocks now. These are not true air shocks in that they have a spring in them. The air part of them will raise and lower the bike about an inch. Adding air only really stiffens the shock. I can run them without air, and not bottom out, and it rides like a soft spring suspension. I'm going to look at the Airfx to see if they would fit the bill. Thanks
 
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