Arnott Onboard Adustable Air Suspension Kits

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Arnott Motorcycle Air Suspension Releases New Video Featuring Ultimate Ride and Smooth Ride Onboard Adustable Air Suspension Kits

MERRITT ISLAND, FL (April 11, 2017) – Arnott Motorcycle Air Suspension is pleased to announce the release of a new video highlighting the company’s innovative new solutions for motorcycle air suspension: the Ultimate Ride and Smooth Ride lines with TruAIR Technology.

Arnott’s Ultimate Ride and Smooth Ride lines of Motorcycle Air Suspension are completely redesigned for many popular Harley-Davidson, Honda, Indian, Kawasaki, Suzuki, Victory, and Yamaha motorcycles.

The lines:

— Ultimate Ride: top shelf premium performance, comfort, and quality for the serious rider, starting at $1,399 retail.

— Smooth Ride: a step up from stock shocks for the motorcyclist about town offering height and air spring adjustability at only $599 retail.

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Both the Ultimate Ride and the Smooth Ride lines of motorcycle air suspension feature Arnott’s TruAIR Technology — true adjustable air suspension, not just simple air cylinders, ‘air-assisted’ devices, or worse: shabby contraptions contrived from automotive part castoffs and sold as cheap cycle shock knockoffs.

Arnott’s Ultimate Ride Motorcycle Air Suspension kits include custom-tuned FOX dampers featuring optional rebound control. The kits are designed to provide a ride far superior to any motorcycle suspension kit available in the marketplace today.

Each kit includes everything needed for a fast and flawless installation including User Manual, fused wiring harness and relay assembly, all necessary tubing, cable ties, fittings, chrome bolt covers, and mounting accessories. Each shock is custom-crafted and rigorously tested in Arnott’s Florida manufacturing facility and is backed by Arnott’s Limited Lifetime Warranty.

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