Tokico Illumina Shocks
For the serious enthusiast, TOKICO offers this five-position adjustable Illumina Series rear shock for your 1987-1993 Mustang. Its sophisticated adjustment system was designed for tuning street suspensions, so you have the ability to set up your car’s handling for a variety of driving environments. They even work on the race track. Steeda, a nationally known Mustang tuner, uses Illumina struts and shocks on their road race and drag race cars.
High Quality Construction
Using a screwdriver, a simple click indicates your change to ride or handling balance. So whether you’re going to the track, or simply cruising, the Illumina’s adjustment range adapts to your needs. Internally, Illumina uses TOKICO’s sophisticated multi-stage, variable-aperture piston and valve system combined with a five-position bypass shutter-valve. This valve system allows simultaneous rebound and compression damping adjustment. A shutter-valve detent permits making easy adjustments, so that you can make quick changes and still know which setting you’ve chosen.
Fits 1987-1993 Mustang
All Tokico products are covered by a 3 year warranty against defects in materials or workmanship.
Tokico is a leading manufacturer of Mustang shocks and struts and has been manufacturing other quality components for over 50 years. Tokico also supplied Ford with the original equipment shocks on the Bullitt and Mach 1 Mustangs for a better suspension. Whether you need the famous Tokico Blue Shock, HP series, 5 way adjustable, Illumina, or the D-spec shocks, we have you covered!
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