Ksport USA announces Nissan Cube Damper Systems

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KSport Introduces Nissan Cube Damper Systems


September 18 2009

KSport USA is pleased to announce the release of their 2010-Model Kontrol Pro and GT Pro Damper Systems for the Nissan Cube. The Nissan Cube is a Mini-MPV which is currently being produced for the North American and Japanese Domestic Markets, and is planned for release across Europe.

The 2010 Kontrol Pro and GT Pro Damper Systems for the Nissan Cube include all of the features one would expect of KSport coilovers, including quality and flexible performance. The recently improved Electro-plated shock body, Pillowball Upper Mounts in the front, rear Aluminum Top Mounts, as well as the increased strut body diameter and a color change all come together to complete the performance and aesthetics people have become accustomed to when using KSport Damper Systems. The recently improved shock electro-plating means the KSport Damper Systems last through the elements. Whether road grime, water, mud, or sand and dirt, KSport Damper Systems are engineered to overcome the abuse seen by both track and street cars. The aluminum rear mounts allow for a lightweight, yet durable and solid strut mounting point. KSports patented Pillow Ball Upper Mounts, which are found on the front struts for the Nissan Cube Damper Systems allow for increased adjustability, and are more durable than stock shock mounts. KSport has also changed the color of their shock bodies from the previous silver finish to a more subtle gloss black.

Since many Cube owners will likely be seeking an extremely low ride height, many end users will be taking advantage of KSports adjustable lower mount in order to achieve an aggressive stance for their vehicle. By using an adjustable lower shock mount, KSport Dampers allow independent adjustment of both ride height and spring pre-load. This has multiple advantages, including increased shock longevity as well as improved tuning of suspension systems. By allowing independent adjustment of both spring pre-load as well as ride height, the shock is able to retain full travel while the vehicle can be raised or lowered to the vehicle owners