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A SHOCKing Education for Motorsport Enthusiasts

Fountain Valley, CA – October 2008: The high performance shock absorber specialists at Radflo Suspension Technology have just launched a new website geared towards racing competitors and serious automotive enthusiasts. The site offers a completely new, in-depth look at the company's extensive range of suspension damping solutions for all types of motorsport applications.

Radflo's new website was designed to help consumers make sense of the technology behind professional racing shocks. Standard and optional features are demystified to help visitors identify the specifications that provide the greatest value. At a time when consumers are investing more wisely on performance improvements, expect to be pleasantly surprised by the company's competitive prices.

In addition to the highly educational content, Radflo also offers media resources such as online press releases, racing news and a one-step subscription process to receive automatic news updates. So whether your vehicle of choice is an open-wheel race car, extreme rock crawler, unlimited trophy truck or even a bone stock SUV for cruising the streets, Radflo can build a set of shocks specifically matched to your terrain and performance requirements.

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For more information, visit Radflo's new website at www.radflo.com.

About Radflo

Radflo Suspension Technology proudly manufacturers and supplies competition grade suspension dampers and racing accessories for all types motorsport applications. The extensive range of Radflo Shock Absorbers includes non-coil, coil-over, OE replacement, bypass and air shocks. Radflo also offers hydraulic bump stops, steering dampers and the innovative Hydra-Jac. Professional drivers and race teams from around the globe rely on Radflo to provide championship winning performance and dependability.

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