JRi Shocks is well-known for its shock-absorber technology, which has a history of championship performance in various forms of motorsports.
The purchase enables Arnott to expand its air-suspension products within the performance and luxury light-vehicle market as well as within the powersports industry.
In the 30 years, Arnott has grown into a global company, with more than 350 SKUs for more than 800 applications, and occupies a 20-acre manufacturing facility and research and development center in Merritt Island, Florida.
Built to original equipment specifications, the Arnott compressor is manufactured using quality components and connects directly into the vehicle’s air lines and electrical connector.
The kit includes Arnott’s patented electronic bypass module (U.S. Patent No. 9,329,917) to eliminate suspension-related dash-panel error messages.
The Arnott-engineered struts, AS-3031 and AS-3030, feature premium Eibach monotube dampers precisely valved to provide OE-like ride comfort and handling.
Arnott struts feature custom-tuned, premium Eibach monotube dampers and cross-axis, multi-ply ContiTech air sleeves.
The premium conversion kit includes Eibach front and rear shocks.
Arnott Air Suspension Products recently introduced new, Arnott-engineered aftermarket air suspension struts for the front right side and front left side of the 2006 to 2011 Audi A6, Avant, allroad Quattro and S6 (C6 Chassis; TYP 4F).
Arnott’s aftermarket air springs for the Range Rover are built with rugged multi-ply Vibracoustic air bladders along with heavy-duty crimping rings and bump stops.
The Arnott shock replaces the worn OE shock without requiring any modifications. Arnott assembles and packages these replacement shocks in the U.S. and backs them with the company’s limited lifetime warranty.
The parts are in stock and available for immediate shipping. The air struts retail for $525.50 each, and are available from Arnott as part number AS-2603 (right) and AS-2604(left). A $200 core charge applies to each part.