ORI Struts ramps up manufacturing capability for monster mud and stadium truck applications with shipment of its first strut sporting 24” of stroke, with up to 30” stroke not far behind.
Extreme motorsports will never look back. ORI’s long popular smooth riding, super stable STX nitrogen strut combined with its new 5-stage externally-adjustable modular compression damping reservoirs and just-released 7-position externally-adjustable rebound damping for heavy, high-impact applications, redefines “ride control” with quality and features that will take you past red-line.
ORI Struts is catching local attention in Georgia news. The story highlights how Mark and Marie Jensen turned their off-road hobby into a business. ORI Struts now employs 16 employees to keep up with the flood of orders from all around the world. In 1984 Mark built his first sand rail with independent suspension. “I found that the weakest part of the sand rail was stability,” he said. “I came up with the idea for a strut to cure the problem and got a patent on it.”
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We ran the Line Mountain race for the first time last weekend. The changes to the struts that Mark walked me through have made a massive difference in the truck! Now that I have a better understanding of the inner workings I am sure I can continue to make small changes and only get faster. Since we put 2 on the rear trailing arms they really seem to attract a lot of attention and people have a lot more questions.
Barry Thompson makes his winning 1st place run at Twitty’s Mud Bog in Ulmer, South Carolina. Barry is riding atop four 20” stroke ORI struts with ORI’s new high-capacity integral reservoirs. Barry likes the externally-adjustable compression damping these new reservoirs provide.
Gudbjørn Grimsson sets 2014 hydroplaning record—54 mph across more than 1000 feet of an Icelandic river in his ORI STX strut-equipped 1,600 HP formula off-road racer.
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