Shockwave Unveils New Suspension Module

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Suspension-seating manufacturer Shockwave introduced the S6 module with height adjust. Designed and manufac­tured in Canada, the S6 replaces the S5 suspension module.

“The S6 suspension module fills the gap in our product line between our recreational suspension module, the S5, and our professional suspension seat, the S2, to offer our customers a broader range of applications with a lighter-duty suspension system than our professional seats,” company owner and president David Smith said in a statement.


The S6 module can be paired with the Shockwave Commander seat or any seat with a common bolt pattern, according to the company. The unit will be available in September.


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