The folks at Daystar have rolled out a unique, strong, tunable bumpstop inspired by race bumpstops. They're calling it the "Stinger."
The Stinger uses Daystar's revolutionary EVS foam technology. EVS is a microcellular foam material that is available in two different densities. EVS has a true progressive spring rate and is designed to be cycled thousands of times without degrading. Each Stinger bumpstop can carry between one and three EVS foam inserts, allowing the user to easily adjust the firmness of the bumpstops.
The outer shell of the Stinger is machined from heavy gauge tubing. The piston shaft has a bronze guide that ensures long life. The Stinger is fully rebuildable and is sold in two different lengths. Daystar says the Stinger will work with most racing-style "bump can" mounts, while wend-on and bolt-on mounts are available separately.
With a base MSRP of only $109.95 each, Daystar notes that the Stinger is a fraction of the cost of a nitrogen-charged bumpstop.