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Dirt Late Model Racer Devin Moran Switches to BILSTEIN AS2-R Shocks

Industry News   |   Posted: 06/16/2021
Posted by: Performance Business Media (PBM)

Dirt Late Model racer Devin Moran, who currently sits in the top 11 of the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series and also competes in World of Outlaws and other circuits, has announced his switch to BILSTEIN AS2-R shocks.

The 26-year-old from Dresden, Ohio, pilots a Longhorn Chassis powered by Clements Racing Engines for Tye Twarog Racing (TTR), and comes from a prominent racing family.

“I’m thrilled to be heading into the heart of the season on BILSTEIN AS2-R shocks,” said Moran, nicknamed Mailman. “The performance and versatility of the AS2-R Series can’t be matched, and being able to tune specifically for each track will give us an edge as we race for a championship. We are grateful for the phenomenal tech support and service we’ve received from BILSTEIN, they are a great to work with and a valued partner.”

Having competed since 2009, Moran is the son of one of the most successful Dirt Late Model racers of all time, hall-of-famer Donnie Moran. Donnie was also a BILSTEIN driver in the late-1990s.

BILSTEIN AS2-R Series shock absorbers are designed for motorsports applications and provide premium performance through superior tuning and modular design. The package features an aluminum-bodied remote reservoir with tunable base valve technology and several adjustment options mated to BILSTEIN’s AS2 Series aluminum modular shock.

The lightweight, threaded-body shock can be used with or without coilover hardware. The AS2-R Series shock absorbers offer racers a versatile damper that maximizes suspension travel and gives an endless range of options for tuning and upgradeability.


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Founded in 1873, BILSTEIN is the world’s leading manufacturer of shock absorbers and suspension technology. With their main headquarters located in Germany, BILSTEIN is an original equipment supplier to BMW, Jaguar, Mercedes-Benz, Porsche, GM, Chrysler, Ford, Toyota and many others. Today, BILSTEIN Aftermarket and Motorsports has grown to nearly 980 employees located in three locations around the United States and distributes more than 3,500 part numbers into the U.S. aftermarket. BILSTEIN operates within ThyssenKrupp Component Technologies Group. For more information, please visit