The ICON Vehicle Dynamics Stage 2 3.0 complete suspension system for the 2022-UP Toyota Tundra builds upon the Stage 1 3.0 suspension system with the upgrade to 3.0 Series rear remote reservoir shocks with CDCV. To compliment the 3.0 Series rear remote reservoir shocks, 3.0 Series CDCV front coilovers are included along with tubular front upper control arms, a billet rear upper/lower link combo, and a front sway bar drop kit. This system offers improved on- and off-road performance with adjustable compression damping, as well as improved alignment specs and increased front-end lift height range for a proper stance and fitment of up to 35" tires.
This Stage 1 system features the 2022-UP Toyota Tundra VS 3.0 Series remote reservoir front coilovers equipped with CDC Valves. These adjustable coilovers allow up to 2-3.5” of lift height adjustability over stock when using the ICON tubular front upper control arms, allowing the use of larger, more aggressive wheel and tire combinations. The larger 3.0 Series shocks offer 50% more piston surface area in the ride zone of the shock's travel, and 100% in the “Bump Zone”, compared to 2.5 Series shocks. The multi-stage hydraulic Bump Zone exponentially increases bottom-out resistance as the shock travels through the last 40% of travel, keeping vehicle dynamics in check during those hard hits or unexpected obstacles. The included ICON CDC Valves are externally adjustable valves that restricts oil flow into the reservoir which creates 10 levels of compression damping force ranges. Additionally, ICON’s Vehicle-specific shock length yields the maximum travel possible (up to 40% increase over stock), all translating into increased stability and vehicle control at the extremes of off-road use, with benefits also making themselves apparent in on-road driving conditions.
The included ICON tubular upper control arm kit is designed to improve the overall performance of the new 2022-UP Toyota Tundra with corrected front-end geometry, built in additional caster, and improved suspension component clearance. Additionally, replacing the OE ball joint with the all-new, serviceable, and rebuildable ICON Delta Joint PRO allows for full bump and droop travel of the front suspension while eliminating bind.
The included sway bar drop brackets help minimize sway bar link bind through the suspension travel range. This helps the suspension move more freely and allows for the full range of wheel travel without overstressing any OE components.
ICON billet aluminum adjustable rear upper and lower links are made from CNC machined 6061 aluminum and anodized for corrosion resistance. These link arm kits feature PTFE-lined FK rod ends for increased suspension articulation, reduced deflection, and on-vehicle link arm length adjustability using ICON’s double adjuster system. Additionally, multi durometer bushings are installed that allow for noise free operation and maximum angularity without the need for periodic greasing and/or other maintenance.
Rounding out the Stage 2 suspension system are 3.0 Series rear remote reservoir shocks specially tailored for the 2022-Up Tundra to yield 20% increase in wheel travel over stock. 3.0 Series shocks also boast 50% more piston surface area compared to 2.5 Series shocks, offering outstanding performance off-road and a smooth ride on the street. Increased internal oil volume and more external surface area compared to 2.5 Series Shocks, plus their remote reservoirs, offer even greater heat dissipation and resistance to shock fade under hard use. Also equipped with CDC Valves, these offer 10 settings of compression damping adjustment from soft to hard. Their pairing with the ICON V.S. 3.0 Series CDCV front coilovers results in balanced vehicle control from front to rear and an excellent overall driving experience for your Tundra.