In keeping with the front suspension, the rear layout is clean and travel is long. Since rear trailing arms can be much longer than front control arms, rear travel is a whopping 37 inches. FST worked overtime fabricating gussets and tabs that sport flowing lines and are lightened up with go-fast holes. In contrast with the frontend, the coilover sits closer to the suspension pivot, and the bypass is situated a few inches farther toward the rear. Dunbar Spring provided the front and rear coils surrounding the Bilstein 9100s. Mounting the lower shock pivot inside the trailing arm (as opposed to on top) allows the shock to be mounted lower in the chassis and fights the trailing arms' tendency to rotate laterally while cycling up and down.