FOX Shock solutions for your side x side.
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FOX Top Technologies
FOX patented internal bypass technology offers position-sensitive damping designed to adapt to any terrain, on and off-road. By strategically placing shimmed ports along the wall of the internal body, oil is allowed to pass around the main piston like it does on our external bypass racing shocks, but in a compact package available in a wide range of sizes and developed for specific applications.
Bottom Out Control
Bottom-out control provides additional end-of-stroke compression damping for those really hard hits. Offers up to 30 percent more damping at the final 25 percent of travel. You'll be comfortable with improved small-bump compliance at the beginning of the stroke, while still maintaining the ability to absorb huge impacts effectively.
Quick Switch 3
The QS3 adjuster gives you three specially tuned, easy-to-use low-speed compression damping settings. The first offers maximum comfort, the second provides support during hard acceleration and cornering, and the third gives the most responsive and stable handling at high speeds.
Duel Speed Compression
The DSC adjuster allows you to fine tune your ride to meet the unique demands your driving style and conditions provide. The low-speed adjuster controls your UTV's chassis movements during cornering, braking, and accelerating and, it allows you to maximize compliance and traction. The high-speed adjuster helps you resist bottoming out your UTV's suspension over high-frequency bumps and big impacts.
Adjusting the shock's rebound allows you to fine tune your ride and adjust to different spring rates, terrain, and vehicle speeds. The rebound damping affects how quickly the shock extends (rebounds). It will affect how quickly the vehicle rolls/pitches under acceleration and braking and will also affect how quickly the wheels rebound when travelling through a series of large bumps.
Dual-Rate spring set-up is accomplished with two different springs connected by a spring divider that move together until the spring divider contacts the cross-over rings. When this happens, the more comfortable and compliant combined spring rate of the two springs working together transitions to the lower spring becoming the primary spring. Usually, the lower spring is a higher, more supportive spring rate used to prevent bottom outs from large impacts.