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Polaris RZR XP 900 Shock Upgrade

Polaris RZR XP 900 Shock Upgrade

Shock Service & Upgrade Information:

Just like the engine oil in your car, the oil in your shocks will need attention as well. All shocks have a finite life based on the quality of the oil; the shear properties of the oil break down over time, losing their damping characteristics.

You can keep your UTV shocks at top-level performance by getting serviced by the same FOX technicians the pros depend on, utilizing genuine FOX parts and fluids.

And while you are in the process of servicing your shocks, you might as well check out the upgrade options available directly from FOX.

FOX has produced over 60,000 shocks that were installed by the factory on Polaris RZR S, RZR 4 and RZR XP. These original equipment shocks come with low-speed compression adjustment and work well in a wide variety of situations. If you are looking to improve shock performance, and don’t want to spend thousands on new shocks, FOX can help. FOX Racing Shox technicians can not only perform service that will keep your shocks running like new, but they can also upgrade your OE shocks so you can get more performance out of the shocks you have.

Upgrade your Polaris RZR XP shocks without breaking the bank. Save thousands over replacing your stock FOX by upgrading with one of our 3 upgrade options. Choose from dual-speed compression, rebound adjustability, or the complete Stage 3 package, and get serviced by the same FOX technicians the pros depend on.

Stage 1: Dual Speed Compression

Fox RZR XP Shock Upgrade

The Dual-Speed Compression adjuster allows you to fine tune your ride to a wider range of driving styles and riding conditions. You can now adjust the shock’s high- and low-speed compression damping by simply turning the external adjusters, which allows you to maximize small bump compliance and traction while keeping the extra damping required for big hits.

Stage 2: Rebound and Racing Parts

Fox RZR XP Shock Upgrade

Rebound adjustment, FOX high-flow racing piston, and valving set up.

Stage 3: Dual-speed Compression, Rebound, and racing parts

Fox RZR XP Shock Upgrade

Upgrade to the same performance and features as the2.0 Piggyback RC2 coil-over shock. Includes DSC, rebound adjustment, FOX high-flow racing piston, and valving set up.

Upgrade Steps:

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Review:

Low-Speed Compression Adjustment
Low-Speed Compression Adjustment primarily affects the compression damping during slow suspension movements such as g-outs or smooth jump landings. Choose a setting that gives good body control (roll in corners, dive under braking, squat under acceleration, etc.) without causing excessive harshness or loss of traction.

High-Speed Compression Adjustment
High-Speed Compression Adjustment mainly affects the compression damping during medium to fast suspension movements such as steep jump faces, harsh flat landings and aggressive whoops. The goal is to run as little high-speed compression damping as possible without bottoming out so your ride across the choppy dunes is as smooth as possible.

Rebound Adjustment
 

How to Buy:

Call FOX at 1.800.369.7469 to discuss upgrade options or send us an email.

Once you get a Return Authorization number, send your shocks in to the FOX service center nearest you:

FOX Service Center
130 Hangar Way
Watsonville, CA 95076

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FOX Midwest Service Center
3043 Kappel Road
Brainerd, MN 56401

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Manufacture Info:

Fox Racing Shox

Fox Racing Shox

For 36 years, FOX Racing Shox has been the industry leader in the design and development of high performance shock absorbers and racing suspension products for snowmobiles, mountain bikes, motorcycles, ATVs, UTVs and off-road cars and trucks. For more information please visitwww.foxracingshox.com
 

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