FOX RACING LIVE VALVE BAR-LINK AND X2 RESERVOIR

SEEN IN THE 54TH BAJA 500 PITS

Fox Racing is developing new products, and we saw two prototype suspension components on the Turbo R of Branden Sims and Talon 1000R of Zach Sizelove as they went through SCORE Tech.

Live Valve technology lets us tune our shocks on the fly, so why not apply Live Valve to sway-bar links? Branden Sims raced to second Pro Turbo at the 500 with Fox Racing Applied Development Live Valve links and a three-position (Hard/Medium/Soft) switch on his steering wheel. Tune your torsion bar on the fly!
Sims’ Turbo R also sports Fox Dual-Valve piggyback X2 shocks with remote reservoirs replacing the compression adjusters. Every time the shock compresses, fluid is circulated through dual fluted reservoirs for extra cooling, and Live Valves control compression damping.
Sizelove’s Pro NA-winning Talon has RC2 mechanical compression adjusters instead of the Live Valve compression rheostat on the optional remote reservoir.
The external reservoir billet mount threads into the Fox Podium 2.5 RC2 shock, and the hoses attach to the mount to add shock fluid capacity and cooling surface area.

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