Anyone using Fox 2.o Performance smooth bodies? (1 Viewer)

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Anyone using Fox 2.0 Performance smooth bodies?

I called Down South today and it sounds like these have only been on the market about a year. The Fox Performance series 0-2 inch lift smooth bodies with no remote reservoir look to cost about $500 for all 4. To me that is pretty cheap. I feel that they should be much better than OME or other companies that just re badge other peoples shocks as their own. Obviously they wont be as good as a quality remote reservoir shock. I have OME 861/862 springs in now and might add some spacers to get a little more (1") height. But overall i am happy with the height i have with BFG AT 285s. No plans to go bigger than 33". I figure these shocks should be a nice improvement over OEM shocks i have. Is anyone using these shocks? Any impressions?
 

Finnyfam60

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I believe they are called ifp's. Search for fox. I and a dozen or more others have installed and reviewed these recently.
 
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Make sure it has a piston separating the oil in a floater in the shock body or resevoir or you might as well buy the $30 procomps
 

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I'm running them and I like em thus far. Havent really wheeled them hard yet so dont know that side of the story but so far so good.
 

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You should be able to adjust the nitrogen charge and valving no? If you tune em I'm sure they'll make a world of difference.
 
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I currently run them as well. I have the factory valving. You can see my sig below. I like them so far. The Fox website says they are rebuildable and revalvable but I don't see a shrader valve like the emulsion shocks.
 

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