Fox Racing Shocks 2.5" Coil Over Body 10" Stroke 7/8" Diameter Shaft With Piggy Back Reservoir

Price is for a Pair of shocks

    These shocks have all the bells and whistles that Fox offers.
  • Kashima Coat
  • Dual Speed Compression Adjuster
  • Rebound Adjuster
  • BOC Bottom Out Control
Fox Racing Shocks 2.5" Coil Over Body 10" Stroke 7/8" Diameter Shaft With Piggy Back Reservoir

Suggested: $1,645.00 Kartek Price: $1,645.00

Sold As: 2 Fox Coil-Over Shocks

Part Number: FOX88508078

MFG Number: 885-08-078

Fox Racing Shocks 2.5" Coil Over Body 10" Stroke 7/8" Diameter Shaft With Piggy Back Reservoir
Originally developed for Weller Racing's SR1, this is Fox Shocks state of the art 2.5" Podium RC2 shock

From the finish line at the Indy 500 to the deserts of Dakar, FOX coil-over shocks have proven themselves as winners year after year. FOX engineers work only with the best spring manufacturers to develop winning spring/shock combinations. Whether you are upgrading your daily driver or building an unlimited trophy truck, FOX has a coil-over shock to fit your needs.

Factory Series 885-08-078 Dimensions:
Setup For Dual Spring Rate
24" Maximum Combined Total Spring Length
Typically Customers Purchase 10" Top Spring and 12" Bottom Spring
2.5" Diameter
10.0" Travel
29.750" Extended
19.750" Collapsed
2.5" x 10" Reservoir (Fixed Position)
0.875" Shaft Diameter
1.25" Mounting Width Between Tabs
Can use 1/2" or 12mm Shock Bolts

DSC Dual Speed Compression:
With DSC, you can adjust the shock's high and low-speed compression damping by simply turning the external adjusters. DSC allows you to maximize small bump compliance and traction while still having the extra damping required for big hits.

DSC Dual Speed Compression
Kashima Coat:
Buttery-smooth, Genuine Kashima Coat's distinctive gold color is backed by its high performance attributes — properties that provide an exceptionally smooth feel and EXTREME durability.

Genuine Kashima Coat
Bottom-Out Control
FOX's bottom-out control provides extra resistance against bottom-outs.

As the shock is compressed, the secondary piston will enter the bottom-out cup in the final 25% of travel to produce up to 3000 lbs of additional damping force. This allows the shocks to be tuned to give improved small bump compliance in the upper portion of the stroke, while still maintaining the ability to absorb huge impacts effectively.
BOC Bottom Out Control
Rebound Damping
Rebound damping controls the rate at which the shock returns after it has been compressed. The proper rebound setting is a personal preference, and changes with rider weight, riding style and conditions.

A rule of thumb is that rebound should be as fast as possible without kicking back or feeling bouncy. For slower rebound, turn the rebound adjuster knob clockwise. For faster rebound, turn the rebound adjuster knob counter-clockwise.

Fox Rebound Adjuster

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