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Fox Racing Shox Introduces new Position-Sensitive Side x Side Shock

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The all-new Position-Sensitive 2.0 (available with DSC) gives you position-sensitive damping for the optimal compression damping at each phase of the stroke, and its wide range Dual Speed Compression adjustability allows a set-up that’s perfect for driver style and course condition.The internal bottom-out cup provides additional damping at the very bottom of the stroke to give you the ability to

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