Our bolt-on, Performance Series Coil-over IFP shock is loaded with advanced technology and a long list of features that set it apart. The precision, metal impact extruded aluminum body increases cooling capacity and is rust resistant. The vehicle-specific upper mount includes a composite bushing that isolates noise and vibration.
The Performance Series 2.0 IFP smooth body shocks contain the latest in shock technology to transform the performance of your Truck or SUV. They use our race-proven damping control to provide a comfortable on-road ride and predictable off-road handling in even the toughest conditions.
FOX’s state of the art Performance Series 2.0 iQS (Intelligent Quick Switch) shock offers on-the-fly compression damping adjustment from inside the vehicle. Intelligent Quick Switch (iQS) 3-position rocker switch adjusts all 4 corners simultaneously with Soft/Medium/Firm settings. The aluminum smooth body shock delivers FOX’s industry leading performance in a direct fit, easily installable package. Its heat reducing design includes an impact extruded clear anodized aluminum shock body that dissipates heat faster than a conventional steel body shock.
The aluminum bodied Performance Series 2.0 Reservoir smooth body shock delivers FOX’s industry leading and race dominating performance in an affordable, hassle-free bolt on package. Its heat reducing design includes a metal impacted clear anodized aluminum shock body that dissipates heat faster than a conventional steel body shock.
Our Performance Series 2.0 Coil-Over Snap Ring IFP shock is a bolt-on solution, loaded with a long list of features that set it apart. This includes a new custom-molded spring seat, allowing you to reuse your stock spring and mounting hardware, while providing excellent on- and off-road performance at an affordable price point. The precision, impact-extruded aluminum body is lightweight and rust resistant.
The Performance Series 2.0 IFP steering stabilizer helps take the load off your steering components and keep your tires tracking straight and true. Oversized off-road tires have a tendency to seek out traction in any direction. The large knobs and open tread pattern can cause your front end to wander on or off the road.
With conventional steering stabilizers, turning in one direction creates an increase in pressure inside the stabilizer as the shaft occupies more volume in the body and displaces the oil. The repercussion is a push or pull steering force felt by the driver as the stabilizer attempts to return to its neutral state. To overcome this unidirectional force, dual opposing stabilizers are often used, but this requires additional mounting hardware and space.