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Has anyone added air bumps to the rear of there Maverick? I'm pretty happy with my base 2.0 shocks for trail riding but if I overshoot a landing or g out in a dip it's brutal. Seems air bumps would be a good cheaper solution to solve the g out problem and not effect the plushness for average trail riding.
 

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Has anyone added air bumps to the rear of there Maverick? I'm pretty happy with my base 2.0 shocks for trail riding but if I overshoot a landing or g out in a dip it's brutal. Seems air bumps would be a good cheaper solution to solve the g out problem and not effect the plushness for average trail riding.
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Has anybody got a picture and how they are installed and how much? So sorry, never heard of these.
Fox bump


Rather big for a SxS, but can be spaced down for 2" travel.
A well valves shock with a dual rate spring set up with proper slider & cross over can do wonders on sucking up G outs.
 

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No doubt that new shocks is the ideal way to go. For someone like me who mostly trail rides but likes to air it out every now and then I think it could be an economical solution to the g out problem. A set of new shocks are 2000+. Two bumps for the rear would be less than 400 bucks with mounting cans.
 

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New shocks don't have to cost 2k+. We're working on the dual rate/revalve setup now like we do for the XRS 2.5 shocks and it should be in the 900-$1000 ballpark.
 

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Alex you think you will have a parts kit that we can just buy? springs and a revalve kit? for us guys that can work on shocks without shipping them? thats about the only thing holding me back is i dont want to ship them and not be able to use my mav.
 
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