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out of my price range!
 

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Racer Tech has been working with JRi for a while now on RZR and Maverick systems. We are a dealer for them and can get you the stock replacement shocks now. They aren't currently on our website yet because we finally launched our brand new site this week but they will be soon.

JRi has more technology than all the other shock companies combined as far as I'm concerned and we've been developing some seriously cool stuff with their engineers. Some of which will come out soon and some a while from now. We will be bringing them with us in full force as we begin to launch our Maverick product line we've been working on for months now. (More on that part soon)

They currently have an industry first, shaft mounted compression adjuster which is a big deal in itself for several reasons. They also just released the ECX-3 which is a 3 way adjustable shock which will seriously blow peoples minds. The Maverick shocks are 2.5" front and rear with true 2.5" reservoirs. This is another big deal most shock companies skimp on. The fluid capacity on these things is amazing.

We are currently taking orders for shaft adjustable ECX-1 shocks at $650 each or $2,600 per full kit. Please call to order until the site is set up. Racer Tech and JRi may be brand new to the Maverick world but I assure you, once we've both fully arrived you'll see the experience we are bringing will change the game. ;)
You just set the bar pretty high...can't wait to see what you have to offer and if it lives up to expectations.
 

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LOL, that would be funny. I was wondering how that would work with the app and all. If someone was around you that had the same shocks, could you adjust theirs on accident?

I really like how its something new and something cool but they have to take batteries and i honestly just see it as something else going wrong. Regardless its cool.
Fox released something for mountain bikes about 15 years ago that was a self adjusting shock that adjusted something like 200 times a second, I think it was call the Brain. It was pretty cool but never took off.
Alex - I know this all to well. If was JV between FOX Shox and Specialized bicycles. They were fully adjustable air shocks with remotely located reservoirs for easy access to the adjustments. What really hurt them was that Specialized made them build it to their spec and put Specialized labeling on the shocks. I think if they had let Fox develop the shocks and put the Fox badging on them, it would have been more well received by the consumer market. It lasted for about 5 years or so from around 2004 to 2009 when they quit the JV development.
 
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