Thanks ! I actually agree with your assessment about what these shocks actually are. I knew going in that it was just an electronic adjuster but it is kind of cool to be able to adjust on the fly. They aren't some kind of wunderkind because when I was coming back and noticed the wheel hop I changed my screen to the equally worthless ride command shock screen and it showed they were working properly. Polaris wins this one but I will not buy another one of their products so in the long run I win lol. Not really because the masses will still buy their productsI assure you fox will not give u any love on replacing a shock. And forget getting a replacement body from them or even getting ahold of someone that could expedite getting a body with scamdemic in full swing. I had to buy a used whole shock just 3 weeks ago when this happened to me.
I will also add that this issue I believe has nothing to do with the live valve system. Believe it or not these shocks are just regular bipass shocks with a electric adjuster in place of the compression clickers. Actually the turbo s live valve shocks have very similar workings and bodies that came on the fox equipped 16 and 17 xp turbos. Everyone thinks these shocks are some piece of majic but in reality it's just a regular old bipass shock with a electric motor that adjusts the clickers on the fly.