Awesome Rear Shocks that Improve Travel, Reduce Fade, and Feature Adjustable Bypass Systems The stock Fox rear shocks of the Raptor are excellent, but if you really want to maximize the rear-end travel and off-road performance, your aggressive 2010 to 2014 SVT Raptor build is going to need a little help from our friends over at ICON vehicle dynamics and their 3.0 RXT Rear Bypass Shocks. These ICON rear Raptor shocks were designed from the ground up to help maximize the travel of your SVT Raptor's rear suspension, and when combined with ICON's Raptor Rear Bump Stop Kit and ICON's Raptor RXT Rear Leaf Springs, your Raptor can get up to a whopping 15" of rear wheel travel. The 3.0 RXT Bypass rear shocks are also built extremely tough and include both a bypass design specially-designed remote-mounted oil reservoirs that give your Raptor a huge improvement in off-road suspension performance which will allow you to take your aggressive truck just about anywhere you please at any speed you'd like.
Powerful Bypass Shocks with Offset Mounting and Remote Reservoirs The 3.0 RXT Rear Shocks feature one of the industry's most unique shock designs so that your Raptor gets more performance and more rear travel than your competition. The RXT rear shocks have a unique side-mounted upper mounting eyelet that increases the shock's overall up-travel while still being able to bolt-on in the factory location. The shocks come standard with three bypass tubes that are each replaceable and feature detented adjustment knobs that allow for fine-tuning and removal without special tools. The shocks have a massive 3" diameter body with a huge oil capacity that's further fed and cooled by a billet remote reservoir with a patent pending recirculating dual hose that effectively moves hot oil from the shock body to the reservoir to cool. The shocks' bypass system combines high resolution valves with CNC machined, welded bypass blocks, and specially-designed valve seats to give your truck precise tuning of its rear rebound and compression, higher bypass flow, and low levels noise with a clicking sound that's common in most bypass systems. The shocks are topped off with a multi-stage cad plated finish with black anodized caps and come standard with protective shin guards for their shafts.