Does anyone have a shock valving recipe to share? I have a two-seat XP turbo. It has the fox internal bypass shocks. Stock, there's 24 clicks of compression adjustable total, I had the front shocks 21 clicks in and the rear shocks all the way out at zero. I found the front springs to be way too soft and the rear springs to be too stiff. So with the compression adjusted that way the car seemed to ride fairly well. I just installed the shock therapy 3+ spring kit, which consists of four new front springs and the crossover, and two new upper rear springs with the crossover. I've only had it out for about an hour drive and it's much much improved. I'm trying it with 0-6 clicks in to start with. I also adjusted the crossovers up from the recommendations because it was still too firm. I've re-valved my own shocks on my super duty, they're bypass shocks. I've also set up the suspension on a race rhino that I built and a pre-runner. So I know how to do shock work. But, these internal bypass shocks are a little more complicated. I've heard over and over that shock therapy can do wonders with them, but I really don't want to spend $750 for something I can do my self for probably $40 in shims. I have not contacted pound sand to see what his prices are. And there's a couple of guys local to me that supposedly can we do them for $260 or something, but again, that's more than $40. And I would really like to do them myself. I think what needs to be done is drill the bypass ports out a little bit to give a smoother ride at slow speed and washboards, and make the valving a little stiffer so you have a better bump zone. Also, maybe put a flutter stack in, and maybe just in the rear only? Below are a couple of pictures of the Manual showing the shock specs, and that translated to the fox valving chart shows the rear at a 90 pound compression, and 80 pound rebound. It puts the front at 90 pound compression and 70 pound rebound. Buy pound, I'm referring to the # number in the fox valving chart.