Tire sizes on 2023 r2



Well-Known Member
Dec 5, 2013
Madison, IN
That makes no sense at all.

@SuperATV, can you explain to us how the LV shock knows what angle they are at as viewed front to back and how this sets fault codes and what those codes are?

Also, find a new dealership.
It eliminates the steering sensor functions of the Live Valve. Other than that it won't effect anything else. Just the functions tied into the OEM power steering unit. You will still have full Live Valve shock function.

Example, you slam hard into a turn and the Live Valve would automatically go full-hard on the outer shocks. The LV won't automatically sense that high speed turn now. Nothing else is effected.

We had to put the same fitment wording on the Polaris models with Dynamix and Can-Am models with Smart-Shox suspension. It still works just fine, you just lose the steering sensor functions.

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