I’ve been looking into the E-Clik system for quite some time. Also spent some time watching through the KeepItDirty videos. One thing I want to point out, for the sake of preventing misinformation, especially for Gen 3 guys is that the KeepItDirty dude constantly talks about calculations per second. In particular, he mentions that even Gen3 is still only 300/sec where as your module is 500/sec. According to the official FOX video, the Gen3 is also coming in at 500/sec. Check out this clip, around 2:15:
With that said, I still believe the system does look very impressive, especially as a retro fit for all the guys between 10-18. I think that is ultimately going to be the market for this product going forward. Seems to me that the Gen3 has pretty much caught up to your tech, so the market for those trucks is pretty much dead, with maybe the exception in fine tuning on algorithms. (Not a bash, just observation.)
For me personally, I’m struggling with the “rebound” issue you’ve mentioned for the FRS shocks. If I’m going to drop the cash on a live valve retro-fit, I want to also do a shock upgrade to the FRS as well.
With that in mind, is the rebound issue really in the FRS shocks specifically? If so, wouldn’t the Gen 3 guys be experiencing the same issues if they’ve upgraded to FRS? I’ve looked around but have not seen anyone complaining. This also seems like something the Ford and Fox engineers would’ve found when tuning/developing the live valve system on Gen3/FRS combos. Am I missing some critical piece of info here or are my observations astute?
In the event there still is no answer to this problem and I proceed with FRS shocks, can you explain the practical implications of the early release on the rebound? More bounce/bucking, not enough absorption on impact, etc?
Also, what types of scenarios/driving is expected to be impacted by the early release behavior? Full droop only, whoops, etc?