The 8300 series double adjustable, coil over shock provides the versatility of separate compression and rebound adjustments with the use of a remote or piggyback external reservoir. The wide adjustment range makes this shock easily adaptable to varying track conditions. Penske Racing Shocks are custom built to your exact specifications. We understand that no two cars are the same and an off the shelf shock wouldn’t work for all chassis. Our technicians consider a number of variables to ensure you receive a truly custom shock that will perform for your needs.
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Repeatable Performance – Increased Nitrogen Volume Yields Repeatability at Variable Running Temperatures
Durable Aluminium Components are Lightweight
Easily Adjustable – 20 Clicks of Compression and 20-50 positions of rebound depending on eyelet option.
Revalvable – A Variety of Pistons and Shim Stacks Provide Unlimited Customization
What is the Adjustment Range of the 8300
- The 8300 has two external adjusters.
- The standard knob style compression adjuster allows for 20 different positions of adjustment and the range is generally 150 – 175 lbs.
How do I determine what length shock I need?
This if crucial to ensure your suspension operates correctly. You must measure one front and one rear corner to get the following dimensions. Measure from upper shock mount to lower shock mount.
- Fully extended length
- Fully compressed
- At ride height
These measurements will help determine what length shock you need. At ride height generally, you will want as much bump/compression stroke as possible and roughly 1″ – 2″ of droop/extension travel.