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Competition Engineering Adjustable Drag Shocks C2610

Competition Engineering C2610 - Competition Engineering Adjustable Drag Shocks

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Shock/Strut, Monotube, Adjustable, Front, Buick, Chevy/Ford, Mercury, Oldsmobile, Pontiac, RWD, Each

Estimated Ship Date: Monday 3/2/2015 Would you rather pick it up? Select Location

Brand: Competition Engineering

Manufacturer's Part Number: C2610

Part Type: Shocks and Struts

Product Line: Competition Engineering Adjustable Drag Shocks

Summit Racing Part Number: CEE-2610

UPC: 084663026102

Internal Design: Monotube

Adjustable: Yes

Gas Charged: No

Extended Length (in): 15.340 in.

Collapsed Length (in): 9.620 in.

Bushing Material: Rubber

Bushing Color: Black

Boot Included: No

Body Diameter (in): 1.630 in.

Upper Mount: Stud

Lower Mount: Bar pin

Quantity: Sold individually.

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These Competition Engineering adjustable drag shocks offer a 3-way valving system to dial-in the extension/compression ratio needed for any track condition. The front shocks have three adjustable ratios of 90/10, 80/20, and 60/40. The ratios for the rear shocks are 70/30, 60/40, and 50/50. These numbers represent the percentage of force required to extend (first number) and compress (second number) the shock. By changing the settings on the front and rear shocks, you can dial-in the car to raise the front on initial launch for weight transfer, and then settle smoothly for a final charge to the finish line.

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Some parts are not legal for sale or use in California on any pollution-controlled motor vehicles

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