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Author Topic:   What shocks and springs on 3200lbs car
tyler weiss
Member
posted August 13, 2002 10:51 PM

We just ordered new shocks and springs for our car. the car has a camaro front clip and a minimum wait of 3200lbs. the track is a 3/8 medium banked mostly dry and slick. This is what we ordered 97 shock for left rear 96 for right rear 78 for right front and a 77 for left front. for rear spring we got 200 for right and 250 for left. Is this close to what we need if not what do you suggest.


Dunbar
Member
posted August 14, 2002 04:50 PM
I really dont know about a camaro but on my sportsman car I ran LF 1000 RF 1200 LR 250 RR 200. I used pro shocks the 1's that went in stock location and I got the shocks through midwest motorsports 1-800-262-5033


DMA Racing
Member
posted August 14, 2002 08:31 PM
hey, i have the same shocks with 1,000lf 1,200rf 200 lr 175 rr 3100lb camaro works real good till it gets real dry


GnarlyCar
Member
posted August 14, 2002 10:48 PM
I ran a metric chassis for a few years, and I dunno if the front suspension goemetry's the same, but I ran a 900 LF 1000 RF and 175s across the back. DMA, you might wanna take note of this..the thing was a rocket on a dry track..I think the softer springs did it. Most of the other guys were running stuff like what you've got, and a lot of em had way more motor than I did. The best thing I ever did, though was run the Koni adjustable stock-mount shocks. They fit the stock mounting location rules, and dont make you buy a dozen shocks to try and figure out how to make your car work.

Good Luck,
Matt


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