8760 Triple Adjustable Shocks
The 8760PB-Drag is our best shock option for drag racing. The 8760 is a high quality piggy back triple adjustable shock that uses standard Penske parts. With separate high and low speed compression adjustability, and separate rebound adjustability, tuning your suspension for different track conditions and spring rates is easy. The separate compression adjustments are a must for Pro Stock, Pro Mod, and Top Sportsman teams looking to compete at the top levels. These separate adjustments make it easy to tune for the launch, track transitions, and down track. With less adjustable shocks, you have to sacrifice one end of the track to be optimum at the other end, with the 8760, you no longer need to do that. Stock, this shock comes with the air eyelet option, allowing for down track stability and control.
All aluminum parts make this shock durable and extremely light in weight.
Remote canister with larger nitrogen volume which makes the shock more repeatable at variable running temperatures
Revalveable using standard Penske piston and shim stacks, endless shim combinations make it possible to tune yours suspension for your exact feel
Three Way Adjustable
18 clicks of high speed compression
25 clicks of low speed adjustment
50 Clicks of rebound with air adjustment
Engineered, designed, and assembled in the US
Sold in pairs. Springs not included.
All shocks are hand built, so please allow up to 14 days for delivery.
How often should I have my shock serviced?
We recommend having your shocks serviced once a year minimum. This means having all replacing seals, piston bands, having shaft polished, and bodies and other crucial bore surfaces checked for wear.
Can I mount these shocks body up or down?
These shocks have a piston separating the oil and nitrogen, so you can mount them either way
What gas pressure should I run in my shocks?
Penske Drag Standard is 50psi.
Is it normal to have zero or negative pre-load when my suspension is fully extended?
Yes, a drag suspension is built longer for tire removal, the chassis will not see this extension on the track.
How do the adjusters work?
Clockwise is tighter(stiffer) counter clockwise looser (softer)
What does the air eyelet option do?
It allows you to run a more aggressive rebound set-up on the launch, which is when it is critical to control the chassis movements. Then, at a set time after the launch, you can bleed the air out of the eyelet which will allow your suspension to soften a bit, and allow it to absorb bumps.