When you are ready to take your drag racing vehicle to the next level, the next step is the installation of double adjustable shocks. Jason Intravaia installed a pair of front adjustable shocks on his 1000+ HP ’79 Camaro. As all experienced drag racers know, adjustability is a priceless asset. Adjustable shocks allow for changes to your vehicle to accommodate various track conditions. Double adjustable gives you control over the compression and rebound. A common setting for a drag racer is to set their double adjustable shocks with a rebound softer than the compression for the optimum weight transfer. Then you test the car and adjust the settings until you get maximum performance.
Jason has chosen the Strange S5067 Shock for his ’79 Camaro. These are built from lightweight aluminum and have nine adjustment settings. Custom valving is also available. Plus they can be rebuilt.
This shock install is best performed on a lift, but can be done with the proper tools and jack stands.

After the old shocks are removed. Then the new units are installed through the A-arm and attach in the stock location.

A slight modification may have to be done to the A-arm to clear the adjuster knob.
The Strange shocks install easily and can be used with an OEM style spring.
Shock installation is complete and ready to race.