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SEMA Parts: Penske Racing Shocks - Web Exclusive

Professional grade racing shocks for any application.

Ezekiel Wheeler
Nov 5, 2012
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Born from Formula1, Indy and NASCAR Penske Racing Shocks is in the market to develop the very best in tailored suspension needs and applications. Seeing as the company currently supplies 7 Formula1 teams and practically all the Indy teams it goes without saying that they know what it takes to win. Their new Porsche 997 coilover suspension system isn’t exactly the off the shelf part many of us are used to, but you do gain a full suspension system that is built to your exact racing specifications.

Considering Penske clearly doesn’t know how to do off-the shelf products, these shocks are the very best of what real racecar drivers use to win. Forged aluminum one-piece reservoirs and a $200 (per strut) anti-corrosion carbon black finish should put into perspective the quality you get when purchasing a set for your race project.

Penske’s High Performance Street shocks are available on a range of Porsche 911 applications including the Turbo, GT2 and GT3. Not to mention, we got the scoop on the company developing an E36/E46/E92 M3 applications. Prices for the Porsche applications start around $6000.
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