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I can find oval track ones everywhere but can't find the road course ones. I don't know what the difference is either since you choose your valving???
 

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Maybe they offererd one at one time? I can find a listing for Road Course Series 30 on koni's sight through a google search but can't find anything else. I see the 3012's but was researching cheaper options. I will be putting these on a Bart's work SLA as well so any tech you can offer on shocks or setup would be greatly appreciated. I have no setup info at all. I did find that most guys run around a 600lb/in front spring but have no rear spring info, alignment settings or ride height info. My car is a 98 Cobra BTW. My setup has never been mounted up before and it came with AFCO shocks. It also came with springs but they are 350lb/in and I feel that rhis will be too soft for a track only car. I am also guessing that the shock valving will be too soft so was thinking of just getting new springs and shocks for all 4 corners as It would be very inconvenient to trial/error a new valving package on my AFCO shocks and I don't know of a good shock service place to do them and get them right the first time.
 

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Which AFCO shocks do you have? I have run thier stuff for years and am pretty happy with it.

Speedway Motors does revalves, as does the AFCO factory. I have used both.

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Dave, I do not know which shocks they are. They do not appear to be adjustable or nitrogen filled. There is one knob or plug at one end with two small holes that some type of specific tool must fit. I do not know what that is for.
 
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