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929 Rear Shock question - Revalve or replace?
One day I'll be employed again, and I can actually work on my 929. For now it doesn't cost me anything to ogle parts...
So, from what I gather, the stock 929 shock isn't very good. I've narrowed it down to a couple of options:
1) Do a RaceTech re-valve and re-spring; or
2) Buy a Penske 8983
The most cost effective route would be to go RaceTech. My concern with that is even though a new piston/valving and spring would help loads, would I still be limited by the stock shock's adjust-ability? Online research has mentioned that the stock clickers don't do much of anything when making changes on compression and rebound.
FWIW, I'd be doing the front also.