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Old 03-16-2017, 09:50 PM   #1
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Hello, I'm new to the forum and I was hoping for some help adjusting my new Viking coilovers. The coilovers are 12 way double adjustable and they are on a 2000 camaro full body weight. The car makes 530whp, 630wtq, auto 4l60e w/ yank 4000 stall and is sitting on Mickey Thompson drag radials. Idk if it help but I live in Chicago. I appreciate any help with setting them up for the track. Thank
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I would suggest starting with what Viking says for your power level in the paper work you receive with the shocks and then take the car to the track and get some good video's of what the suspension is doing and send it to us we can usually get you in the ballpark. I would also suggest logging the changes you make on the shocks.
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