Shock rebuild and service on most major brands including: Bilstein, Penske, Ohlins, Integra, A.R.S.
From asphalt to dirt we services all types of race vehicles. We have serviced and re-valved most series including:
Nascar Camping World East
ASA Challenge and ASA S.A.T.
Nascar weekly series
Dirt late model
Asphalt and Dirt modifieds
MMRA Baby Grand Stock cars
And many more
- Is your car not handling as good as it did in the past and you don’t know why?
- Does your car’s handling fade early into the race?
- How well are you maintenancing your shocks???
Shock absorbers maintenance is as important as any other mechanical part on your car. At a bare minimum shocks should be dyno’ed yearly to verify they are performing correctly. Problems such as worn seals, torn o-rings and air in the oil will show up on the dyno. If you think a shock may have been damaged in a wreck have it dyno’ed. A dyno run is cheap insurance.
Shock absorbers should be periodically rebuilt. There are several “rules of thumb” as to how often; every 1,000 laps, every 30 hours of practice and racing and/or yearly. There’s a reason for this. Shock absorbers are more than just a cylinder with a piston. Every shock has seals, o-rings, oil, shims, bleeds and often a gas bag and springs. As a shock is raced all of these parts are subject to wear and a heat cycle. It’s possible for dirt to be pulled past the rod seal and cause wear. Oil can become aerated and burned. All of this degrades a shock’s performance.
We use Roehrig Engineering’s Dynamometer to test and evaluate each shock that we service. “Roehrig sets the standard in the auto racing world.”
Please call for information on our rental program. 615-405-8771
- Currently we only offer rentals in Bilstein, Ohlins CCJ, and Penske 7500 series.