Dodge Viper Shock Package (1996 – 2014 )





Penske Racing Shocks is the world leader in suspension technology, having won countless races and championships in F1, ALMS, Indy Car, Tudor/IMSA series, and NASCAR among others. The same race-winning technology is now offered in the highest quality shock packages designed specifically for the Dodge Viper. Our promise is to exceed all expectations for the handling, comfort, and performance of your Viper.

For the 1996-2014 Viper, both front and rear shocks are inline mono-tube style shocks. They are built with the same components and by the same technicians that serve the above mentioned professional racing series.

The 8300 series double adjustable package features a single shaft rebound adjuster and a high-speed compression adjuster on the remote reservoir. This is the latest entry-level, double adjustable shock offered by Penske Racing Shocks.

The 8700/8760 series triple adjustable package features a single shaft rebound adjuster and independent high and low-speed compression adjustment on the remote reservoir.

Both packages are available with the optional dual-bleed shaft adjuster which was developed for F1. This option allows independent low-speed compression and rebound adjustment by bleeding off the main piston. Read more about dual-bleed technology here.

Unlike the competitor’s less expensive packages, all of our suspension builds are tailored to you. We will recommend dyno curves and spring rates but a phone call is typically necessary to understand how you want your car to perform. Part of The Penske Advantage is having your own personal shock technician at your disposal to listen to your needs and to share our experiences at no additional cost.

Custom Hyperco or Eibach spring rates and lengths are available (SOLD SEPARATELY)

The Penske Advantage

  • Penske High Quality Appearance and Performance
  • Adjustable Ride Height
  • User Friendly Adjuster Knobs
  • 2.50″ ID Spring Hardware is included
  • Custom Valved to Your Exact Car Specs
  • 100% Engineered, Manufactured, and Hand Built in the USA.

Read more about the 8300 series shock HERE

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