Viking shocks anyone?

Knebel

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Does anyone have expierience with the double adjustable viking shocks? How would they compare to bilsteins or even the KYB?

I am looking to replace my monroe airshocks in the back soon and want to get something that is a little more performance oriented. I have KYB gas adjust in the front, however, I like the Idea of adjustability to tune the shock to my liking.

Anyone got expierience with those shocks?
 

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Lots of people like them for drag racing, haven't ever heard of a review of them for the street
 

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Note: KYB does not make rear shocks for Chrysler and Plymouth 1972 thru 1973 c-body cars. They used to but the part # is obsolete. C&P shock is longer than Dodge.
 

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I found out that Viking is actually done by engeneers that left qa1... havent looked more into it yet because I have other areas i need to attend!
 

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I have them front and rear on my heap.
For racing purposes the adjustment is great.
For street driving seems like overkill.
Good product so far,
 
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