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Bilstein SZ Series Custom Shock

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Specs
Sold in Quantity:
Each
Shock Type:
Mono Tube
Finish:
Zinc
Upper Shock Mount:
1/2 Inch Eyelet
Lower Shock Mount:
1/2 Inch Eyelet
Shock Body Material:
Steel
Bushing Material:
Steel
Shock Stroke:
-
Shock Body Type:
Smooth
Shock Body Size:
Large Body
MFG. Part #:
-
Valve Positions:
-
Hardware Included:
No
Coil-Over Compatible:
Yes
Inside Diameter:
46
Extended Length:
-
Compressed Length:
-
Shock Eyelet Width:
.630
Body Diameter:
2.00
Bolt Hole Circle:
.500
Adjustability:
Non-Adjustable
Notes
MADE TO ORDER
Bilstein SZ Series Custom Shock

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Exclusively at Speedway Motors you can now order your custom Bilstein shocks online!

These Bilstein mono tube gas shocks feature digressive valving which delivers a new level of control by damping slow suspension movements more effectively while not allowing the chassis to be upset by sharp bumps.

Bilstein has set the standard for years in Sprint Cup, Indy Car and Formula 1. Now it is setting the standard for Modifieds, Late Models and Open Wheel! 

Choose:

  1. Stroke - 7 or 9"
  2. Rebound Valving - 00-90
  3. Compression Valving - 00-90
  4. Gas Pressure - Low, Standard, or High

Note: This shock is custom valved and assembled by our expert staff. Due to its custom nature, it cannot be returned for a refund.

Specs

7" Stroke
  • Comp. Length: 13.14"
  • Ext. Length: 20.00"
  • Body Dia.: 2"
9" Stroke
  • Comp. Length: 14.94"
  • Ext. Length: 23.44"
  • Body Dia.: 2"

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Product Q&A

7 questions : 7 answers

1 answers

How do you pressurize these bilstein shocks without a schrader valve? I'm just curious how these are rebuilt if I'm going to send some back to speedway for revalving. We can't run schrader valves and i'm not sure how you get the high pressures.

Ahlers
March 21, 2015

How do you pressurize these bilstein shocks without a schrader valve? I'm just curious how these are rebuilt if I'm going to send some back to speedway for revalving. We can't run schrader valves and i'm not sure how you get the high pressures.

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March 23, 2015
EricM
We have a special tool that allows us to pressurize the shock during assembly just like the factory does when assembling the shock when new.
1 answers

How much gas psi is set at low, std, and high?

Fly51
February 10, 2014

How much gas psi is set at low, std, and high?

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February 10, 2014
EricM
The gas pressure will vary some depending on the valving. This is due to different requirements of gas pressure to keep the shock from cavitating. This is especially true when looking at the low end of the gas pressure requirements. Here is a ballpark range to give you an idea, but please understand that this is not set in stone and it is possible that a shock will not be in this range due to minimum or maximum gas pressure restrictions of certain valving. Low - 50 to 80 psi Std - 100 to 150 psi High - 175 to 250 psi
1 answers

What do you charge to revalve this series of Bilstein dampeners? What is the turn around time for this service?

Chris
Kansas City, MO
May 25, 2016

What do you charge to revalve this series of Bilstein dampeners? What is the turn around time for this service?

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May 25, 2016
Eric
Expert
These shocks cost $39.99 labor to revalve plus the cost of parts if there is something that needs to repaired on the shock. We typically are able to get them serviced and shipped back out to you within 1 to 3 business days after we receive the shocks here.
1 answers

Though these shocks are rated by 10's do they equal the equivelant of a shock from another manufacturer? For example a 5/5 PRO shock is the same as a BILSTEIN 50/50? Thank You!

This Guy
United States
June 10, 2016

Though these shocks are rated by 10's do they equal the equivelant of a shock from another manufacturer? For example a 5/5 PRO shock is the same as a BILSTEIN 50/50? Thank You!

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June 14, 2016
Zach
Expert
Yes a 5/5 Pro shock is in the neighborhood of a 50/50 Bilstein shock. Think of the Bilstein valving as if there was a decimal point between the five and the zero.
1 answers

I would like a Blistein 9 inch shock with a 3 compression and a 7 rebound and low gas, but I don't see it to order part # 213SZ ***** is this available?

Joe Zadina
Corning, Iowa
June 20, 2016

I would like a Blistein 9 inch shock with a 3 compression and a 7 rebound and low gas, but I don't see it to order part # 213SZ ***** is this available?

Answers

June 22, 2016
Eric
Expert
Simply choose your compression valving, rebound valving, stroke length, and gas pressure in the drop down menu's which are above the Add to Cart button.
1 answers

Does higher gas psi make the shock stiffer or softer?

This Guy
United States
July 02, 2016

Does higher gas psi make the shock stiffer or softer?

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July 05, 2016
Eric
Expert
No, adding gas pressure does not change the stiffness of the valving. Adding gas pressure can be thought of as similar to stiffening the spring rate.
1 answers

So is the higher gas psi the reason why the shaft of the shock pushes itself back out once compressed at any point?

This Guy
July 05, 2016

So is the higher gas psi the reason why the shaft of the shock pushes itself back out once compressed at any point?

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July 05, 2016
Eric
Expert
As the gas pressure is increased there will be more force on the shaft at all times.
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