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I just registered for a seminar at Penske Racing Shocks in Reading, PA for this Saturday. They still have some openings if anyone else is interested. They are also doing another seminar on April 18. It should be informative and interesting, at least to me...

Here is the info:

Reading, PA – February 13, 2009 – Penske Racing Shocks, a world leader in racing shock technology, would like to invite all riders, mechanics, shock specialists, and crew members to attend a Motorcycle Shock Seminar on March 14, 2009 or April 18, 2009, from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm.

The Shock Seminar will cover:
·Basic Shock Design, Terminology, and Philosophy Discussion
·Theory – How a Shock / Fork Works
·Shock Tuning Techniques – Pistons, Shims, etc.
·Fork Tuning Techniques – Springs, Oil Weight, Pistons, Shims
·Shock Dyno Graph – Dyno Curve Analysis
·New Product Introduction and Explanation
·Motorcycle Set-Up – Sag, Preload, Compression, Rebound (Forks and Shocks)
·Question and Answer Session

Included in the cost:
·Certificate of Completion
·Penske Racing Shocks Hat
·$25 Penske Gift Certificate

The instructors for each seminar are:
Aaron Lambert, Production Manager
Mike Himmelsbach, Motorcycle Department Manager
Shane Sweigart, Trackside Suspension Technician (Motorcyle)
Cole Seitzinger, Motorcycle Shock Technician

The cost is $200.00 per person per class. Advanced reservations are required and payment is required at the time of reservation.

Space is limited to only 20 people per seminar - reserve your spot now! Please contact:

Phone: (610) 375-6180, ext. 208
Email: [email protected]

Penske Racing Shocks has been providing custom-built, high-performance shock absorbers to all forms of racing for over 20 years. Their products have won many races and national championships in multiple racing series, including Formula One, NASCAR, IRL, GARRS, DIRT, NHRA, AMA.
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