Steve you also have to account for their higher compression dampening rates of the Penskes. The new shock will have a lower volicity when moving into the stop. This has to be looked at as a package than just comparing stops and travel.
I get that Ralph, of course, and have made that clear previously. I was just trying to fit this new information into what we had already learned orcthought we’d learned. But to your point, as I also mentioned earlier, unlike the Penske pieces the FC stops served as a tuning device/compression damping substitute, slowing down the movement before it approched a hardness comparable to the Penske. Point being, looking at the differences in high & low speed damping also isn’t enough either. At a nominal height of 4 5/8 I expect the FC stops came into play quite a lot which would make your shock dyno graphs look quite different. Indeed, if setting up exactly that scenario on your dyno is practical it would seem a logical and direct way to get a reasonably accurate comparison.