Clicker shocks have a standard setting which is position 1. Then they will click 3 times for a total of 4 settings
The first setting with 10 wt. oil is around 30 wt. and it raises 10 to 20 wt. per click. But if thats not enough you can dial them closer with what wt. you want. I use 10 wt. on my car. The front shocks I usually set at position 3 or click 2, and the rear I use position 1 , no click. This seems to have the same dampening as using 60 wt. front and 30 to 35 wt. rear on the AE shocks. Email John@teamcrc.com
, he can tell you the exact wt difference from each click. If you have a LHS that stocks CRC stuff you can get the shocks some cheaper. My LHS sells them for $20 a set. They are a bitch to build sometimes do to the dreaded eclip thats holds the pistons in place, but worth the effort to me. They are a perfect fit too, They can be adjusted to about 65mm in length instead of what? 67mm on the AE shocks. I like 65mm length better.