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koerthis
14-05-2015, 06:43
Is there a way to see the damper speed and if the vehicle touches the track if the chassis high is to low?
thx

JeyD02
15-05-2015, 23:00
Is there a way to see the damper speed and if the vehicle touches the track if the chassis high is to low?
thx

Two factors as I can tell now. One oblivious one is sound, when you hear the bottoming of the car when it touches the ground from bump, another is by see the suspension monitor in the tele... The red graph represents ground.

MULTIVITZ
16-05-2015, 14:45
Theres a red pixel that comes up in the corner telem when you're on a bumpstop, if you understand about roll centres then you could appreciate thier roll in maintaining ride height. A squashed tyre loses ride hight too and heavily gronded splitter means you're leaving the track, if you want to reserve the quality of your spung ride then increasing the bumpstop length maybe the only option.