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Suspension (Moton Clubsport vs Moton Motorsport)

 
Old 02-22-2009, 07:54 PM
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Where the hell were you guys when I was attending the School of Hard Knocks, where the tuition is very high but the lessons are well learned and remembered?
Attending the same school ? ? ?
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Attending the same school ? ? ?
Abso$^%&*#lutely!
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Old 02-23-2009, 08:38 AM
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Abso$^%&*#lutely!
I knew I remembered some of you guys from somwhere!
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Abso$^%&*#lutely!
And I was copying your homework.
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Just resurrecting an old but worthwhile thread. Makes me wonder if there isn't some sort of animated GIF that shows clearly what is going on when making these changes. For many club guys, some or a lot of these concepts go over the head, mine included, and seeing is believing.
eg. Into a corner under brakes. The front goes down and compresses the springs and shocks. As we release the brakes (and possibly get onto the power) the nose will naturally rise, for a number of reasons.
Gravity, inertia, equilibrium, springs, shocks, power from the rear...and whatever else. So what is doing which at when moment....well you get what I'm asking?
Also just wondering how much the rear engined guys trail brake? Obviously the old school of thought with a rear engined car was to brake reasonably early and often in a straight line and then get back onto the power pretty early too. Is this still the case and if so does that mean that you don't trail as much as a front engined car? If this is so, then this would impact on some of the abovementioned components as well, no?
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Just to update this thread. I've contacted ast-usa and performanceshocks. They both verified that the motorsport and clubsports are the same now (if they are 15 way adjustable), ever since the AST/Moton merger.

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