Chromolykid wrote:A similar idea has been tried before by an off-road racing team several years ago but it was too delicate to withstand the abuse of a race course. Technology has come a long way since then, though.
I've always wanted to mount small electric motors on the bypass valves that can be adjusted electronically to tune on the fly for different terrain and fuel consumption.
Still waiting for magnetorheological shocks to make their way into the off-road world...
flattire wrote:I have an off road buggy with King coilovers and bypass all around. I was reading about lowering shock pressure (150) to help ride in choppy terrain. Sounded like what I wanted. I tried lowering pressures to 100 and also 50 all around on the bypasses. Couldn't tell any difference at all.
I suggest try lowering pressures to see if it makes any difference to you before going too much further. It's a good idea on the pressure adjustment concept but it just might not make any difference.
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