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Old 10-27-2004, 09:57 AM   #1
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Suspension Design: Types of Suspensions 2

SUMMARY: This article will provide a basic overview of just about all of the different types of rear suspensions that have been used on production and racing vehicles since the inception of the automobile. While some of the older styles are obsolete it is still important to learn about them because it provides valuable insight into why the cutting edge suspensions of today perform so much better.<br><strong>Part 2 of 2 (Rear Suspension)</strong>

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Old 08-29-2005, 06:51 AM   #2
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Re: Suspension Design: Types of Suspensions 2

Hi i want more information about semi-trailing arm suspension, i know its used on bmw, but someone can tell sites off design and construction.

I work with cad, CAM and CAE softwares.
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Since the IC location is determined in the same manner for both 3link and 4link suspensions, the distinctions made regarding the roll understeer/antisquat problem are unwarranted.

Also, it should be pointed out that roll steer characteristics involve only steering input and are not related to the dynamic considerations related with under/oversteer caused by weight distribution, etc. In other words, an increase in roll oversteer will never result in a critical speed. So, in many forms of motorsports...particularly dragracing..., roll oversteer is only a minor consideration, dependant only upon the tolerance level of the driver.
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