One of the keys to properly setting up any suspension is the ability to accurately reproduce settings. The Bump adjustment of the Advanced Design shock is based on a reference location -- turning the knob until one of the printed numbers point at a specific point. The problem is that there is no indication of that location on the shock.
Making some kind of mark on the chassis to represent this point makes setting up Bump much easier. I made 4 small triangles and put a pair on the front strut-towers and the other pair on the rear shock mounts.
Allow me to explain why most comments you read about the Singapore start are wrong... - Hi, I'm back. I had to jump in, for what it's worth, to explain why the response to the first lap crash at the Singapore GP was an even bigger clusterfu...
2 months ago