Fórmula 1
30 abr.
-
03 may.
FP1 en
37 días
R
GP de España
07 may.
-
10 may.
FP1 en
44 días
Fórmula E
27 feb.
-
29 feb.
Evento finalizado
05 jun.
-
06 jun.
Próximo evento en
71 días
MotoGP
30 abr.
-
03 may.
Próximo evento en
35 días
R
GP de Francia
14 may.
-
17 may.
Próximo evento en
49 días
WSBK
R
Imola
08 may.
-
10 may.
Próximo evento en
43 días
R
Aragón
22 may.
-
24 may.
Próximo evento en
57 días
WRC
12 mar.
-
15 mar.
Evento finalizado
R
Rally de Kenia
16 jul.
-
19 jul.
Próximo evento en
112 días
WEC
23 abr.
-
25 abr.
Próximo evento en
28 días
IndyCar
R
GP de Indianápolis
07 may.
-
09 may.
Próximo evento en
42 días
22 may.
-
24 may.
Próximo evento en
57 días

Anti-Dive Suspension Geometry - Explained

  compartidos
  comentarios

Anti-dive suspensions are used to reduce body dive by altering the front suspension so that the forces resulting from braking pass through the control arms and suspension linkage rather than through the coilovers or struts. By reducing body dive, the front wheel geometry will remain more consistent, and the vehicle can maintain a specific ride height which can be beneficial for aerodynamic purposes as well as driver control.

Related Videos:
Roll Centers - http://youtu.be/yU2c03KkF6k

Please feel free to rate, comment, and subscribe!

And don't forget to check out my other pages:
Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/engineeringexplained
Official Website - http://www.howdoesacarwork.com
Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/jasonfenske13
Instagram - http://www.instagram.com/engineeringexplained

To help create more videos, check out my Patreon page!
http://www.patreon.com/engineeringexplained

NEW VIDEO EVERY WEDNESDAY!

Siguiente vídeo

Sobre este vídeo

Duración 04:13
Publicado 6 oct. 2015
Campeonatos Coches
Sé el primero en conseguir
las últimas noticias