My daily lifes work summed up in a picturerefined the app abit to be easier to see.
red columns show the percentage of load from each wheel,
number near the left/right/front/rear label show the load bias,
red stick show the centre of load bias along the grid,
black diagonal line connects the diagonal wheels to represent crossweight,
the diagonal percentage numbers in the grid display the crossweights,
the green line is the difference between the two crossweights.
the aim is to shorten the green line till the crossweights both equal 50/50 and shift the red stick till the left/right bias is 50/50.
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Did the battery fare well?
Hit it with a big hammer - works every time, bends anythingk got an idea for correcting the wonky mid pipe. if I cut a 1-2mm slot 3/4 the way through the right side of the pipe, bend the pipe to close the gap and then weld it up, that'll alter the pipe angle by afew deg enough to clear the chassis.
What do you think of the bc's? I've had mine for a while and they've taken a lot of abuse
best investment. real comfy when fully soft on road and great on track and loadsa adjustment range.
yet to properly corner balance it this week and take it on track one day to see if it'll improve cornering consistancy
Yeah, the cost is worth it yours are damper rears i guess? That's what i have anyway, still, they are plenty adjustable. Never had a problem with mine even on the roughest course, yours should last a while
Nice to see a set after a period of use Paul and looking forward to fitting the BRs later this week.
yep separate rear dampers/spring perch and indeed loadsa adjustable range. just need to fine tune the balance on the set of scales soon to take full advantage of the product.
gr8 to hear they're reliable under the most extreme applications.
good thing I cover them from the elements, god knows what they'll be like fully exposed under salty winter roads.
it'll be interesting to see the extra spring top bearing and locking lower mount ring on those BR model.
originally the pillowball top on mine used to stick n cause the coil spring to stutter during full locks which later caused the lockrings to loosen but now after periodically cleaning/oiling the pillow ball and miles of use, they've loosened up n no longer a problem.
Never had mine properly corner weighted, really should do, would be interested too see how yours feels after you've done it.
My abuse is limited to RAF bases, but I guess it's a fair bit rougher than day to day driving
I'll give them the usual T9 treatment before installing them.
The BRs are a bit more chunky compared to the V1s and they also have the abs mounting brackets on the front lower legs. I'll take some shots and PM them to you if you like
hopefully it'll handle the same during left/right turns after balancing and improve confidence/trust.
any sort of unlimited fast driving on/off road is gonna be stressful on the whole car compared to the speed limited public roads.