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Does anyone know of any good books, websites, write-ups about suspension design and tuning and the sorts?

 

Particularly what I'm looking for is an acceptable numbers for the amount of camber at max compression, ride height, and droop for a street car. I would really like to learn more about all of that stuff, so if anyone has some info, it would be very much appreciated.

 

Thanks,

Chris

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this is what I used to do: search university libraries for textbooks on the subject...they have the best ones usually because professors sometimes pick the best books to teach and they are "student" friendly sometimes...especially if it's a very good university with a great ME program :)

 

team-integra.net has really good write-ups...

 

Tein used to have a lot of info. on their website on camber and all...I don't know if they still do...

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my brother is doing grad school for automotive engineering, hes got a bunch of good textbooks, ill see if he knows of any good suspension ones

 

this is what I used to do: search university libraries for textbooks on the subject...they have the best ones usually because professors sometimes pick the best books to teach and they are "student" friendly sometimes...especially if it's a very good university with a great ME program :)

 

team-integra.net has really good write-ups...

 

Tein used to have a lot of info. on their website on camber and all...I don't know if they still do...

 

Oooooh, you guys said the e-word. Pyrorocketeer doesn't like the e-word. :laugh:

 

Sorry, I couldn't help myself.

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