Join Date: May 2009
Location: kill devil hills nc
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pig just went over this with me and it makes sense finially
linear and digressive. The linear piston has a high flow rate at low shaft speeds and hence little resistance. The resistance increases as the shaft speed increases. The rate of the shock continues to increase as long as the speed increases.
A digressive designed shock has a considerable amount of low-speedcontrol and builds resistance as the shaft speed increases to apredetermined point where the rate digresses and stays the same as thespeed increases. This type of design has good low-speed control and doesnot build ultra-high resistance with the high speeds associated withbumps and holes as in the case of some rough dirt tracks.The digressive piston design has a low flow rate at low shaft speeds that provides a lot of resistance and control. The resistance rate increases with increased shaft speeds to a designed level and then tapers off. As the shaft speed continues to increase, the resistance stays uniform above a certain shaft speed.
fox is a linear shock
07 unlimited x, 4.5 lift with clayton arms poly springs
rock krawler frotn and rear trac bars and brackets
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