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  1. #1
    Is there anyone that is willing to share the force vs. velocity graph, of the Vanilla RC dampers?

    We'd like to use these dampers but we have no data to complete our design.

    Daniele

    Firenze Race Team V2
    http://www.firenzerace.too.it
    DUCATI POWER at the Universit√* di Firenze

  2. #2
    Is there anyone that is willing to share the force vs. velocity graph, of the Vanilla RC dampers?

    We'd like to use these dampers but we have no data to complete our design.

    Daniele

    Firenze Race Team V2
    http://www.firenzerace.too.it
    DUCATI POWER at the Universit√* di Firenze
    Firenze Race Team V2
    http://www.firenzerace.too.it
    DUCATI POWER at the Universit√* di Firenze

  3. #3
    We are about to try and dyno test an old fox vanilla rc shock, at the moment setting up the dyno is proving difficult but we should have some data in the next couple of weeks.

    Rich

    Cardiff Uni
    FS Team Manager
    Cardiff Racing FS Team

  4. #4
    We are also planning to use the RC's and would appreciate seeing some dyno data when you get it. Good luck with the tests

  5. #5
    we have a graph of force vs velocity from our vanilla RC's with soft, intermediate and hard settings, can email it if you want.

    jpham1@student.monash.edu.au
    Jarrod Hammond
    Monash University FSAE

  6. #6
    Jarod,

    I would appreciate the data on the RC's

    Thanks,
    Joe Ojeda
    jco18@csufresno.edu

    Bulldog Racing
    CSU, Fresno
    www.csufresno.edu/IndTech/SAE

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    Jarrod,
    I too would appreciate the data on the RC's if you're willing to help out a fellow Victorian

    harnden@deakin.edu.au

    Aaron Harnden
    Phantom Engineering
    Chief Design Engineer 2004

    I may not always be right, but i'm never wrong...
    Aaron Harnden
    Phantom Engineering
    Chief Design Engineer 2004

    I may not always be right, but i'm never wrong...

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