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LiquidSpring: Next Step In Suspension Evolution

Posted on March 15, 2012
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While Sport mode offered a firmer feel during the more aggressive driving sections, Comfort mode was still relatively steady and the riders didn’t experience any head-whipping. The test ride on the CLASS system was quite impressive but was one of those things that must be experienced in person to adequately understand because words don’t do it justice.

The system also features a user-friendly driver interface for changing system ride modes and ride heights (fig. 3). The software is tunable for different chassis and body combinations with different ride modes.

For more information about the CLASS system, please contact Carl Harr at LiquidSpring (765) 474-7816.

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— Michael Campos, LCT assistant editor

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