Common Adjustments

by Racing Aspirations on June 17, 2021

“Common Adjustments” groups the changes you might make to your suspension without a complete re-design. Adjustments like lowering the ride height or changing the length of the control arms or adding spacers between a control arm and an upright.

It’s quick and easy to make these changes and to revert them if you’re not happy.

 

Common Adjustments

Open common adjustments by enabling edit mode then selecting common adjustments.

 



Ride Height

Free feature

You can adjust the height vertically by applying an offset. If you would like to lower your chassis by 20mm to see what affect it has on the roll center: Enter “-20” mm. Congratulations! You have just lowered your chassis by 20 mm.

This adjustment is expressed as an “offset” and resets to 0 each time the popup is opened.

See the common adjustments section to learn how to access this feature.

 



Upper Control Arm

Free feature

You can adjust the length of the upper control arm within the Suspension Geometry Calculator and see what affect it will ultimately have on the camber. Changing this setting does not change the upright or lower control arm dimensions, so you can liken it to turning the adjusters on the physical control arm.

See the common adjustments section to learn how to access this feature.

 



Lower Control Arm

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You can adjust the length of the lower control arm and see what affect it will have on the camber. Changing this setting does not change the strut, upright or upper control arm dimensions, so you can liken it to turning the adjusters on the physical control arm.

See the common adjustments section to learn how to access this feature.

 



More to come

There are more adjustments to come, so keep checking back.

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