hardingfv32 wrote:"It is a bit like mass dampers, where its first use was fairly benign when it came to aerodynamics. But the more it got developed the more extreme the designs were. There were four, five, six mass dampers on the car, and they were clearly being used for aero reasons."
hardingfv32 wrote:Do you recall anyone using more than one mass damper and where were they located?
DaveW wrote:hardingfv32 wrote: They work most efficiently when there are no other suspension elements, so the sprung & unsprung masses are locked together. That is almost true in heave at the front axle, but not at the rear.
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