Formula None wrote:
Nice image, man, thanks. Is such an arrangement common in F1? 4 pivot points on a front upright? (2 control arms, pushrod, steering)
scarbs wrote:The car is running with a Pushrod On Upright set up, often termed (POU or PROU).... often used in conjunction with Anti-Ackermann suspension (meaning that the outside wheel steers faster than the inside), this can then result in an overall reduction in front-ride-height as you add steering lock."[/i]
marcush. wrote:the rotational axis=kinpin axis (usually).To get your mounting point on this axis might be tricky .
A lot of teams separate the lower wishbone from the pushrod ,also in front ,in fact- who does not?
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