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Old   November 9, 1998, 08:02
Default Hysterisis / Shock Absorbers.
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Gary Davies
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I am a tuner of race car shock absorbers, however I know very little about hysterisis. Can anybody explain what it is, what causes it, how can it be reduced, how can it be detected on a shock dyno. Iam not a hydraulic engineer, although i have an engineering degree so you can be quite technical!! I would apprciate a direct e-mail to portrace@aol.com. Many Thanks.
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