Originally Posted by widgetwizard
Well I guess it didnt convince Ian.
Sorry Jim ... don't know how I missed this.
I would not say I am either convinced or not convinced me, but this does intrigue me. The video definitely shows oscillations dampened, my question is what are the compression and rebound rates on the shocks you are using? I would guess (and recommend) a 10%/90% or a 20%/80% where the majority of the dampening takes place on the rebound, this would allow the suspension to work and absorb compression loads without greatly increasing compression rates but dampen extension resulting in controlled oscillations. It also appears that there is a considerable amount of flexing on the outboard shock bracket, although this could be just the positioning of the camera and the illusion that the bracket is flexing.
This is something to think more about