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Old 15-02-2017, 16:07   #1
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Damping Settings

Hi Jerrick, Edwin,

I will have a set off ZetaCRD+'s coming very soon from Indigo-GT for my E10, just would like some setup information for my mechanic who will be fitting them.

My driving habits are 90% highway 10% city & town. However the quality of the road systems here in Cyprus is abysmal, cracked, rutted and potholed asphalt.

What would you recommend click wise to set them initially with. I know it's also subject to the drivers feel, but would like something to suggest to the mechanic.

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Adrian

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Old 17-02-2017, 15:41   #2
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In general keep the rear softer than the front to make it more predictable and always count from full "hard". As for the actual damper level entirely up to you and your driving style.

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Old 08-03-2017, 19:15   #3
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Jerrick, Edwin

I have now installed the suspension on my X but having a few issues with the rear of the car.

1. The rear extenders contact the metal of and make a loud crashing noise when going over certain bumps.

2. When going over other bumps I think my exhaust is contacting the body work when going over other bumps. Not sure why though, is this down to damper settings?

Is there anyway to fix these things?

Not sure what settings my mechanic put in but he worked from full soft to hard.

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