When people think auto performance, they generally think of torque, horsepower and zero -to-60 acceleration. But all the power produced by the car’s engine is useless if the car doesn’t have the proper suspension system which is essential for proper handling.
The job of a vehicle’s suspension is to supply steering stability with good handling to maximize the friction between the tires and also the road’s surface and also to ensure the safety of the passengers. This would not be as important, if all roads were perfectly flat, and had no irregularities. But roads are far from flat. Even newly constructed roads have subtle imperfections that affect how the car responds and drives on the road. These imperfections put a tremendous amount of force on the wheels...Read More