Description

■Changing the steel material for the spring from the conventional one to a highly durable steel material, and applying appropriate heat treatment to make it strong in tenacity and fatigue, selecting the amount of deflection suitable for drifting, and using two types of steel materials. The result was a tasteful finish.
■The Type-B spring for the front has a wire diameter of 1.0 mm and a total number of turns of 5.0 and 5.5 to emphasize ease of grip on the road surface and a feeling of tracing, and a total length of 30 mm to adjust the damper lever ratio between inside and outside. However, we have set the settings to accommodate this. For a crisp feel, we recommend setting the lever ratio on the inside, and for stability, we recommend setting the lever ratio on the outside. You can adjust the vehicle height and effectiveness by changing the number of turns.
■For the rear, recent RWD cars seem to have a heavy rear axle load, and when the front-rear balance is closer to the rear with RR or rear amplifiers, it feels like there is a lot of work to be done on the rear side. On the other hand, by setting the springs this time to be longer, we were able to achieve both movement and stability for the amount of work at the back. Additionally, both Type-A and Type-B springs had a good feel on P-tile and asphalt roads.
■Type-A for the rear has a longer wire diameter of 1.0 mm, total number of turns of 7.5, and total length of 36 mm, but its characteristics are that it is easy to control loading and unloading the load on the front, and it can be placed diagonally forward and placed firmly on the rear. It has a characteristic that allows you to enjoy turning in all directions, and by actively shifting the load, it is easy to control the load, and it is difficult to collapse.
This is a characteristic for drivers who are good at throttle control.
While taking advantage of Aramaki’s crisp feel, increasing the overall length creates a spring with characteristics that creates stickiness at the rear and eliminates the disadvantages.
■Type-B for the rear has a longer wire diameter of 1.1mm, total number of turns of 10.75, and total length of 35mm, but it has the same characteristics as Type-A, which makes it easy to control the loading and unloading of the front, and it is easy to place the load diagonally forward. It is a characteristic that allows you to enjoy turning with the vehicle firmly placed on the rear, and by actively transferring the load, it is easy to control the load, and it is difficult to collapse. The characteristics up until now are similar, but by taking advantage of the characteristics of multiple windings with a wire diameter of 1.1 mm and making the rear part more tenacious, it is suitable for beginners to intermediate riders who tend to release the throttle while operating the throttle, and cars where the rear part is prone to failure. I think this is a recommended feature.