Utv suspension geometry

Utv suspension geometry

UTV Suspension Basics

For example, everyone knows when you go to the sand you let air out of your tires to get more flotation. Well not everyone knows that doing this in loose rock or Moab, Utah-type terrain will also help. Tire pressure is a commonly overlooked item when it comes to how your vehicle rides.

Utv suspension geometry

Ultimate Polaris RZR XP Suspension

There may be some long travel suspension kits available that could improve performance in the desert, but the extra width is not as favorable on tight trails or in the rocks. Plus once you move to a longer arm suspension, custom axles and shocks are required. By staying with the stock geometry, there is more focus on these items from a larger amount of aftermarket accessories manufacturers.

Utv suspension geometry

Tuning off road suspension on a daily basis allows us to drive many vehicles with many set ups and different environments. UTV’s, sand cars, super lite, Pro 4 and Trophy Truck are just a few. So it may be safe to say that we haven’t quite seen it all but surely we are pretty close. With the increase in UTV traffic at the shop there is one thing that we see a lot that is a serious issue people should know about. Wheel offset and tire height.

Utv suspension geometry

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The Reflex kit comes with everything you need to do the install, the system is bolt on, with no welding required, and can easily be installed with basic tools. Removing and replacing axles, might be the only complicated part about the installation. The kit isn’t limited to certain aftermarket parts either; the system works with any OEM replacement parts. The system is supplied with (4) 4340 chromoly heavy duty axles, but utilizes your stock shocks, a-arms, CV’s, radius rods and tie rods.

HCR Racing Releases Polaris RS1 Mid-Travel Suspension

To take the already impressive RZR XP Turbo S one step further, HCR developed an American – made product which is lighter, leaner and meaner to compliment the aggression of the new model. This kit follows HCR’s blueprint of quality manufacturing, craftsmanship, unmistakable design and distinguishing features which result in a product deserving of the HCR badge.

DeRisi Racing Inc

8. Take the two numbers and refer to our chart below to see if you are within our guidelines.  Please take in consideration that the higher the front is than the rear the more rear wheel traction you will get but if you get the front too high you will notice that the front will start pushing towards the outside of a turn.

Utv suspension geometry

Wide Open Design was founded on bringing the best quality, expertise, and service in the Off-Road Vehicle industry. Our staff has extensive knowledge in Trail Riding, Ultra4 Racing, and Rock Bouncing. We are built and measured on results.

For next-level traction to conquer the roughest terrain, Can-Am-exclusive Smart-Lok™* technology is the new benchmark. A true full lockable on-the-fly front differential with electronically-controlled automatic modes, or with the simple press of a button that offers preset, intelligent calibrations for your type of riding. Using multiple input sources, "Smart mode” will instantaneously engage locking with the right load at the right moment. Never before have riders been given maximum traction while retaining low-speed maneuverability.

Utv suspension geometry

Suspension Worksheet

The motion ratio of a live axle setup is shown here. Over two-wheel bumps, the motion ratio is 1:1. Over single wheel bumps and during body roll, the motion ratio as shown in step 1. The motion ratio is only used for calculating roll resistance, not for suspension frequencies.