DUDE! dafuk? serious? joking? sarcastic?I just looked at a slideshow from 2011 SoWo event. It looks like the cars must drop onto the ground after stopping, like the suspension is hydraulic and they set them down on the ground when stopped. Could be an anti-theft strategy. The roads in every city I've lived aren't flat enough to drive on with no suspension. I guess it can be lifted too.
An interesting look, but on some cars, the wheels are actually in contact with the fenders! How much does one spend on the hydraulics to add this feature? Adjustable height seems to be an extremely expensive way to lower the vehicle. Maybe it is the only way to lower the vehicle temporarily.
Not sarcastic, just never saw VWs with what appears to be no suspension. Obviously, the suspension MUST be adjustable. It just looks weird with the wheels actually in contact with the fenders!DUDE! dafuk? serious? joking? sarcastic?
cant tell over internet.....
I think air is cool for show, coils are for track use; between the two I would just get some sport springs and call it a dayok, so you were for real. ok cool. no biggie, i thought you were trolling or some thing. haha.
yea air ride on most of them, bags, so that when you let all the air out, or most of the air out, your front and rear or a combination is tucked under your fenders. so it looks like your on the ground. most do the camber in the front/rear so that the top of the tire/wheel is actaully negative, so it tucks, while in return the bottom of the tire is pushed out, because of the negative camber.
make sense? no, but i guess its cool if you do air ride stuff.
ill stick with coilovers.
Thanks. That was me. Nice meeting you even if I didn't know I had.I talked to someone with a JSW with full exhaust. Staying at the Rodeway Inn. Might have been Toeball.
Car sounded really good. I would love to do all that to mine but I can't bring myself to remove so much stuff after only 2k miles. Maybe if my DPF fails.