Rebound Spring

The function of the built-in rebound spring is to combine with the function of the coil spring in order to restrain the elongation of the entire suspension during rebounds. Consequently, only the function of the coil spring is applied when the suspension stroke is small during normal driving, in order to realize a soft and comfortable ride. However, when the inner wheel makes large rebounds, such as when the vehicle is cornering, the functions of both the rebound spring and the coil spring are combined in order to reduce the elongation of the entire suspension. As a result, the vehicle has excellent maneuverability and stability.

Rebound Spring Load

Rebound

Coil Spring

Rebound Spring Load

Rebound

Coil Spring

Bound

Beginning Stroke of Rebound Spring

Entire Suspension

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