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Old 01-04-2019, 04:17 PM
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I'm going to fit some Hardrace offset front lower ball joints mainly to gain some more camber, these also comes with spacer plates that changes the roll center.
I don't want to lower it any more than it is right now (around 25mm) but correcting the roll center seems like a nice idea.
These plates are 8mm thick so would that mean they will lower the ride height by the same amount?
Just thought I would ask first and maybe save some time when adjusting back the Öhlins.
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it will lower it close to 8mm. The ball joint is pretty close to the center of the wheel hub.
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Great thanks for the confirmation.
So that means I would have to ad 9 turns (13.5mm) on the damper length. 8mm / 0.589 (motion ratio) = 13,58
Sorry it obviously only should be 3 turns (4.7mm) on damper lenght. 8mm x 0.589 = 4.712
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