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Old 5 Apr 2001, 18:03 (Ref:77800)   #1
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Can anyone provide good medium for obtaining technical detail, photos, etc. regarding F-1 dampers? I am aware the leading suppliers are Sachs, Penske, and internally developed systems.

I currently rely on RACECAR Engineering and a few other mags., but info. has been limited.

I have patented damper technology and past experience in F-1, but need to bring myself current on systems available.

Any advice is appreciated.
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Old 5 Apr 2001, 23:33 (Ref:77938)   #2
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What every woman wants! A man with experience....

Shocking, I also have some background in the damper industry, with a preference for Koni, the internals of which are fairly well known to me.

I have a personal dislike for gas-pressure dampers, but they seem to be the preferred fitting these days.

Sorry, no ideas on where you can get the things you're after. But people who scan the net usually come up with something on everything. I'll refer this to a higher authority.
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Old 6 Apr 2001, 02:23 (Ref:77963)   #3
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Thanks Ray Bell

I provided a summary of my designs in the Technical Forum area, so I'll not repeat everything here.

Any input is welcome
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Old 6 Apr 2001, 06:00 (Ref:77986)   #4
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Is this any help?

http://www.ohlins.com/pdf/tt44.pdf
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Old 6 Apr 2001, 10:01 (Ref:78025)   #5
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have a look at
www.technicalf1.com

they have everything from brakes, suspension, car setup, engines.....you name it they have it.

http://www.formula-magazine.net
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Old 6 Apr 2001, 11:47 (Ref:78060)   #6
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Though the www.technicalf1.com site is informative, it doesn't cover the operation of the dampers, the information shocking is seeking.

Any other suggestions?
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Old 6 Apr 2001, 11:51 (Ref:78061)   #7
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Ray Bell: LOL. Ironically enough, They're one of the companies I'm working with. They're also very impressive - both personally and professionally.

Formula Mag: I'll check it out now. Thanks!
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