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Angle-based Damping

When riding on a slope or navigating obstacles, the shock dampers adjust based on the angle to lean the vehicle into the hill.

  • Increases compression and decreases rebound for downhill wheels.

  • Decreases compression and increases rebound for uphill wheels.

When riding on flat ground, the shocks adjust to maximize ground clearance for obstacle avoidance with high compression damping and low rebound damping.

  • High compression damping keeps the shocks extended which increases the ride height and ground clearance while traversing obstacles.

  • Low rebound damping allows the tire to fall into the rock holes quickly not upsetting the chassis.

This is used only in Rock Mode and at speeds less than 15 mph (24 kph).

Example Maneuvers

  • Slow driving on banked turn

  • Side hilling

  • Circles on hill