I don't think it's a secret that I'm kinda fascinated by the Aragosta Type SA ACE semi-active suspension.
However, I haven't been able to get as much info about the suspension.
From what I can tell, the suspension is single adjustable and the computer controls it. From the pictures, I can't tell how it's done but imagine that it is a servo controlling the adjustment knob.
On Saturday, I was at Jotech picking up the car (WHOO HOOO by the way) and saw a banner that the shop had up advertising the TEIN EDFC active pro controller.
WTH is that?
it looks like it's a controller that allows you to change the compression and rebound while in the car. Not only that, it can change the compression and rebound based on speed and cornering and accel/decel g's (the aragostas do the same but only one way adjustable).
It easier to find info about these as they look like they are servo controller of the adjustment knobs...but the adjustment seems fast.
For the GT-R it's only compatible with the Super Racing ultimate spec coilover which has been out for a long time.
It's pretty cool to see how quick it works.
and here is a vid from TEIN that is all in Japanese but the beginning is what's its like to play with coilovers at the track, but watching the changes as he makes lap after lap is pretty cool.
not sure of the quality of the TEIN Super Racing compared to JRZ and the Aragostas, but it gives you more range due to the active control