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TEIN EDFC active pro suspension controller

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EDFC active pro with gps sensor I mean

Edited by ztune, 18 February 2017 - 01:35 PM.


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You installed it 7racer???

 

no, I was interested in it and like the videos on how fast it responds but ultimately did the tractive one due to local support here in Dallas.  Simpler programming but not as robust as this one or the newer Tractive setups


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Ok. We'll see how this system handles totally modified chassis of my brand new tuned car (something like gt3 race car).

I'll make topic about this project because it will be huge ;)

Edited by ztune, 19 February 2017 - 06:34 AM.

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So guys, after the first shakedown of my brand new rebuild car, I have to say that I'm very happy and impressed how this suspension system handle.

 

for this first moment on track i only used  automatic dampening mode based on GPS and G sensors and the car cornering grip and handling is far better than JRZ 2 ways club sport on Michelin Slicks.

 

My English is too basic to explain in detail my feeling on this new setup, but I really like how progressive dampening force coming, system is also very reactive.

 

Couldn't unfortunately  test more options because I got problems with brand new RB rotors got dead after on 3h...(I must talk about it with warren because this failure not normal...)

 

I'll take time tomorrow to create thread of my new track build. you can see some teaser on profile picture ;)


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So guys, after the first shakedown of my brand new rebuild car, I have to say that I'm very happy and impressed how this suspension system handle.

 

for this first moment on track i only used  automatic dampening mode based on GPS and G sensors and the car cornering grip and handling is far better than JRZ 2 ways club sport on Michelin Slicks.

 

My English is too basic to explain in detail my feeling on this new setup, but I really like how progressive dampening force coming, system is also very reactive.

 

Couldn't unfortunately  test more options because I got problems with brand new RB rotors got dead after on 3h...(I must talk about it with warren because this failure not normal...)

 

I'll take time tomorrow to create thread of my new track build. you can see some teaser on profile picture ;)

 

Carbon Ceramic rotors or steel rotors?

 

Tell us more please!



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I was looking at this system at the R Meeting. MCR uses it on their 3 way coil overs. Going to drive over to their shop for a ride in their Demo car. 

 

http://www.mcr-ltd.c...5/31/index.html

 

Suspension is killing me.

 

MCR or Aragosta are my leading choices. 

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I was looking at this system at the R Meeting. MCR uses it on their 3 way coil overs. Going to drive over to their shop for a ride in their Demo car.

http://www.mcr-ltd.c...5/31/index.html

Suspension is killing me.

MCR or Aragosta are my leading choices.


I get a file not found when I click the link. Can you link it again?

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http://www.mcr-ltd.c...5/31/index.html
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Very tempted with this deal but need more info before pulling the trigger !!
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Just get the ones 7racer has or the other kit from the same brand.

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Just get the ones 7racer has or the other kit from the same brand.

 

The PNP kit that Mike posted are designed to work with the stock suspension switch (in the dash). Aragosta also offers the ACE kit, which uses their own coilovers, but with the driver-adjustable controller seemingly supplied by Tractive. Aragosta coilovers are built in Japan to their own specifications, using components supplied by AST / Moton. 


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I love the ACE kit.

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Looking at the front lift option like these a24a2ac43ca536ff131157717ea361a4.jpg
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Looking at the front lift option like these a24a2ac43ca536ff131157717ea361a4.jpg

 

You can combine the cup kit with the Type-SA PnP or ACE; we've done it a few times now.


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Too bad you can't do the PnP with 3 ways ! Yeh I want my cake with chocolate icing please !!
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Oh wait a minute Top Secret has them ! Pair their 3 ways with PnP and front lift! Going to be pricey!!

 

http://www.topsecret...com/item84.html


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