We have received a more complete CAD model of the H-12 from QDS this year. Be advised that it is a surface only model and may be hard to handle in assemblies

If you are looking for an equation through which you can input, shock pressure and displacment and get spring force such that you could enter it into Adams or another multibody dynamics software, good luck getting someone on here to openly give it to you. It took me a couple days to develop such an equation for our team a couple years ago. it is possible to do but will take a lot of time to figure out properly. ]]>

Abh! wrote:Does any one has the mathematical model of Fox float 3 evol? |

What do you mean specifically for this shock? We have always modelled it as a simple spring-damper system.

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Does any one has the mathematical model of Fox float 3 evol? ]]>

Does anybody know the piston dia of Bybre single piston caliper?

to calculate maximum deceleration applying brakes, or hitting a tree? ]]>

What do you mean by accurate? Do you mean at every instant the car is decelerating? Or do you mean the maximum deceleration your car can achieve? And what do you mean by calculate? Do you want formulas? Or the actual deceleration of your car by performing tests?

Now I think, by going through these above questions repeatedly you should know what you should be looking for. And that is already available if you could just use the SEARCH button.

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How to calculate accurate deceleration of the vehicle. ]]>

Exactly! So as long as they aren't plastic they should be good to go!

By the way, most teams prefer using flexible lines as the hard lines are risky to use especially at locations which involve dynamic motion.

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I think there is no rule regarding puttiy flexible brake lines inside the

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