Ive got a suspension design program demo that lasts another 9 days, so in that time I’ve got to get the front end ironed out.

Sould be a 72" width with a 29" wide chassis, no idea where the center of gravity will end up, but the roll center still looks too low(maybe?)

Basically we are working with this, but a square frame and significantly wider in all regards

Currently the arms are not drastically different lengths which means not much camber change under dive bet I’m not sure how much should be traded off for camber increases in roll (to maintain contact patch). In it’s current form it will need a few degrees of static camber to be level at 3" of roll but has less than a degree of camber change under dive

If anybody has any input or ideas please share.

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