A suspension revolution

Wheel camber control is always imperfect and involves compromises and limitations, right? Not according to one inventor...

n this technological age, genuinely new ideas are as common as hens' teeth. So naturally, when an idea is announced and touted as totally new, revolutionary even, it attracts scepticism. But then - hopefully - minds will be opened sufficiently to allow objective analysis. In that spirit of constructive scepticism then, let's take a closer look at the 'VXI' suspension system of inventor, Winthrop 'Win' Dada of Ojai, near Santa Barbara in Southern California, for which he recently filed a United States

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