Weight transfer

There are three ways that weight transfers can occur:

  • Acceleration
  • Deceleration
  • Steering

Weight transfers occur as a result of the chassis twisting around the car’s roll centre, which determined by the natural suspension setup. When accelerating, braking or steering, the body of the car rotates in the opposite direction, which compresses the suspension on one side of the car, while releasing the weight on the other side.
Hey friends this is a video explaining about how weight transfer takes place in vehicles at the time of turning braking and acceleration…
A very helpful video

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