That's basically what I did to my car when I first got it while trying to
see how it did at the autocross. Perf setting was useless, so I disconnected
the actuators and turned the fronts to full firm. Of course this isn't
necessary now that I have the AK2100 controller and others mods. I actually
keep both controllers in there for a vast array of shock settings depending
on my needs.
----- Original Message -----
From: "H. Halverson" <[log in to unmask]>
To: <[log in to unmask]>
Sent: Tuesday, January 31, 2006 5:08 PM
Subject: Re: [ZR1] TECH: Bilstein Selective Ride Control
>>I seriously doubt it, as I believe the unit "resets" to its weakest
>>anyway. Removing the actuators would just leave the adjusting rod at it's
> That's not true, either.
> When an error is detected the system defaults to 60 deg. for 89-91 and 30
> deg. for 92-95.
> If you simply remove the front actuators, the next time you key-up, the
> ststen detects no actuators up front, sets a code and puts the rears a
> the default.
> Turn the key on, set the SRC selector to performance, cut power to the
> SRC module *then* remove the front actuators and turn the valves manually
> to tour.
> Hib Halverson
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