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What does the term static tuning mean in the tuning scene?

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As is known, there are many terms in the tuning scene that do not always provide information about the meaning and purpose, especially for the layperson. For example, there are terms like Hellaflush, stance or the so-called Camber-Style, And also Static is such an English term. It can be translated as "static". The term is synonymous with constant or fixed. The term static tuning exists in the tuning scene. Static itself is a popular style in the tuning scene. Static refers to the chassis of a vehicle and describes the condition of the chassis. The term describes undercarriages that are without  Smart Air suspension get along and cannot be changed in height without great effort. What this means for tuning and which trolleys are popular in static tuning is explained in more detail below.

Static Tuning - which chassis?

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Static tuning describes trolleys that cannot be lowered or raised without increased effort. Springs are necessary to ensure a change in height or depth. Sports and coilovers are used for static tuning, for example. While comfortable Airride air suspensions, or suspensions with Lift Kit, height and depth can be changed at the push of a button, suitable springs are necessary to achieve a change in static sports suspensions. A car with a sports suspension can therefore only be raised or lowered with great effort. A coilover cannot be changed in height at the push of a button, but the spring can be adjusted on the shock with a suitable key. The interested tuner can adjust the spring closer or further and thereby change the vehicle height.

Static tuning - what lowering options are there?

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There are two types of lowering. Static tuning and tuning using Airride air beams. Static tuning is usually carried out by installing lowering springs with a sports suspension. If a vehicle has a coilover, it can be moved to the desired height using a key. The tuning of coilovers is also part of the static tuning. Tuning using airbags (Air bars) is more comfortable than static tuning. When tuning with airbags, compressors are used to inflate the airbags. And that is no longer only known in the United States, where it used to be mainly at Lowriders the hopping was used and used for show purposes.

Static tuning - what are the advantages?

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At first glance, the static tuning seems rather disadvantageous. Because the effort to raise or lower the vehicle is greater than with the Airride air suspension. Static tuning also offers advantages. The tuned vehicles require less maintenance and the static tuning is financially cheaper than the Airride variant. Airrides are again a convenient way to raise or lower the vehicle. Lowering the vehicle by static tuning should of course be done professionally. With the static tuning variant, there is normally less to consider during installation than with airrides.

Static Tuning - conclusion

Static tuning is a popular tuning option to raise or lower vehicles. Static tuning is used for sport and coilover suspensions and is the cheaper and less maintenance alternative to height changes compared to Airrides. In the scene, one is often proud that a significant lowering can only be achieved with a static chassis. A car would also like to decorate a "Static" or "Static Drop" sticker. However, optimal adaptation to the road conditions is more difficult to achieve. Therefore, more needs to be considered in this regard when lowering the static.

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