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The torsion bar spring - also suitable for lowering!

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An improved Torsion bar is a popular one Tuning elementthat the simple Lowering certain vehicles. It is used primarily as an inexpensive spring element in automobile construction. The torsion bar is also called Torsion bar or Torsion bar designated. The automotive part is a rod-shaped spring, at the so-called Torsional stresses (Shear stresses) arise in the cross-sections. The externally applied torsional moment is in equilibrium with the torsional stresses. The cross-sections of torsion bar springs can be cylindrical or have another shape. Torsion bars are used in various automobiles and are ideal for lowering vehicles.

Tuning Torsion bar spring - torsion bar suspension in certain vehicles

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Certain motor vehicles have a Torsion bar suspension. As a rule, the torsion bars of the torsion bar suspension are arranged transversely to the direction of travel. The vehicles that have torsion bar suspension include the Audi 60 (Torsion bars in the direction of travel on the front axle, transversely on the rear axle), the VW Beetle, VW Type 82, VW Bus T4, T2 and T1, Porsche 911 up to year of construction 1989, Porsche 356, DAF 55, BMW 501/502 (Torsion bars arranged in the direction of travel) and also the Barkas B 1000 and the Simca 1100 (in the area of ​​the rear axle). More certain on the rear axles Renault and Peugeot car models the torsion bar suspension can also be found. Examples are Peugeot 205 and Renault 16, 6, 5 and 4. In the Peugeot 205, as well as in the BMW 501/502 and the Porsche 356, the ground clearance of the car can be adjusted. That succeeds Control elements, the one on the firmly clamped spring side Regulation of the preload enable.

Where are torsion bars and torsion bar springs used?

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Torsion bar spring on the rear axle of the VW T4

In addition to the use of torsion bar springs in vehicles, torsion bars are, for example, as Torsion band in Moving coil measuring instruments and as a Torsion pendulum in mechanical Clocks used. The use of Torsion bar springs for Tuning area is interesting for all vehicle enthusiasts who use the vehicle lower want. In vehicles like the Peugeot 205, the lowering is thanks to the torsion bar springs on the rear axle quite possible. The torsion bar allows the vehicle Accurate to the millimeter be brought to the desired height or depth.

Tuning torsion bar spring - adjust properly

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