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  • Q. What is the difference between monoshok and normal suspension?

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    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 3 months ago

    If we talk about Twin shock absorbers(conventional), as the name suggests, it refers to two shock absorbers at the rear end of a motorcycle. Firstly used in the off-road motorcycles of 1970s and 80s, these gave a benefit of increased rear wheel travel due to which they were highly accepted. On the other hand, manufacturers started implementing mono shock absorbers in their motorcycles due to many reasons. After research, it was found that monoshocks delivered a far better performance than the conventional twin shock absorbers. In this setup, a single shock absorber is connected from the swingarm to the motorcycle’s frame. It is not directly connected to the swingarm, instead uses a linkage, which helps in providing a rising rate of damping to the rear. Furthermore, monoshocks eliminate torque from the swingarm more efficiently, offers better handling and stability and are easy to adjust than twin shock absorbers as only one unit is used.

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    Chandrabhushan
    Chandrabhushan | 3 months ago

    Mono Suspension is single one which is fitted in the centre.

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