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      02-29-2012, 02:27 PM   #5
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Originally Posted by yomny View Post
Great article, i'll be reading it with extra care, so in short the rebound determines how quickly the tire will fill the hole or dip. So I'm assuming that a stiffer setting will fill the hole slower? Really appreciate your response, it helps a great deal.
Right the higher rebound setting will slow the recovery down from the compression. Most drivers like the feeling of more rebound but you are usually faster with less rebound.