MONO SHOCK SUSPENSION AND DUAL SHOCK SUSPENSION..

Suspension system in bike:

        Suspension system in bike is used to suspend the rider and motorcycle to insulate from the obstacles facing during their ride.

In bikes we use two types of suspension system for riding with comfort.
  • MONO SHOCK SUSPENSION
  • DUAL SHOCK SUSPENSION



MONO SHOCK SUSPENSION:


Mono shock rear suspension is invented in 80's. It has more advantage when compared to dual shock rear suspension system. It is mainly used as linkage connection between the swing arm to provide effective breaking and handling. Also dual shock suspension cannot be used for distance travel .Mono shock suspension requires less maintenance when compared to dual shock suspension.


ADVANTAGE OF MONO SHOCK SUSPENSION:


  • Better handling and ridability.
  • Easy to tune and adjust.
  • Eliminate torque to swing arm.
  • Better concerning and highway stability.
  • Allows higher suspension.

  • DISADVANTAGE OF MONO SHOCK SUSPENSION:

  • Cost of ownership and high maintanence cost.
  • Cannot carry excess of load.
  • Life of mono shock suspension is less.

DUAL SHOCK SUSPENSION:


Dual shock rear suspension is first motorcycle rear suspension.It is used for road side motorcycles.It is utilized for comfort purpose. It is most commonly used in all motorcycles. 

ADVANTAGE OF DUAL SHOCK SUSPENSION:

  • Carries excess of load
  • Absorbs more bumps as well
  • Gives smooth ride though in rough terrains.
  • Cost cheaper and less maintenance.
DISADVANTAGE OF DUAL SHOCK SUSPENSION:

  • Ride is compromised at high speed.
  • Does not provide proper concerning confidence.
  • Long time travelling will not be comfort.
Thus if you want to drive long you can choose monoshock suspension.If you need to carry more load you have to go with dual shock suspension.









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