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Quite a few vehicles now come standard with adaptive dampening of the shocks. Has anyone tried to retrofit this on to the P38?
 

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i would imagine not because of two things myself...
1) it would be a nightmare of wiring and sensors. then getting all the ecm's to talk to each other nicely would be troublesome, to say the very least.
2) never been a big selling point to me. a quality shock will do the same job in my experience.

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paul.adshead said:
Isn't that what "ACE" (Active Cornering Enhancement) was on the D2?
Your right. My '03 D2 had ACE and it was kinda spooky. Didn't really roll, but the back end would let go quite suddenly if you were pushing it too hard. They inspired a sort of false confidence that they were glued to the road. On most vehicles, the roll lets you know how close you are to losing it, but not the D2.
Lovely flat cornering but you had to be careful.....
 
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