The website is coming along nicely.  We are adding new content daily.  

Our first simulation tool will be coming online soon.  It is a simulation that mimics a "spring smasher".  For those of you who may not know what a "spring smasher" is, it is a tool that is used to compress a shock & spring assembly to test the force generated by the assembly at a given distance.  It is a valuable tuning tool that is often used to set up the suspension of a chassis when the desired ride height force targets are known.  The "spring smasher" lets you set the preload on the shock/spring assembly prior to installing it on the car.  This tool is also commonly used to set up a stacked spring assembly and to evaluate the application of bump stops.  With a little prework on the end user's part, bump stops can be evaluated with this simulation tool.  Nonlinear springs can also be evaluated so long as the non-linearity follows a steady curve.  Load from gas pressure can also be accounted for.

The shopping mall is also coming along.  There are a few used items loaded, but the content is minimal at this point.  Feel free to contact me if you have any items you would like to post.  The charge is 5% of the final purchase price.  I will be attending the PRI show in Indianapolis this year to meet with potential vendors.  The shopping mall will soon be populated with new items to shop from.  Our goal is to trim out some of the general item listings that you may find from traditional shopping sources and tailor the experience mostly to late model racing teams.

Check back often, and if you have any comments or suggestions, feel free to let me know.

 

Joe Bartlett