Setting up an adjustable suspension yourself isn't just harder than it looks. It's just hard. There are over a dozen different inputs that go into your average suspension geometry, all of which make a major impact on how your car drives. One wrong adjustment could mean seconds of lost time on the track, or worse, and unpredictable-to-drive car.
Luckily, the motorsport specialists at up in New Hampshire put together a comprehensive video explaining every aspect of a car's suspension, what each part does, and how adjusting it can affect your car's performance.
Wyatt Knox of Team O'Neil goes over things like spring rates, ride height, shock compression, rebound, alignment, and tire pressure, making sure to explain how each piece of the puzzle fits in. He even explains how a rally setup would differ from a road racing one.
The video might be a bit lengthy, but we have a feeling you won't regret sticking around. And if you have an adjustable suspension, it's a must-watch.