Dont have any exploded view of the T-Shox yet.
I will however shortly make an assembly video explaining the procedure on building them and the different features.
The difference with my shocks compared to any regular shocks are a couple.
Constant volume = for perfect Zero rebound.
Rebound springs = for perfect rebound when wanted (for eg on Carpet)
Smoother shock due to less friction on the piston rubbing the inside of the shock housing, but since there are 2 guidance points, this doesnt happen on my shock.
More precise shock handling due to the fact that the piston is perfectly centered inside the shock body and the oil that does not go thru the piston holes, goes perfectly and equally around the piston.
if you want you can check in on my this link, I have explained my basic thoughts on why and how I designed the T-Shox the way I did.
That is then the theory behind it.
What people say who have tested them.
More smooth to drive.
Better over bumps.
Easier thru chicanes.
More corner speed.
Easier to build.
Easier to feel changes done to the settings of the shock and therefore the rapid development during a race on what settings to use.
These are some
At 1 track so far the shocks where amazing beeing approx 1.5 tenth faster per lap
On other tracks they seem to give approx 0.5-1 tenth, on some tracks no change on the fastest lap time.
But on all tracks so far, they where always faster on a 5 minute run due to the consistency.
And as already written on this thread. The very first race with the production version, we scored TQ and 2:nd in qualifying (from 2 shocks in the race) and ended up winning that same race which was the German Nationals in the Stock class on asphalt.
Any other questions, just let me know