Want people's thought's on "Stiction"
Is it good, bad and what does it do? Was comparing some of my shock sets with different o-rings in the bottoms on the weekend, and they all had different stiction and feeling by hand, and I was trying to work out what this relates to on the track. With the different types of shocks now coming back into the touring car world (bladder, rotary, aeration, and the T-shox design) I thought this could be an interesting topic
Keen to hear everyone's thoughts.