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  • Sayyed Aliey El-Idroosi
    An electronic connection to the strut or shock tells a solenoid valve inside the unit to open or close, altering the flow of its hydraulic fluid. This operation controls the rebound and compression rate of the shock or strut, delivering a softer or firmer ride on demand.16 Sept 2016
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