Originally Posted by JusticePete
DSSV dampers calibrated by Chevy engineers.
The Camaro Z/28 is the one of the first production cars fitted with race-proven, spool-valve dampers. Compared to a conventional damper that offers only two-way tuning for bump and rebound, a spool-valve damper allows four-way adjustment to precisely tune both bump and rebound settings for high-speed and low-speed wheel motions. The wider tuning range allowed engineers to dramatically increase the damper stiffness on the Camaro Z/28 without a significant change in ride quality.
....exactly. That's the press info, but....heres my question. How is the adjustablity accomplished and by whom? Sometimes the obvious flies right past me and over my head....<a bit daft perhaps I am???> GM pre-calibrates the DSSV dampers, and there is no adjustabilty by the owner I take it? Thank you once again for all your support and information, your are truely a foremost asset for us Camaro enthusiaists!