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Set your car up like the pros do

SpringRithm can assist you in setting up any spring configuration -- single springs, progressive stacks, and digressive stacks. SpringRithm will tell you where to set your top nut to hit install loads, and will tell you where to set your inner nut to hit specific dynamic loads. For every spring setup, Springrithm will   provide you with all relevant dynamic load numbers to help with documentation of setups and making adjustments.

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Make quick setup changes without removing the shocks

Sometimes it seems like there is no time between hot laps and qualifying, and you need to find that last tenth of a second quickly. Save time removing your shocks and adjust loads on the car using SpringRithm and a tape measure--yes, even stack setups.

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Spend more time on maintenance

It can take time to iterate new setups on a physical smasher, and most modern setups require the use of an unloader to even install the springs. This can result in an overabundance of time being spent changing springs—don't even think about trying to figure out stack setups in a reasonable amount of time. SpringRithm can be used to change spring rates instantly, giving you more time to work on other parts of the car!

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Check for coil binds before installing a spring

SpringRithm has a built-in database of coil bind block heights of different brands, rates, and heights of springs to ensure the setup is physically possible before doing the work of installing the spring. Even if SpringRithm believes the spring will coil bind, it will still give you the dynamic loads just in case that spring isn't in the database. It will also give you the required compressed height of the spring so you can check if your particular spring will work.

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