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Wuts up guys its my 1st post on the forum.....

Anyways I have a school project (4th year mechanical engineering) in my systems and controlls class and I decided to do it on developing a wheelie limiter for the 1000rr.. Basically whenever the front end comes up, the limiter will prevent you from exceeding a pre set angle by cuting spark... (But at the same time allowing you to maintain that angle, not slam you back down)

I already have Lift, Drag, engine output, and Inertial forces figured out, and Im working on modeling the suspension, but I couldn't find everything I needed.

Hopefully someone can fill in what I couldn't find?

06 1000rr rear suspension:
Spring rate: 12kg/mm
Spring Preload: 11mm
Compression Dampening rate: ????
Rebound Dampening rate:?????
(Im gonna ignore the front suspension for time sake and assume no bouncing it up)
 

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i would run with an over damped system. Giving how your damper usually prevents full downward stroke of the rear end. it never will exceed the actual input excitation. Im 7th semester sr and like this convo might be able to learn some more insight on the topic. I guess critically damped will get you in the ballpark though. and sure as hell makes your equations easier to solve.
 
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