Peter Visscher of Ontario, Canada has been working on this experimental rear suspension for over three years, along with the Industry Liaison Office at...

Peter Visscher of Ontario, Canada has been working on this experimental rear suspension for over three years, along with the Industry Liaison Office at the University of Western Ontario as well as Materials and Manufacturing Ontario.
The suspension uses a single Ohlins shock with rebound and compression adjustment worked by an adjustable rate linkage. In 121″ form, it weighs just under 50 pounds with enough idler wheels for trail riding. One copy is mounted in a modified 2005 RS Rage with lots of interesting modifications including an experimental muffler (quieter than stock) and a relocated battery (in the seat). With all fluids but gas, it weighs 560 pounds.

  • Calvin Holmes

    November 26, 2007 #1 Author

    How does someone contact Peter Visscher. I live in London, Ontario and wouldn’t mind trying a product like this on my 02′ viper. The viper skid weighs a ton.

    Calvin Holmes Phone (519)-666-3336

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