ENGAGE4X4 suspension – Rallye Defender 1 and 2 Grand Erg 2014
ENGAGE4X4 suspension were properly tested!
ENGAGE4X4 suspension were properly tested. The Defender ENGAGE4X4 duo X LANDY Olaf Seip (V8 250 PS) and Alex Oberberger (TD5 195 PS) driving for four years with ENGAGE4X4 suspension at the Grand Erg rally. Alex Oberberger drives with ENGAGE4X4 progressive springs, trailing arms front and rear, panhard rod, heavy duty probshaft and STEP 2 shockabsorber – in four years only 1 revision necessary!
The ENGAGE4X4 rallye suspension, which Olaf Seip is driving with, was developed in 2010 from ENGAGE4X4 and ORAM. It based on a modified ENGAGE4X4 STEP 3 high perforamance shock absorber, which were originally developed for expedition vehicles. The base suspension is the Defender 90 Expedition Kit. For this purpose hydraulic axle stops at the front and rear axles, a dome strut kit with specially recorded Piggyback high performance dampers STEP 4 (adjustable in compression and rebound) were developed.
Both vehicles are taking part in the Grand Erg marathon rally in four years. Team Seip had to revision the first service of the damper until after the fourth rally and the Baja Saxionia .