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1989 - 1995 Corvette: Tech Article: The Inside Story of C4’s Shock Absorber Revolution, Selective Ride Control

C4 Corvette's Selective Ride Control - Six Steps for a King's Ride

© 2009 by Hib Halverson
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The most valuable ride-and-handling option available on 1989-1995 Corvettes is RPO FX3 "Electronic Selective Ride and Handling". Known by many Vettesters as "adjustable suspension" or by its RPO number "FX3", GM engineers called it "Selective Ride Control", "Selective Ride" or just "SRC".

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