TT February '09 Pop Quiz: Chassis System -

TT February ’09 Pop Quiz: Chassis System

Choose the answer that best completes the following statements or questions.

TT February Pop Quiz: Chassis System

Choose the answer that best completes the following statements or questions.
Scroll down for Answer Key.

1) The term ______ refers to when a driver slams on the brakes and the nose of the car lunges toward the road.
0 halt                 0 sway
0 squat              0 dive

2) __________ is when on acceleration, the nose comes up and rear the suspension drops.
0  Dive                    0 Squat
0  Rising factor        0 Floored

3) The chassis is on a set of axis that corresponds to the axis used for graphing. Facing the front of the vehicle, ___________  axis is a line that passes through the roll center of the front suspension and rear suspension.
0 Z roll axis        0 C roll axis
0 Y set axis        0  X set axis

4) This line or axis in question 3 moves with the change in position of the front and rear suspension when the vehicle is cornering, accelerating and __________.
0 idling                0 braking
0 stopped            0 airborne

5) The X pitch axis is a line or axis that passes through the center of __________ of the vehicle.
0 consol        0 wheels
0 weight        0 gravity

6) The sway bar, anti-roll bar or _____________, which ever you choose to call it, is a mechanical device that controls the amount of chassis roll.
0 equalizer                0 swing bar
0 stabilizer                0 rocker arm

7) The change in position of the ____________  will cause the bar to lift the chassis on one side and pull the chassis on the other, depending on the direction of the turn.
0 control arms            0 bar units
0 chassis arms           0 arm lifters

8) When the _________ is transferred to the front wheels under braking, the rear wheels have a tendency to lock up.
0 yaw                    0 roll
0 gravity                0 weight

9) Yaw, also known as ____________ , is a lateral force caused by turning as a vehicle goes through a corner.
0 giddy up                           0 chassis force
0 maneuverability                0  sideslip

10)  ____________ is causing the weight to shift to the outside front wheel, and braking transfers weight to the front wheels.
0 Tire grip                    0 Spinout
0 Acceleration              0 Roll

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1) The term ______ refers to when a driver slams on the brakes and the nose of the car lunges toward the road.

dive

2) __________ is when on acceleration, the nose comes up and rear the suspension drops.

Squat

3) The chassis is on a set of axis that corresponds to the axis used for graphing. Facing the front of the vehicle, ___________  axis is a line that passes through the roll center of the front suspension and rear suspension.

Z roll axis        

4) This line or axis in question 3 moves with the change in position of the front and rear suspension when the vehicle is cornering, accelerating and __________.

braking

5) The X pitch axis is a line or axis that passes through the center of __________ of the vehicle.

gravity

6) The sway bar, anti-roll bar or _____________, which ever you choose to call it, is a mechanical device that controls the amount of chassis roll.

stabilizer    

7) The change in position of the ____________  will cause the bar to lift the chassis on one side and pull the chassis on the other, depending on the direction of the turn.

control arms        

8) When the _________ is transferred to the front wheels under braking, the rear wheels have a tendency to lock up.

weight

9) Yaw, also known as ____________ , is a lateral force caused by turning as a vehicle goes through a corner.

sideslip

10)  ____________ is causing the weight to shift to the outside front wheel, and braking transfers weight to the front wheels.

Roll

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