I am extremely anxious to try out Tanabe's new suspension. Hopefully I can get my hands on the new SEVEN coilovers along with their TEAS (Tanabe Electric Active Suspension controller). It adjusts automatically according to speed sensors and different driving modes. There is also a manual mode where you can control dampening from inside the car. Finally some competition for Tein's EDFC. From what I've read and heard, this setup is legit. Now I just need to try it out. Looks like I found my new suspension.
-from Tanabe USA's website
TEAS stands for "Tanabe Electric Active Suspension" and is the counterpart of the new Sustec Pro SEVEN suspension. TEAS is a fully programmable dampener controller that allows for dampening force to be automatically adjusted while driving. TEAS accomplishes this by connecting and using the signal from the vehicle's Speed Sensor.
TEAS active dampening control is uniquely possible due to the use of the specialized valving of the SEVEN, in conjunction with TEAS' slim, high speed actuators. These actuators change dampener settings in 1/100ths of a second, which is necessary as TEAS can continuously change settings at different speeds.
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