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What Is BMW Dynamic Damper Control?

Brent Dunn
by Brent Dunn
February 12, 2014

BMW Dynamic Damper Control (also sometimes called Dynamic Damping Control) is a system that can change the suspension settings on the fly. Each wheel has a control unit that monitors movement 400 times per second and then adjusts the shock absorbers appropriately. The system can adjust both compression and rebound from soft to firm, adjusting to provide the best suspension for the current driving conditions, providing the most comfort and best handling possible, even on rough roads.


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