looking at the picture below...
The spring for the rear suspension are torsion type and there appears to only be the one damper.
Very interestingly to me is that the damper appears to act directly from one suspension rocker to the other, therefore it can't be doing any work in roll.
I can't see the ARB mechanism, I assume there has to be one there unless the torsion spring rates are truly massive?
Anyone know better whats going on here?
I'd love to see a similar shot of the front suspension but thats all hidden in the nose box.