I remembered that it is a steering. The way I did it, made that it would steer a tiny bit by each bumb.thanks Emiel.
If you can do up a sketch that would be very helpful.
Yep. I've test-ridden a Scorpion - really plush ride, but even with the anti-roll bar there is noticeable dive when cornering. The HP approach does have the benefit of being pretty customizable, since you can change up the resiliency and order of the elastomers/spacers inside each shock. There's a "Laid Back Bike Report" video somewhere that walks through how to do that.An anti rollbar would indeed limit lean but not exclude it.
Here's a Scorpion FS20 front suspension set-up with an anti-roll bar.
If I'm not mistaken, the Greenspeed X7 (and maybe other Greenspeeds, I've only ridden the X7) uses elastic shock cord to lace up the back of the seat, for exactly that reason. Just based on my test ride, it did seem to make a difference - not nearly as much as a dedicated front suspension would, but still notable and with much less complexity and weight. No idea how long the shock cord lasts in a setup like that, but shock cord is cheap and easy to replace.At this stage, you are getting closer to my typical answer to the tadpole suspension problem.... just suspend the seat!