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PERCENT ANTISQUAT
AND
ADJUSTMENT CONSIDERATIONS

This page simply gives you what you've got with your present 4link (or 3link). That is, it provides you with your present percent antisquat and then gives you an adjustment plan for getting you where you want. Incidentally, the "clockwise" and "counter-clockwise" refer to a rotation of the link and NOT to the rotation of a preload adjustment.

TOP AXLE BRACKET HOLE
MEASUREMENTS:

X Distance

Z Distance

X Distance = Inches ahead of axle centerline

Z Distance = Inches above ground

CAR PARAMETERS

Wheelbase (in.)

CG Height (in.)

TOP FRAME BRACKET HOLE
MEASUREMENTS:

X Distance

Z Distance

X Distance = Inches ahead of axle centerline

Z Distance = Inches above ground

BOTTOM AXLE BRACKET HOLE
MEASUREMENTS:

X Distance

Z Distance

X Distance = Inches ahead of axle centerline

Z Distance = Inches above ground

BOTTOM FRAME BRACKET HOLE
MEASUREMENTS:

X Distance

Z Distance

X Distance = Inches ahead of axle centerline

Z Distance = Inches above ground

ANSWERS:

% antisquat. This provides an IC location which is up and out. This is equivalent to an "up" of at an "out" of 100.

To achieve 100% antisquat (the no squat/no rise line or the neutral line), the upper link must be rotated clockwise, when viewed from the right side (US passenger side) OR the lower link must be rotated counter-clockwise, when viewed from the same side.

To achieve 100% antisquat (the no squat/no rise line or the neutral line), the upper link must be rotated counter-clockwise, when viewed from the right side (US passenger side) OR the lower link must be rotated clockwise, when viewed from the same side.