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      01-14-2012, 12:30 PM   #12
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Quote:
Originally Posted by bigjae1976 View Post
Dinan says that the link flexes and causes to changes under acceleration. I'm thinking that the rear end squats which adds some neg camber which also adds some toe out. Which in the rear, will make your rear come around a little quicker if you lose traction and harder to recover.

So we'll see...
That's exactly what happens.
Under heavy load the geometry of your axle changes which is something you don't want to have on the track.

Here's some pictures of what I did to my '09 Challenger subframe. I replaced all bushings with Pedders bushings. The difference was night-day. The car felt like it was running on rails afterwards.