Hi All, anyone want to offer up information in relation to installing and setting up a Triangulated 4-Link in a Street Rod?
Cars a 38 Chevy Business Coupe, front suspension is a new IFS from Curleys, and rear is a Triangulated 4-Link, I want it to be nice to drive but also stop and turn, the rear of the chassis is having some additional kick up for differential clearance, and part of this I get to choose how much Anti Squat the rear will have.
I've looked at a bunch of websites but nearly everything is in relation to drag racing or full on race cars.
Maybe I'm over thinking it but knowing what Anti Squat can do, I am wanting to see about putting everything at what hopefully is better than just put it where it fits.
So, do I aim for 100%, or 75% or 50% ............
I can do a few extra holes if need be to be able to accommodate some tunability once everything is done, but I feel if I measure and plan it properly now I shouldn't need them.
Standard line is to put the lowers parallel with the ground, but the 4-Link kit positions them up at the front (its a generic kit and I can re-manufacture things if needed), and the uppers, some say close to parallel, but then I know a significant amount down at the front some people also like.
Then there's the potential for odd things happening under heavy braking if the Anti Squat is to high a %%%