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Suspension - Circle Track - Torque Links / Pull Bars
Also know as 3rd Links or torque absorbers they extend under acceleration which serves to soften the application of torque to the rear wheels for extra traction off the corner.. The rotation of the rearend can be utilized to produce several effects such as introducing rear steer and increasing the crossweight percentage while under acceleration.

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Suspension - Circle Track - Torque Links / Pull Bars - Late Model Style Torque Links
Aluminum spring-loaded torque absorbers replace the upper solid link on the rear suspension. Designed to give extra traction off the corner.
Suspension - Circle Track - Torque Links / Pull Bars - Modified Style Torque Links
The torque link extends under acceleration which serves to soften the application of torque to the rear wheels. The rotation of the rearend can be utilized to produce several effects such as...More Details »
Suspension - Circle Track - Torque Links / Pull Bars - Third Link Pivot Assemblies
Rubber Pivot Assembly mounts on top of rear end housing (Third Link) and increases traction on circle track cars by absorbing energy from rear tires.
Suspension - Circle Track - Torque Links / Pull Bars - Torque Absorbers
Torque absorbers extend under acceleration which serves to soften the application of torque to the rear wheels. The rotation of the rearend can be utilized to produce several effects such as...More Details »
Suspension - Circle Track - Torque Links / Pull Bars - Trailing Arm Torque Absorbers
Torque absorbers extend under acceleration which serves to soften the application of torque to the rear wheels. The rotation of the rearend can be utilized to produce several effects such as...More Details »
Suspension - Circle Track - Torque Links / Pull Bars - Torque Link Parts & Accessories
Torque Link / Pull Bar Replacement Parts such as bushings, springs and Hardware.


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Also know as 3rd Links or torque absorbers they replace the upper solid link on the rear suspension to give extra traction off the corner.

AFCOs new technology 5th coil spring allows for a wide range of preload adjustment. Racers can effectively tune the point of full application of engine torque to the rear tires in order to maximize acceleration off the corners in all track conditions. The soft primary rate of this spring is designed to improve forward bite during initial throttle application in the slickest of track conditions. The stiff secondary rate of this spring is designed to provide quick application of engine torque to the rear tires after initial acceleration has begun. The point at which engine torque is fully delivered to the rear tires is adjusted by changing the preload on the spring. A decrease in spring preload delays, whereas an increase in spring preload quickens the application of engine torque to the rear tires when the throttle is applied.

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