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A top link mount that is slotted will allow for ultimate fine tuning of your top link anti-squat settings. Top link mounts with multiple holes also work well. Adjusting the anti-squat for your car, driver and track can maximize exit grip getting your team to the finish line first.

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Description: Curved 3/4" Slots - Notched for 1-3/4" Round Tubing - 3/16" Thick
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Description: Curved 3/4" Slots - Notched for 1-3/4" Round Tubing - 3/16" Thick
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Description: Upper Link Brackets;Upper Link Mounting Brackets, Allstar Performance Quick Adjust Kit For 3/4" Slider Box
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Description: Upper Link Brackets;Upper Link Mounting Brackets, Allstar Performance Slotted Upper Link Bracket
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Description: 3rd Mount - 3 Hole, Pair
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A top link mount that is slotted will allow for ultimate fine tuning of your top link anti-squat settings. Top link mounts with multiple holes also work well. Adjusting the anti-squat for your car, driver and track can maximize exit grip getting your team to the finish line first.

Top link mounting ears with multiple holes or slots will give you more room for adjustability. You can choose mounting ears that have the adjustment holes offset behind the center line of the rear end housing which will add more anti-squat under acceleration. Keep in mind that anti-squat only takes advantage of the available grip through the use of mechanical leverage. Excessive amounts can cause a loose in condition or wheel hop. Occasionally the driver might report that the front wheels feel light under acceleration at the late apex point if so you should dial back the top link angle and anti-squat for driver feel.

As a general guideline more anti-squat in your three link suspension works best if you run low amounts of wedge. As wedge numbers increase then you should consider lower amounts of anti-squat. Again, you can make adjustments based on your set up. I prefer low amounts of wedge in an asphalt late model and most of the races that landed my teams in victory lane had 49% to 53% of diagonal. Based on those lower wedge settings I would run a fair amount of anti-squat. Typically, I would run the LR trailing arm up an inch on the front. By using the trailing arm with plenty of angle I could reduce the angle in the top link creating a more stable entry while maintaining the anti-squat I desired. If you run 60% diagonal then running the top link and trailing arm closer to level is a good starting point.

Using your three link suspension to dial in your car is a viable adjustment option that can be performed quickly right at the track. The teams that experiment with the proper three link set up can find the set up that launches their car off the corner with more acceleration to get to the checker first.

Tech tips Courtesy of Joes Racing Products