posted January 16, 2002 12:17 PM
I have spent considerable amount of time studying the z-link suspension and would like to find out what others thoughts are on it. I have noticed that some cars have no adjustment for the rear bars and run them fairly level while other cars have adjustable brackets and can get a great amount of angle out of them. What exactly does angling the rear bar do to a car?
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posted January 16, 2002 06:07 PM
The rear bars control the rear steer when the left rear control arm is angled it pushes the wheel foward anf when the right control arm is angled it pulls the right rear back