According to that article, the IC is the intersection point of the torque arm centerline and the lca. If this is true, then why are most torque arms so long? Surely there's more to it than just that, otherwise, wouldn't a short torque arm that doesn't extend so far up into the tight confines of the tailshaft area be way better? (Having more room toward the rear to make multiple t.a. mounting points)http://www.carcraft.com/techarticles/116_0402_rear_suspensions_increased_traction/photo_09.html
Decent article with this pic.
Bump,single beadlocks also had to mention that also!Ive been 1.16 60fts on a 275 car and all i did was change rear gear and it carried the wheels but was going left in the air had to abort the run it still went a 1.15 60ft but all of the sudden its going left now,what can it be?