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Is there any suggestions on 4 link adjustments to help stop Wheelies? I'm running Drag radials with 38 IS, 8 high; 123AS. Car is running 5.50s @ 130. Thanks.
 

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Limit the front, tighten the rear shocks, move weight. on the Chassis side.
A dead hooked tire is a dead hooked tire its not a 4 link issue most of the time if you still feal it is get close or go under the 100 % anti squat line.

On the engine side. the TQ converter, go to a higher first gear and ramping timing .
 

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If you move the ic out or longer it will keep the front down. We like to start around 55" out and 6 to 7" off the ground. You ic is too short, it will plant the tire but at frist but will tend to get loose out when you gain wheel speed.
 

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Thanks for the input. I've added a 17lb weight on the nose and have the front shocks full tight. They are only the 3 setting type, but it helped alot from the first times out. I have never tried to move the instant center from where it is now. The car just always hooked good, so I was afraid to mess that up.
 
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