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Anti-Dive Suspension Geometry - Explained

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Anti-dive suspensions are used to reduce body dive by altering the front suspension so that the forces resulting from braking pass through the control arms and suspension linkage rather than through the coilovers or struts. By reducing body dive, the front wheel geometry will remain more consistent, and the vehicle can maintain a specific ride height which can be beneficial for aerodynamic purposes as well as driver control.

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