zjohnson said:Also, if you consider the angle of the torsion housing on trailing arm cars, your CV angle is determined by your transmission output flange location, and not the typical negative camber needed on a an A-arm car. (allowing for a greater magnitude of down travel, which is the most important travel number for a rear independent car.
thats a really good point. if its gonna have a arms and a camber curve its gonna need some $$ axles. lesser setups would need to use trailing arms to get travel..