Can someone provide some input as to why an an anti force induces wheel hop? This seems to be prevalent in drag cars, and from what I've noticed is near limit behaviour. What I don't understand is why would anti-squat, so rear, produce this wheel hop during acceleration, and this seems to be also a thing for anti dive BUT in braking, so upward forces on body and downward force on tire/hub. Also struggling to understand why it only appears at the tire grip limit. Interesting as it might also explain why antis can reduce grip if it increases the tcp load variation due to wheel hop
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