How to determine the type of rear axle design
For som products, it will be crucial if the rear axle is designet with multi-link or twist-beam (also known as compound) design. Unfortunately, it is not possible to find information on the rear axle design any other way than by contacting the manufacturer - or by simply looking under your car. This guide i smade specifically to show you how to determine what type of rear axle design your car has.
Multilink rear axle
Multilink rear axles are ideal for race as this type of rear axle provides better steering features - e.g. for sharp turns.
The multilink rear axle also offers greater comfort. And so it manages the movements of the wheels more precisely, giving you formidable handling.
Twist-beam rear axle
The twist-beam rear axle is attached to the vehicle body, and serves as both the rear axle and the roll bar.
The verdict = multilink or twist-beam?When determining whether the rear axle of you car is multilink or twist-beam, you have to lay behind the car and look in between the wheels of the car. Multilink rear axles are constituted of more parts than the twist-beam axle, which very roughly speaking, only has one bar between the wheels.
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