We can use the engine torque to our advantage by mounting the rear control arms in a certain way. As the driveshaft rotates, the pinion gear (attached to the driveshaft through the Universal joints) engages the ring gear (attached to the axles through the differential) and tries to climb it. This applies a force that will try to rotate the rearend in a counter-clockwise direction when viewed from the right side. If the upper link, on a three link rear suspension, is angled with the front end lower than the rearend, the force that tries to rotate the rearend will try to make the third link more horizontal. This applies an upward vertical force to the front of the link when accelerating that tries to lift the rear of the car. When decelerating, the opposite occurs and the braking forces try to lift the rearend causing the car to be loose. Antisquat should be used in limited amounts.