Geometry will all be set I understand that. Apologies if I am making myself unclear. Maybe I should have said actual driving antisquat, not the calculated number. And I am probably asking more about springs and shocks and how the entire Savvy/Curry setup together does with anti squat. Not just the number a calculator will put out.
Springs/shocks won't make as much change in acceleration rise as the geometry does. But imagine if you had infinitely firm rebound damping on a shock, or a spring that was for a dump truck with an incredible high/large spring rate. Both of these scenarios would basically limit your suspension and probably make it not move at all. Giving you zero "practical" antisquat while accelerating. Yes the equations would still give you a high antsquat number but if your suspension can move it won't give you any real world antisquat.
So with Savvy's magical spring rates, and probably the fox IFP's they worked on, are people still noticing a lot of acceleration rise and general bouncing around from bumps. I've read nothing but good reviews on the suspension but just looking for more info. If anyone has it that's great, if not not big deal either.