To consider the overall squat tendency, it's convenient to express the total antisquat in terms of a percentage of the pro-squat weight transfer. In a practical sense, a value of 100 percent means that when you get on the throttle, the antisquat will nicely offset the weight transfer and your suspension will neither compress nor extend--and that applies for any amount of acceleration. A value greater than 100 percent indicates the suspension will extend proportional to the amount of acceleration, and vice versa for values less than 100 percent. Taken to the extreme, zero percent is the point at which there is no antisquat--the suspension is free to compress under any weight transfer. Graphing the antisquat percentage in Figure 4, we see that the overall tendency is toward less antisquat (or, rather, pro-squat) as the suspension is compressed, with a neutral value at approximately 30mm of travel.