No, wheelhop is caused by the axle winding up (rotating) to a certain point where it unloads and snaps back to its normal position like a spring coming uncoiled with no shock to control it. Then it winds up, unloads, winds up, unloads……….Correct me here if I'm wrong, but since wheel hop is caused by the differential rotating and the car basically trying to lift it's own rear end off the ground (due to the stock LCA placement), couldn't most wheel hop issues be remedied simply by using an LCA relocator bracket instead of having to replace the upper and lower control arms themselves? :headscratch:
Wheelhop is caused by soft bushings (lots of flex), flexi control arms (lots of flex), stock tires (flexi sidewalls), etc, etc, etc
Wheelhop is happens when the above flex happens. Be it a little bit of each one or be it a lot of only one.
The solutions to wheelhop are many. Stiffer bushings, no flexible control arms, short/hard sidewall performance tires, etc. It can even be as easy as adding 15psi to the rear tires. Sure they will spin, but they will never have enough traction to cause the other stuff from flexing.