Does having long A arms in the rear and short A arms in the front help in guidance for a straighter pass?

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On my Big rock I left the long arms on but added shorter arms to the front and I wanted to know if it helps in a straighter pass or what does it do mechanically? Did a few passes but did not notice any difference.
Other than it looks cool having a wider track in the rear does it do anything?
Appreciate any feed back .thank youđź‘Ť
 

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Less wind resistance maybe??
I only do speed passes with this build and I have the other set of aluminum arms that are the same as the front but didn't put them in yet .wanted to see the difference.but I figured to ask first.thanks for the advice.tryin things out making my own log of what' works and what doesn't.
 
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