Product DescriptionSkunk2’s Rear Camber Kit for all ’88-’00 Civics and ’90-’01 Integras, including CRXs and del Sols, is based off of the same adjustable camber kit technology the company’s been using on its own race cars for more than a decade. Skunk2’s Rear Camber Kit is a must-have for enthusiasts looking to fine-tune their suspension or correct negative camber introduced from lowered ride heights. With the ability to adjust both positive and negative camber, enthusiasts can reduce abnormal tire wear and significantly improve handling and overall stability. Each Skunk2 Rear Camber Kit is constructed of forged alloy steel, plated for exceptional corrosion resistance, and aircraft quality, 7075 aluminum. Each kit includes Skunk2’s industry-leading, low-deflection polyurethane bushings that ... act as bearings to allow for smooth pivoting without the harsh side effects of spherical bearings. Unlike steel and rubber bushings found in lesser quality camber kits, Skunk2’s polyurethane bushings won’t tear or break free.
Skunk2’s Camber Kits are the number one choice of many professional race teams , including Honda’s own factory road race cars, since 1997. And since 1995, Skunk2 Racing has been leading the industry with its fully adjustable Camber Kits. To accommodate enthusiasts’ needs, Skunk2 made a significant change in 1998 by adding an oversized, rectangular-shaped top mount to its Front Camber Kits for increased positive adjustment. In 2000, Skunk2 pioneered the use of one-piece forged ball joints. And in 2004, Skunk2 introduced its patent-pending Pro Series Ball Joints—a design that, today, sets the standard for all other camber kits.
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Since 1994, Skunk2’s led the industry with cutting-edge designs, technology, and race-proven products. Our extensive R&D facilities allow us to produce the highest quality, best performing parts for your vehicle. Each Skunk2 product is designed with advanced 3D modeling software by Skunk2 engineers at our Southern California headquarters. Leading-edge processes like Computational Fluid Dynamics and Finite Element Analysis ensure maximum performance and durability. Rapid prototyping allows us to quickly produce test versions of various products for further analysis. Prototypes are then tested using state-of-the-art dyno equipment and then proven on the race track. Finally, multi-axis CNC processes and precision welding are employed to produce the finest parts possible.... [Read more →]
As part of Skunk2’s commitment to developing the best parts possible, we’ve remained actively involved in various forms of motorsports through technical partnerships, sponsorships, as well as with our own race vehicles for more than 15 years. Since 1994, Skunk2’s continued to secure a number of drag racing and road racing records and championships, including the title of the world’s first 10-second naturally aspirated Honda. Racing provides us with the data necessary to produce high-performance parts that utilize innovative designs, advanced materials, and cutting-edge manufacturing methods. Today we continue our tradition of creating leading-edge products and subjecting them to rigorous tests, both on the track and the street.... [Read more →]
Yes, all Skunk2 Rear Lower Control Arm and Rear Camber Kit bushings can be replaced. Replacement bushings can be ordered directly from Skunk2.com.
Replacing Skunk2's Rear Lower Control Arm and Rear Camber Kit polyurethane bushings is easy. Go here to view a detailed instruction video.
- “ Best arms evar ” review by Neil on 4/4/12Love my rear uppers!!! so easy to adjust and well designed, bushings are solid!!! these will last me foreva!!! thanks Skunk2!!
- “ Don't worry about bushing failure or slippage with these wicked parts. ” review by Eric Emerson on 2/2/12As a Skunk2 Street team member that competitively races in numerous TA Series, I've had camber kit's made by competitors fail before. I can tell you that when you are at 160mph plus in the oval at California speedway, or just out with your friends on a spirited canyon drive this is the last thing that you want to go through. I have run the Skunk2 camber kit for more than 2000+ Hard Track miles on our championship winning TA Integra and never had them slip even a MM. This is with hitting track curbings and 1.0g+ sustained load. If they work this well for us imagine what they can do for your street car.