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What camber kit for my 92 civic?

Discussion in 'Wheels / Suspension / Tires / Brakes' started by lohonda, Feb 5, 2007.

  1. lohonda

    lohonda Member

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    I am looking for the best option for a camber kit for my 92 civic hatch. I found a couple different styles.

    The skunk2 new design. Is the pro version worth the extra cost? eBay Motors: SKUNK2 PRO+ 92-95 CIVIC 94-01 INTEGRA FRONT CAMBER KIT (item 300076469335 end time Feb-06-07 15:10:49 PST)


    The Ingalls ball joint kit
    eBay Motors: INGALLS BALLJOINT CAMBER KIT 92-00 HONDA CIVIC INTEGRA (item 230086820071 end time Feb-08-07 15:12:20 PST)


    Or this style
    eBay Motors: 92-95 HONDA CIVIC FRONT REAR ADJUSTABLE CAMBER KIT (item 270086494176 end time Feb-08-07 20:26:09 PST)

    The only one I have heard about is the skunk2 kit and I have heard that it is better than the old design.
     
  2. boostin4fun

    boostin4fun Boosted ls/vtec ohh yeah!

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    Definitely go with the skunk2 upper control arms i have them in my 2000 si they are easy to install and adjust. I wouldnt use anything else. For the rear get the ingalls links. Then have it all aligned.;)
     
  3. civicious

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    Skunk 2 is gonna be your best bet.
     
  4. street_racer_271

    street_racer_271 adrenaline is my high

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    i have the ingalls, front and back, i don't have the ball joint one though, i'd definatly trade it for the skunk2 setup, the ingalls kit doesn't do front upper control arms, an with skunk2 you upgrade that right away aswell as get the camber adjustment
     
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