Skunk2 has been making and selling camber kits since 1995. To accommodate the needs of the market, a significant change was made in 1998 by adding an oversized rectangular shaped top mount for increased positive camber adjustment. In 2000 we pioneered the use of a one-piece forged ball joint. And in 2004 the [patent pending] Pro-Series ball joint was introduced. Today this same design has become the industry reference standard. The Skunk2 Camber Kits are the number one choice of many pro racing teams and have been on Honda Factory road race cars since 1997.
By replacing your factory upper control arms with Skunk2 camber kits, you gain the ability to correct negative camber that results from lowering your vehicle. Skunk2 front camber kits allow tuners to accurately dial in their suspension settings utilizing quick adjustment sliding ball joints. With over +/- 3 degrees of adjustment our camber kits can minimize the effects of negative camber, help reduce abnormal tire wear, and increase stability at high speeds. Skunk2 camber kits are ideal for race or street applications.
This is recommended as a good entry-level camber kit. The Pro-Series camber kit features the same one-piece forged Pro-Series balljoint used in the Pro-Plus kit, but instead of polyurethane bushings, the Pro uses standard high quality rubber bushings. Though the Pro kit is slightly more expensive than the Tuner series, the benefits and convenience offered by the Pro-Series ball joint provide excellent value.
- 1992 - 1995 Honda Civic
- 1994 - 2001 Acura Integra
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