The Acura has had a few different suspensions in it’s life, but with technology in suspension design advancing, I decided it was time to up grade.
I decided to use the new Skunk2 pro-c coilovers, I liked that they where built using quality components, and where height adjustable without compressing the spring. The price point was also a deciding factor in their purchase.
I would also be using a camber kit in the front and rear, left over from a previous build.
The rear upper control arm is an adjustable model from SPL. It worked great, but the heat in the desert is killing the rubber, it will have to be replaced along with the trailing arm bushing in the right side of the picture above. That might have to wait till the winter cause it will be alot of down time and “I wanna race”
Here’s the rear all installed, the stock exhaust is still installed till the motor gets built.
The bushings in the front and rear Lower control arms have been replaced with polyurethane bushings. These are alot firmer than the factory rubber, and in the Vegas heat last alot longer.
The fronts are in place along with the upper control arm. The coilover came with brake line tabs just like the factory, no need to zip tie the lines like some knock off brands.
The Comptech brace and sway bar are left over from a previous build. The sway bar is a 22mm and has a 3 way adjustable with spherical end links.
The car has height of 30mm from wheel center to fender, and with a negative camber of -2.5 degrees up front and -1.5 degrees in the rear should tuck nicely and have no rubbing issues.