Skunk2 06-11 Civic Si Rear Camber Kit - New Spherical Joint Design- Gold Anodized 516-05-0625
Skunk2’s completely redesigned, Gold Anodized Rear Camber Kit for for the '06-'11 Civic is here. Thanks to Skunk2’s new and unique telescoping, opposing-thread design, camber adjustments can now be made without having to disconnect the arm from the chassis. Simply loosen the jam nuts and twist for easy and fast positive or negative camber adjustments.
Skunk2’s completely redesigned Rear Camber Kit for Honda’s ’06-’11 Civic 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 ’06-’11 Civic Rear Camber Kit is a must-have for Civic owners 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, Civic owners can reduce abnormal tire wear and significantly improve handling and overall stability. Each Skunk2 ’06-’11 Civic Rear Camber Kit is constructed of forged alloy steel 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.
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.
Part # 516-05-0625
2006 Honda Civic Si, 2007 Honda Civic Si, 2008 Honda Civic Si, 2009 Honda Civic Si, 2010 Honda Civic Si, 2011 Honda Civic Si
Notes:Sold in pairs.
Quickly adjust rear camber without disconnecting the arm from the chassis.