Revolutionize your vehicle's suspension setup with the Skunk2 Alpha Series Rear Lower Control Arms, meticulously designed for the 1989-1995 Honda Civic/CRX and 1990-2001 Acura Integra. Skunk2's commitment to innovation shines through with these control arms, which are engineered to surpass the performance of their Pro Series predecessors. Constructed from forged 6061-T6 aluminum, known for its exceptional strength-to-weight ratio and fatigue resistance, the Alpha Series Lower Control Arms are both 15% lighter and 7% stronger than previous models. This upgrade not only enhances handling and stability but also significantly reduces unsprung weight, contributing to a more responsive and dynamic driving experience. The use of high-load steel spherical bearings on the trailing arm side ensures accurate suspension geometry under aggressive driving conditions, while tuned durometer elastomeric bushings on the sub-frame side provide the perfect balance of comfort and control. Additionally, Delrin bushings at the shock mounting positions offer low friction and minimal deflection, optimizing shock performance. Key Features: - CNC machined from high-strength forged 6061-T6 aluminum. - 15% lighter and 7% stronger than Skunk2's previous LCA models. - High-load steel spherical bearings and tuned polyurethane inboard bushings. - Delrin shock mount bushings for superior shock performance. - 40% lighter than OEM arms, enhancing handling and suspension response. Benefits: - Improved handling and stability for both street and track use. - Reduced unsprung weight for a more responsive driving experience. - Accurate suspension geometry maintained under all driving conditions. - Enhanced shock performance and control.

Material: Forged 6061-T6 Aluminum
Bushings: High-load Steel Spherical, Tuned Polyurethane, Delrin
Weight Reduction: 15% lighter than previous models, 40% lighter than OEM

Install Guide:

Installation is straightforward, designed for a direct fit. Professional installation is recommended to ensure proper alignment and optimal performance.

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