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TegLS
04-16-2002, 02:09 PM
I am buying a Skunk2 suspension for my car and I ran into a problem. The machine that Skunk2 uses to manufacture rear sway bars broke. The dealer I am going through still wants to help me out and is recommending Weapon R and Shogun for the rear sway bar (the rest will still be Skunk). I drive a 95 Integra LS with 17" rims and low pros. That's the only mod I've made so far. The rest of the suspension is going to be Skunk2 coilovers, adjustable shocks, camber kit, and front strut tower brace. I race SCCA Solo 2 races and am interested in finding out what you guys use on your cars, how well it works, any problems you have encountered, and any information you have heard about these two companies. Thanks.

GEN2LSINTEGRA
04-16-2002, 02:23 PM
I will be using DC struts all around and looking at progessive and nuespeed for sway bars.

sa21197
04-16-2002, 04:08 PM
type R

PROFILES2000
04-16-2002, 04:10 PM
DC makes struts now?




On 2002-04-16 14:23, GEN2LSINTEGRA wrote:
I will be using DC struts all around and looking at progessive and nuespeed for sway bars.

lsintegra96
04-16-2002, 11:02 PM
I'm using OBX front upper, rear uppper, and rear lower strut bars and they look and work great. Now for the rest of the suspension still trying to decide what to do.

NOINTEGReddy
04-16-2002, 11:04 PM
The DC strut bars flex if you so much as push on them. Look at the Tenzo R, the "Type R" or Mugen strut bars. Suspension Tecniques makes whole kits, from struts and coilovers to sway and rear tie bars. Look at their stuff too.