For the budget minded enthusiast they offer the Tuner Series; which is the same classic design that they have been offering to enthusiasts for over a decade. Each arm includes Skunk2's standard one-piece forged ball joint, and uses standard rubber bushings. The Tuner series also includes their patent pending “square” washer plate for improved clamping performance and durability.
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.
1994 - 2001 Acura Integra (GS-R, LS)
1998 - 2001 Acura Integra (GS)
1997 - 2001 Acura Integra (Type R)
1994 - 1999 Acura Integra (RS)
1993 - 1995 Honda Civic Coupe (DX, EX)
1992 - 1995 Honda Civic Hatchback (CX, DX, Si, VX)
1992 - 1995 Honda Civic Sedan (DX, EX, LX)
1993 - 1997 Honda del Sol (S, Si)
1994 - 1997 Honda del Sol (VTEC)
Sold in pairs.
Tuner Series Front Camber Kits feature the now-industry-leading, one-piece, forged ball joints and square washer plates for maximum adjustment and improved clamping force.
Based on Skunk2’s classic adjustable camber kit design it’s offered for more than a decade, Skunk2 designed its Tuner Series Front Camber Kit for the '92-'95 Civic, '93-'97 del Sol, and '94-'01 Integra with the budget-conscious enthusiast in mind. Enthusiasts who are serious about performance can now correct almost all abnormal tire wear due to negative camber and increase high-speed stability.
Each Tuner Series Camber Kit includes Skunk2’s classic, one-piece, forged ball joints that feature a unique square-washer design for no-slip performance, reduced bolt distortion, and increased durability. In addition to improved ride characteristics and reduced tire wear on lowered vehicles, Skunk2's proprietary design helps reduce structural fatigue and failure commonly associated with other camber adjustment kits.
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 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.