if you want to be lowered, having the roll center adjusters as you mentioned is a good thing for something more than an inch lower than stock height. Honed developments sells a type of rack riser but the best one I’ve seen is the PCI bump steer tie rod kit. It allows you to adjust the inner tie rod height from the center of the rack for a more accurate adjustment. I plan on using this withhard race roll center adjusters, tein mono sport coilovers, and adjustable rear upper control arms with hardrace hardens bushings. I would also recommend getting a bump steer gauge if you go with the PCI option so that you can dial in the bump steer travel to a minimum. Don’t forget to refresh those bushings around the car too!
I took it to a local shop that specializes in aftermarket susp mods, they aligned it best they could, turns out the coils weren’t preloaded nor were they all at same height so that helped with the clunking I was having. They also put grease in the top hats for me and the sound is gone. It’s def Riding better but still pulling (now to opposite side) and plowing. I’m gonna grab energy bushings because my front LCA’s had play in every bushing, Hoping the new balljoints and tie Rod end links will help further.
Are your RCA’s extended? And tie Rod ends Reverse? I’d like to see what input you or anyone else has on that combo
I have already installed a rear UCA or “camber kit” but it was no name eBay stuff. Have yet to touch any bushings but based on how the front looked all the others are trashed
Any info about the Spherical Tie Rod kit from HardRace? Is it similar to the one you listed?
Adjustable bump steer tie rod kit for: *ALL 02-06 INTEGRA/RSX AND 01-05 CIVIC* PART SPECS: 2024 T4 ALUMINUM CNC MACHINED RADIUS RODS 4130 ADJUSTABLE TURNBUCKLES 4130 5/8 ROD ENDS 304 SS SPACERS 13.9 M12 BOLTS BENEFITS: INCREASE STRENGTH OVER STOCK 1.675 INCH TOE ADJUSTMENT RANGE PER TIE ROD...