Join Date: May 2015
Location: Baltimore, MD
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If you do get Skunk2, consider changing out the bushings for OEM style ones, since they're make squeaky sounds. But yeah, I'd recommend "Skunk2 style" UCAs since the ball joints are easy to replace, while the arms are still in the car, and they go for $25 to $50. I'd recommending opening their boot up and adding way more grease.
These aftermarket UCAs may hit the car, with a combination of aggressive cornering, road bump condition, & lowered springs. Some people just cutoff/saw off the part of the car, it hits.
2001 Integra GS Automatic Coupe; B18B1: 240,000 miles.