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Old 05-15-2002   #1
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camber kits Polyurethane or Rubber

which one is the one i should pick up ???

3542 2001-02 Civic (-1 - +1 Front) =18.63
3895 2001-02 Civic (-2 - +3 Rear, Polyurethane) =118.97
3897 2001-02 Civic (-2 - +3 Rear, Rubber)=121.84

tell me what is good about the rubber and the Polyurethane
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you are talking about the bushings on the rear kit right? go Poly. ever wonder why Energy bushings are made mostly out of poly? If you go all racing try aluminum bushings. i got a poly one.
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i always highly suggest rubber to my customers.. you still have a street car.. and i'm sure it's a daily driver.. the poly's make a squeeking noise all the time.. the difference in the smooth turns isn't worth it when you have that annoying squeek.
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as boost said.....the lil' gain in performance isnt worth the decrease in overall ride quality.....

thats why i refuse to buy the neuspeed rear sway bar.....its gona be RSX Type-R w/ rubber bushings for me [IMG]i/expressions/face-icon-small-smile.gif[/IMG]
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I've got the ingalls kit with the poly bushings and I recommend it totally. Just make sure that whoever installs it lubes the bushings with some graphite grease. That will take care of the squeaking.
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hmm so poly is annoying because it squeeks and the rubber decreases performance hmm....

since i'm a daily driver i should get the rubber ??

i'm so confused heheh all you guys have different opionions hmmm

what do you guys mean it decreases performance what performance do the cambers really give?? is it for the hard turns and sticking on the ground?
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