Guides Aftermarket Camber Kits (Saloon & Tourer)

Discussion in '8th Generation (2008-2015) [Acura TSX]' started by Ichiban, Wednesday 20th Jun, 2012.

  1. Ichiban Founder Staff Team

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    This is to put the endless debate whether the 8th gen saloon aftermarket camber kit can fit a tourer?I have spent a good two week collating the data between the two chassis to cross checked the differences. I have made countless measurements and weight readings and the result is 100% crystal clear you can!:Happy:On the 8th Generation both tourer and saloon share the same suspension layout giving us the opportunity for the first time to use off the shelf camber kits on the tourer.

    CW2 & CU2  Rear Suspension.
    Lower Arm A is common known as the Rear Traction Rods.

    Lower Arm B is common known as the Camber arm
    Control arm is common known Toe Arm

    For the enthusiasts who need further information in-depth information.
    CW2 CU2 Rear Suspension.

    8th Generation Honda Accord Tourer CW2 Acura TSX Wagon

    Item 11
    52340-TA0-A00 ARM COMP RIGHT RR CONTROL (Rear Toe arm)
    Height (mm) 45
    Net weight (kg) 0,792
    Width (mm) 50
    Volume (m³) 0,0006750
    Length (mm) 300

    Item 12 52345-TA0-A00 ARM COMP LEFT RR CONTROL (Rear Toe arm).
    Height (mm) 45
    Net weight (kg)
    Width (mm) 50
    Volume (m³) 0,0006750
    Length (mm) 300

    Item 13 & 14 52350-TA0-A00 ARM COMP RR.LOWER RIGHT & LEFT HAND SIDE (Rear Camber arm)
    Height (mm) 50 Net
    weight (kg) 1,180
    Width (mm) 80
    Volume (m³) 0,0019200
    Length (mm) 480

    Item 16 52370-TL0-E00 ARM COMP RR.RIGHT LOWER (Rear Traction Rods)
    Height (mm) 45
    Net weight (kg) 1,146
    Width (mm) 65
    Volume (m³) 0,0012870
    Length (mm) 440

    Item 17 52375-TL0-E00 ARM COMP RR LEFT. LOWER (Rear Traction Rods)
    Height (mm) 45
    Net weight (kg) 1,146
    Width (mm) 65
    Volume (m³) 0,0012870
    Length (mm) 440

    8th Generation Honda Accord Saloon CU2 ,Accord Euro ,Acura TSX

    Item 11 52340-TA0-A00 ARM COMP., RIGHT. RR. CONTROL (Toe Arm)
    Height (mm) 45
    Net weight (kg) 0,792
    Width (mm) 50
    Volume (m³) 0,0006750
    Length (mm) 300

    Item 12 52345-TA0-A00 ARM COMP., LEFT . RR. CONTROL (Toe Arm)
    Height (mm) 45
    Net weight (kg)
    Width (mm) 50
    Volume (m³) 0,0006750
    Length (mm) 300

    Item 13 & 14 52350-TA0-A00 ARM COMP RR. LOWER RIGHT & LEFT HAND SIDE (Camber Arms)
    Height (mm) 50
    Net weight (kg) 1,180
    Width (mm) 80
    Volume (m³) 0,0019200
    Length (mm) 480

    Item 16 52370-TL0-E00 ARM COMP. RIGHT. RR. LOWER (Traction Rods)
    Height (mm) 45
    Net weight (kg) 1,146
    Width (mm) 65
    Volume (m³) 0,0012870
    Length (mm) 440

    Item 17 52375-TL0-E00 ARM COMP, LEFT.RR. LOWER (Traction Rods)
    Height (mm) 45
    Net weight (kg) 1,146
    Width (mm) 65
    Volume (m³) 0,0012870
    Length (mm) 440

    Clear to see the parts are identical you want to drop your car or go for the slammed look you have the potential to get the car set up bang on to factory spec. Choose your own bespoke ride and control to achieve better car control.
    For in-depth alignment guide for the 8th Generation refer to this Wheel Alignment Specifications
    The choices of camber kit is limited at the moment I am sure this will soon change
     
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  2. DeviateDefiant Co-Founder Staff Team

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    Bump to this thread, I see rear camber issues coming up a lot lately.
     
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  3. 2.4 8thGen Top Contributor ★ ★ ★ ★ ☆

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    Guys I no this is an old thread but I would like to sharing my experience with rear camber issues.
    After 1 year of ownership I had inside wear on my rear tyres so had a hunter alignment done and indeed I had negative camber.
    So after looking around for quite a wile decided to invest in the ingals kit below.Im now running Aspec and had a free Honda health check 2 days ago and this is the tyre wear on the sheet after 10 k.
    The kit I'm running on is below and well worth the extra money for good quality.Also the wear is bang on on the rear.35623 - Rear Camber/Toe Kit - Ingalls Engineering Co., Inc.







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    BTW Beefy fitted this kit for me from HH
     
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    Just to add to this thread CJ is bang on right about the suspension being the same in the saloon and tourer.
    I no friends on the Honda scene that has fitted BC racing coil overs on there tourers that are the same part numbers as the saloon and are a perfect fit.
     
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  5. tomwillie Valued Contributor ★ ★ ★ ☆ ☆

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    Is cost 2 x 204.18 dollars?
     
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  6. DeviateDefiant Co-Founder Staff Team

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    I believe @Ichiban actually might have a set of these to sell on for the Tourer @tomwillie.
     
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  7. tomwillie Valued Contributor ★ ★ ★ ☆ ☆

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    @Ichiban do you have a pair of camber adjusters for sale that would fit my 2.4EXi saloon, if so what is price?
     
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  8. 2.4 8thGen Top Contributor ★ ★ ★ ★ ☆

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    Just ordered a spare set from heel toe as you nether no if a set will fail.
    As they come from the USA there is about a 3 to 4 week turn around
     
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  9. H-Tune Performance Parts Trader

    We've actually just set-up with Ingalls, and will be stocking them here in the UK soon.

    We've sourced SPC versions for several people now though they're a bit more expensive. Hardrace produce a set as well but we haven't shifted any to date.

    Unfortunately no cheap upper arm solutions for the CU2 like the CL9.
     
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  10. Ichiban Founder Staff Team

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    I will put them on sale for you I would like 190 for them as I paid more than that and I will never get that money. I will post a few pictures. Thank Leo for the heads up.
     
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  12. tomwillie Valued Contributor ★ ★ ★ ☆ ☆

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    @Ichiban OK I'll buy those, I did post reply a few moment OK but it disappeared?
     
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  14. tomwillie Valued Contributor ★ ★ ★ ☆ ☆

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    Honda dealer quoted £300 inc. Vat to fit adjuster arms & do four wheel alignment.
    However, Perfect Touch have estimated £130 inc. Vat to do same & come highly recommended by fellow 7th Generation Accord/S2000 owner. Cost of alignment £97.50 (1hr labour) fitting adjuster £32.50 (0.5hr labour)
    Perfect Touch Performance Ltd
    Unit G
    Bingley Road
    Hoddesdon
    Herts
    EN11 0NX
     
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  15. dinoc Senior Member ★ ★ ☆ ☆ ☆

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    @Ichiban am interested in the quality of those SPC camber kit (I had some issues with the rear Ingalls kit so I was thinking to use SPC), have you had the chance to use such cambers on your car?
     
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  16. Ichiban Founder Staff Team

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    Hi @dinoc those SPC camber arms are well put together and the bushes looked of very high quality, however on my car those arms needed to be modified for the ADAS sensors which is a shame.

    I have now sold them to @tomwillie so when he receive them shortly he will be in a good place to advise their longevity and durability but can't see why they won't do well.