Skunk2 02-06 RSX Pro C Coilovers
Part Number: 541-05-6730

Skunk2 02-06 RSX Pro C Coilovers
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    Skunk2's industry-leading Pro-C Coilovers for the '02-'06 RSX and '01-'05 Civic feature 12-way adjustable valving, adjustable ride height, and a state-of-the-art mono-tube design. Thanks to threaded shock bodies, Pro-C Coilovers offer height adjustments independent of spring preload, which results in significant ride-height changes without sacrificing shock travel or ride comfort. Quick and precise ride-height adjustments can be made for dialing in corner balancing as well as for improved handling, responsiveness, and overall balance. Skunk2's track- and street-tested Pro-C shock valving offers the perfect balance between daily driving and track performance and its all-new, shortened shock bodies and reduced shaft strokes help maintain adequate suspension travel on lowered vehicles for improved performance without sacrificing comfort.

  • 12-Way Adjustable Valving
  • Mono-Tube Construction
  • Shortened Shock Body and Stroke
  • Double-Adjustable Ride Height
  • One-Piece, Forged Shock Body
  • SAE9254V Racing Springs
  • 12 kg/mm Spring Rate (front and rear)

  • Specifications

    Brand: Skunk2
    Part Number: 541-05-6730

    Vehicle Fitment

    Acura RSX

    2 reviews for Skunk2 02-06 RSX Pro C Coilovers

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    1/14/2013 by Fernando

    Skunk2 Pro C Coilovers

    Awesome coilovers. Upgraded from Aspec suspension and noticed a big difference. Less body roll. Less understeer.

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    3/24/2012 by TaoHawaii


    They seem to be really good. A little on the stiff side at there softest rebound but a lot of adjustability. The only problem I had was one of the lock rings that mates against the shock body vibrates loose. I think over-tightening them should fit this though. But if it happens you'll have to get another $85 alignment every time.