BUDDY CLUB EXTENDED BALL JOINTS AND SUSPENSION GEOMETRY
In our constant pursuit to make cars faster we took Steve’s 1998 Honda Civic EK and really concentrated on his front suspension geometry. Common issue is that when you lower your car for track use is that you change the roll center point of intersection. What this does is aggressively changes your suspension geometry even more when you load the suspension causing it to scrub the tires. By installing the Buddy Club extended ball joints we are able to move the lower control arm closer to an OEM state helping the roll center point of intersection. Beyond that we flipped the ball joint for bump steer correction and chopped the spindle to return the upper control arm closer to the OEM geometry. Because of these mods the tires no longer scrub aggressively at the track and response from input of steering wheel is amazing.