SpeedFactory Racing Rear Trailing Arm Kit With Staging Brakes (FWD)
SpeedFactory Racing Rear Trailing Arm Kit with Staging Brakes (4x100 Wheel Bolt Pattern, FWD)
Fitments: 90-01 Integra & 88-00 Civic
We’re proud to announce the re-release of a great product for FWD drag racers that was originally introduced by our friends over at Kaizenspeed; the Lightweight Rear Trailing Arm Kit with Staging Brakes. Kaizenspeed has shifted their focus to other products but still wanted this product to be available to the Honda drag racing community. We are now happy to offer these kits as a SpeedFactory Racing product with a few updates and new pricing!
This kit reduces weight in one of the most important areas of a FWD race car while maintaining the use of your OEM style shocks and lower control arms.
It features an adjustable wheelbase with a design optimized for lowered cars and is one of the best bang for the buck modifications you can make to reduce weight and improve ET’s and MPH by completely replacing the entire rear trailing arm and braking assembly. This allows for an extended wheelbase up to +2” to reduce weight transfer and reduces overall vehicle weight by 50+ pounds & improving front to rear weight bias!
50+ LBS lighter than stock
Extends the wheelbase up to 2” (adjustable)
Maintains the use of OEM shock and lower control arm
Toe adjustment and camber adjustment built-in
Deep Gloss Black powder coat finish
Wilwood Brake Calipers and Brake Pads
New Ultra-Lightweight slotted steel rotor design, 1/2 the weight of stock rotors
Now Includes both rear wheel speed sensor brackets for use with either ABS sensor or Hall effect sensor
- Rear Trailing Arms with lightweight spindle
- Ultra-Lightweight Slotted Rotors
- Wilwood calipers and brake pads
- Stainless brake lines and fittings
- Camber Adjuster
- Toe Adjuster
- Both rear wheel speed sensor brackets for either ABS sensor or Hall effect sensor
- All necessary brackets, bolts, and washers are included
- New 4x100 wheel hub assembly can also be included as an available option
Performance and Racing Parts Disclaimer:
This product is for OFFROAD USE ONLY!
*It is 100% your responsibility as the installer or user to ensure that the functionality of this product is satisfactory for the application.
IMPROPER USE MAY LEAD TO ACCIDENTS RESULTING IN PROPERTY DAMAGE, SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH. IF YOU ARE NOT QUALIFIED TO MAKE A DETERMINATION REGARDING THE SUITABILITY OF A COMPONENT, SEEK THE ADVICE OF A COMPETENT ENGINEER. Because the end user makes the sole determination of suitability for its application, SPEEDFACTORY LLC makes no recommendation or warranty, expressed or implied, as to merchantability or suitability for any purpose or longevity or safety. BECAUSE THE RACING ENVIRONMENT OFTEN EXPOSES VEHICLES TO STRESSES WHICH ARE NOT FORESEEABLE AND WHICH CAN EXCEED THE ABILITY OF ANY COMPONENT TO SURVIVE, THE END USER ASSUMES ALL RISK OF PROPERTY DAMAGE, INJURY OR DEATH WHICH MIGHT OCCUR WHILE USING THIS PRODUCT.
All performance or racing components must be inspected regularly for wear. It’s a good habit to inspect all components regularly, especially critical components such as brakes, tires, and suspension components. Often a catastrophic problem can be avoided by thorough attention to detail.
Frequently Asked Questions
What cars does this fit?
Civic from 1988-2000 including CRX, Civic coupe and sedan. Integra from 1990-2001 including DA, Integra coupe and sedan.
My car has drum brakes, will this fit?
Yes, it will bolt up to disc brake or drum brake cars. If your car has factory drum brakes you’ll need to purchase hubs for a disc brake car. We sell the correct hubs as an available option.
What about the lower control arm angle?
The Rear Trailing Arms were designed to achieve a straight lower control arm (LCA) when the wheelbase is extended ¾”. It is possible to have standard wheelbase or extend the wheelbase as much as 2” beyond stock. This is accomplished by bushing deflection. This can also be accomplished with an LCA that has spherical bearings installed.
Does this work with Traction Control?
Yes. Both sensor options work with traction control. Use the Hall sensor bracket if using a Hall effect sensor with an aftermarket standalone ECU – this reads off the back of the wheel studs.
If you are using Hondata Traction Control you will use the ABS Sensor Bracket and factory ABS sensor which reads off the factory ABS ring.
The ABS sensor is a mag sensor, which produces a sine wave. If you choose to go this route with an aftermarket standalone ECU such as AEM, Motec, Haltech, etc. you'll need a signal converter (MSD PN 8509) to convert from a sine wave to a square wave signal.
This product is intended for drag race builds and the brakes are designed specifically to stage a car with a hydraulic handbrake only, not off the foot pedal. We do not recommend using the rear brakes other than for staging purposes only.