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Generally speaking...

Should reduce suspension slop with poly suspension bushings.
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Increase in body rigidity with poly chassis bushings.

The rears shouldn't be needed when using aftermarket camber arms.
 

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They're designed to reduce bushing deflection which affects alignment, castor, camber etc. They will make your Civic handle substantially better.

Comparison to Poly - no comparison. Your car will have a jarring ride, at least with poly. The Mugen parts will give a bit on initial impace, but their proprietary material keeps it shape. We have installed these on many race cars with great success.

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What exactly does the Adjustable Rear Spring Mount Set adjust?
Reading the description of the item would probably help you out.

"Finally,an adjustable rear spring mount set for the current generation Civic Si and Type R. Allows you to keep your car's stance correct when utilizing sport or racing springs - all with Mugen's quality and attention to detail."

Or in laymens terms.. you can use a stiffer aftermarket springs (lowering springs) and retain the stock height using those.
 

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Who the hell cares? This thread is not going to eat your first born child so I don't see any problem. This is a forum, it's meant for learning and sharing so old threads pop up here and there.
Cannibalism isn't allowed on the 8th ma' man, so take a chill pill. Why so defensive? Ever thought that the comment was meant as an affirmative as opposed to the negative to which you've succumbed? Do not be so quick to judge as you act a fool. In any event, you're absolutely right, this is a place of higher learning(Sometimes), so yes threads will be revived from time to time.


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