IMO i think the arms are still the best setup
possibly.. but the 3 arm kits are the only ones out so their really isn't much to compare.. i've also heard of 3-arm kits are more prone to gettin out of alignment because of so many adjustment options.. but i'm sure they work fine overallIMO i think the arms are still the best setup
i'll definitely keep you posted.. i'll try to take some pics.. the ingalls rear camber kit also comes with a 'rear ball joint' in addition to their single toe arm.. and of course you retain your other 2 factory arms so i don't see that safety would be to great of a concern.. considering you keep 2 oem arms (instead of none if you utilize a 3arm camber setup).. so in essence you still have 3 arms with the ingalls setup.. just not all 3 are adjustable lolDefinitely keep us posted on this item, we have known that this was out for some time now but have been hesitant for a few reasons:
When the 8th gen was first released, Megan actually tried to have more adjustment in it's 1-arm set-up but they quickly found out that the increase in adjustment caused other issues and that only so much adjustment could be found with one arm.
Also, my more major concern is how the suspension will be supported with only one arm. The Accord was actually using a 1-arm set-up on the model prior to the 8th gen, but Honda opted to go for a 3-arm to support the heavier car and new suspension in 08. My main concern would be changing something from the 3-arm support to 1-arm since if it were to fail things could go disastrously wrong. Hoping obviously they don't, but since Honda designed it this way I actually am hesitant because I'm sure Honda could have saved costs with a 1-arm set-up vs a 3 as well from the factory if it was a better option. Lastly, I'd be proactive in checking things in your testing just because I don't want to see you experience any issues (why I didn't test on my own) since there is only a 90 day warranty.
^^This.and of course you retain your other 2 factory arms so i don't see that safety would be to great of a concern.. considering you keep 2 oem arms (instead of none if you utilize a 3arm camber setup).. so in essence you still have 3 arms with the ingalls setup.. just not all 3 are adjustable.