Quick and easy way to open up a boat load of suspension options. All you need is 1994-2001 Integra front forks. They bolt right up and will give you the chance to run DC2 suspension.
But there is a small issue with running the DC2 front forks. Notice how the Da forks are a lot wider than the DC2 forks. the opening is about 10mm apart from each other. So, when steering into a full lock position you will run into the fork rubbing a little on the axle.
`In order to avoid any rubbing. I suggest grinding down the down to allow some clearance away from the axle. Using a Carbide bit , flapper wheel or any grinder of your choice.
In the photo above I was able to knock out about 3mm of clearance, without destroying the structural integrity of the fork. And if you wanted to take things a bit further. I highly recommend powder coating the forks for a nice finish and will hide all of the grinding marks.
(The color I used is called "Black Jack" from prismatic powders. A really nice satin black look & will last a long time without fading or chipping like standard paint. )
I hope this blog has been helpful. Thanks everyone for the constant love and support... Cheers!