Awesome, definitely post an update, I really want to know if these are worth-while or just a hassle with a DD.
I have the solid bushings in my Evo X (called Perrin Positive Response Steering System) along with a Whiteline Roll Center Kit, and those two combined made such an amazing difference in steering and feel I'd like to do something similar with the Acura, although it looks like the roll center kit on Healtoe would require me going with adjustable coil overs in the Acura which I don't have, just Konis and an Eibach spring kit. I'm kind of afraid to pull the trigger on the solid bushings since you didn't like them and I'm also paranoid I'll ruin my ball joints pulling the lower control arm out.
I haven't done much since the RL calipers. I got all the dings pulled out yesterday, 10 dents for $600. I've got front/rear Euro R lips, and A-Spec side skirts coming, so next thing is to get the car wet sanded on the side thats been repainted (last owner had a motorcycle scrap down the side) rear bumper damaged fixed, those parts painted/installed, and the whole car polished, maybe look into that ceramic coating.
I've been doing a lot of homework about the Euro R seats, so after the bodywork that'll be next, then I'll probably look at doing some research to make the car feel more planted. I split driving (in the summer) between the TSX and an Evolution X on Ohlins and the above-mentioned bushings and that makes the TSX feel really loosey-goosey.
Another question, my alignment guys could only get the rears set -2.7/-2.2, did you do a rear camber kit, think correcting that with a kit would help? Tire wear has been fine so far (10k miles). If so what do you recommend, and do you recommend replacing any other components back there (anything prone to wear poorly). Thanks
2014 Evolution X GSR - Wicked White
2006 Acura TSX 6MT - Royal Blue Pearl --> here