ProDrive's Stage 1 Honda/Acura driveline; The Stage 1 hub can be ordered in four- or five-
ProDrive has developed Honda traction systems to suit the needs and budget of struggling racers and hard-up power mongers.
The company's Stage 1 system is designed for street/stripuse and can be found in Jarrod Silvers' all-motor drag CRX. The Stage 1 system features components that are directly interchangeable with their OE counterparts, which means you can fortify the area of your driveline that needs it most, and do so with minimal modification.
The Stage 1 setup is available in four- or five-lug con-figurations and consists of a wheel hub, outboard CV joint, nut and four studs. The four-lug setup delivers larger Accord/Prelude spline diameter while retaining the popular Civic 4x100 bolt pattern. The ProDrive outer CV joint also features a stronger bearing cage compared to OE, thus improving durability even with the high stress of drag-style launches.
The ProDrive outer CV features a larger Accord/Prelude spline diameter and a stronger bear
A popular addition to the kit is a set of ProDrive axles. The entire axle, right down to the tripod, is manufactured from solid billet and CNC-precision machined to exact tol-erances. Each axle is then heat-treated to ProDrive specifications and shotpeened to ensure superior durability.
The Stage 2 kit is for high- horsepower race-only cars or those cars that run with big slicks-26-inch, 28-inch or bigger. The ProDrive Stage 2 drivetrain includes spool, intermediate shaft and carrier bracket, inboard CV joint, axle shaft, outboard CV joint, wheel hubs, boot, studs and all necessary mounting hardware
ProDrive also offers drag spools for Hondas, Acuras and Mitsubishi Eclipses.
ProDrive top. Stock bottom.
Upgrading axles may be agood idea. ProDrive axles come in two stages of modification. The
The Stage 2 driveline is for more serious, race-only applications involving big power and