So the driver side 8th gen axle doesn't fit?Haha... Well, I don't have any patients, but I am about out of patience on this thread... =p
We've moved on from RSX Base swapped axles and the real deal setup for superior reliability (for a little extra cash), is of course our 36mm hub options with axles listed here: http://www.karcepts.com/shop/product.php?id_product=53
OEM 36mm axles are crazy tough. We keep hearing feedback from customers really pushing them with K-swaps making power in the 500-1000hp mark using our 36mm hubs with OEM axles and still haven't broken one. When you are at that power level, you do have to assume axles are a wear item, but we've been surprised to hear that feedback.
If you have a little k20 w/ 200ish hp, then RSX Base w/ inners swapped will serve you fine.
Driver Side Type S + Passenger Side Si it is! :nod: I'll be ordering some of the 36mm hubs soon enough!Correct. It is too long and will bind. But, if you take a pair of 8th gen axles and swap the inner joints between them, that will in effect shorten the driver side just enough to make it safe.
resurrected...Did anyone ever try using this particular mainshaft: (04-08) TSX/(03-07) Accord mainshaft: 44500-SDA-A00 with a set of RSX base axles?
I have a K24Z1 block that I want to assemble and stick into my EF. I believe it requires that particular shaft for the back of the block. That's all the info that I have on it and would like a little more before I get too involved with this thing and end up having to use a custom axle or something. I can't see why Honda would make a mainshaft that is weird length.
Yes it works. Yes I am using them right now.
Works for EG not EK with EG subframe correct?? Sorry if I sound dumb.Re: RXS base axles works for EG!!!
damn good to know someone finally confirmed this. makes things much much easier for everyone! 🆙