The rear Fortune-Auto Coilover canisters are installed on the roll cage. The shocks are equipped with Eibach ERS springs.
The rear suspension is unbelievably straightforward. A factory Honda HPD rear swaybar is used in the soft position with stock links equipped with ESM spherical bearings.
Like the Spoon Civic, the PZ Tuning Civic uses a PE Racing self-contained pedal box. This pedal box makes installing a dual master cylinder system in any car a snap.
The front brakes are by Stop Tech, nothing too crazy, just Stop Tech 355mm floating rotors with their ST40 4-piston Trophy calipers.
The front wheels are Volk TE37’s or ZE40’s in 18×11 wrapped in super sticky autocross compound 315/30-18 Hoosier A7 tires.
The rear brakes are completely stock. The brake system uses Project Mu pads and Stop Tech braided steel brake lines. Like most of the car, the brakes are very obtainable and straightforward.
The rear wheels are 18×9.5 Volk TE37’s or ZE40’s with 255/30-18 Hoosier A7 tires. It is interesting that the PZ Civic has a reverse stagger with much smaller rear tires than front.
One of the main places where the car diverges straightforward and easy to do is the aero. Although it was not done with full body CFD or wind tunnel testing it works extremely well and is the secret of the cars blazing speed.
The car uses a front wing concept to achieve a huge amount of front downforce. The front wing/splitter is made of vacuum infused carbon from a mold so complex geometries are possible.