Jsport Honda Pilot Chase Package

The Jsport Pilot Chase Package is a favorite for a reason, as it is the perfect addition to the already fabulous vehicle.  This package is the one that put Jsport on the map since it's initial release and is still maintaining a top spot in our lineup. Each part used in the package is of the highest quality, far exceeding OEM standards.


When your Honda Pilot needs just a little bit more attitude while remaining fully capable of being sophisticated enough for the night out on the town, the Jsport Chase package has you covered. In the Jsport Performance Accessories Honda Pilot Chase package are the following:

  • Signature Jsport 1.5” Leveling Kit: To allow the SUV to traverse rough terrain more efficiently, our billet aluminum spacer lifts the body of the truck by 1.5 inches while correcting any angle deviations with end links on the sway bar. It raises the front end to 12 inches over the lowest point of the truck, adding more symmetry to the stance when viewed from the side.

  • KMC XD Wheel: Bringing race-proven style to the exterior, this wheel merges durability with multi-spoke style. This version is free of the simulated beadlock that you get with the “PreRun” Package. One of our best selling items for good reason, this wheel looks great on any Pilot.

  • Rugged All-Terrain Tires: To match the increased lift of the body these tires raise an additional one-inch taller than stock all-terrains. Their deep treads are engineered to excel over rough surfaces.


The tires are top of the line and are excellent year-round on wet and dry surfaces. They are also well suited for on-road comfort and provide a quiet ride. Visually appealing, the tires offer great traction and cornering and are rated at 60,000 miles, but tread life is not limited to that number as it is always based on the driving style. The KMC XD wheels are light in weight, but strong and tested, and always ready to take on the next challenge. 


(1) Side steps are sold separately. 

(2) Tires and wheels require mounting, balancing, and the relocating of the TPMS sensor.