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Do we have a Fitment/Wheels & Tires thread?

Figured I'd throw these up so you can see what they look like. Specs of the first wheel are the stock Sport wheels. Tires are 245/35

Wheels are Aodhan AFF7. Follow the IG for more content @roymerperez_yt

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Great photos @roymerperez_yt! Thanks for sharing! Does the car ride any different with the new wheels/tires?
 

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Great photos @roymerperez_yt! Thanks for sharing! Does the car ride any different with the new wheels/tires?
Yup, but I think the biggest difference comes down to the tires. Going from a 40 section to a 35 is big. But I put them on yesterday and only drove home and back to work today (6 miles). Ill take it to the NC mountain this weekend to get a better feel for it.

Thank you @roymerperez_yt!

Are you planning to lower it when aftermarket springs, coilovers and other suspension modifications become available?
I think a 1.2-1.5 inch drop would go well with your wheel setup for a practical daily setup.
Im dying to but no one makes them yet. I reached out to Eibach on IG and they said they're working on getting a lower car to test on. Without giving too much away, it sadly may not happen on this car.
 

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Yup, but I think the biggest difference comes down to the tires. Going from a 40 section to a 35 is big. But I put them on yesterday and only drove home and back to work today (6 miles). Ill take it to the NC mountain this weekend to get a better feel for it.



Im dying to but no one makes them yet. I reached out to Eibach on IG and they said they're working on getting a lower car to test on. Without giving too much away, it sadly may not happen on this car.
I got the same response from them as well recently.

"Hi we do not have an ETA yet as we haven't started any testing process for the 2022+ Civic."

How do you like ride quality now with those new wheels and tires.
Has it changed?
 

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Do we have a Fitment/Wheels & Tires thread?

Figured I'd throw these up so you can see what they look like. Specs of the first wheel are the stock Sport wheels. Tires are 245/35

Wheels are Aodhan AFF7. Follow the IG for more content @roymerperez_yt

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Fitment here is on point. That's a +40 offset right?
How about suspension? I want to say stock but it seems too good!
Its a 42mm offset, stock suspension my dude.
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Yup, but I think the biggest difference comes down to the tires. Going from a 40 section to a 35 is big. But I put them on yesterday and only drove home and back to work today (6 miles). Ill take it to the NC mountain this weekend to get a better feel for it.



Im dying to but no one makes them yet. I reached out to Eibach on IG and they said they're working on getting a lower car to test on. Without giving too much away, it sadly may not happen on this car.
Today I installed skunk2 Pro-ST coilovers for the 16-20 sport on my 22 civic lx sedan and they are a direct bolt on. The only modification needed is a little tab on the front coilovers assembly needs to be taken off. It comes off very easily with pliers.
 

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Here's a walkaround with the new wheels.

Roy; Your SGP Civic looks terrific with that tire and wheel setup from Fitment. I'm awaiting delivery of a SGP Si in early March. In your opinion will that tire/ wheel setup work nicely on my SI? You mention no rubbing or spacers needed. Anything else I should be cautious of ? Is the tire brand a good durable one ? Appreciate your assist.
Thanks Keith McPherson
 
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