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Old 02-26-2012, 06:42 PM   #8021 (permalink)
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Cool post brah...

Tell that to honda who put a STOCK 17 (SI) and 16 (EX/LX) on our car...
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Old 02-26-2012, 06:47 PM   #8022 (permalink)
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You know i've been sitting here reading this whole 17's versus 19's and one thing I find hilarious is everyone fails to mention how with 19's you can still get a sick drop (without spacers and a F'ed up camber) and rock a HFP kit and call it a day. People are saying how 19's mess up so much and ride all messed up on our cars but no one is mentioning the fact that they drop there cars on these tiny a$$ 17's and grind or roll fenders, rock spacers which are extremely unsafe and screw up tires with all types of weird camber numbers. IMO our 8TH GENERATION CIVICS look perfect with 18's and 19's. Again 17's are extremly small and look stupid on our cars. The person who said 17's are so 90's is 100% correct. But almost all of the kids on this forum don't understand what we mean because if I was 13,14,15, etc. then they were 7,8,9, etc. But 18's and 19's are the best sizes for our cars. People talk like we are driving Lambo's (with 19's you loose performance etc) which depending on the model come with 19's
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17's are so lame...


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Old 02-26-2012, 07:05 PM   #8025 (permalink)
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Old 02-26-2012, 07:31 PM   #8026 (permalink)
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Old 02-26-2012, 07:38 PM   #8027 (permalink)
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Cool post brah...

Tell that to honda who put a STOCK 17 (SI) and 16 (EX/LX) on our car...
Lmfaooooo , Honda stay putting the wrong sizes on there cars :/


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Old 02-26-2012, 07:46 PM   #8028 (permalink)
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Old 02-26-2012, 07:46 PM   #8029 (permalink)
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You know i've been sitting here reading this whole 17's versus 19's and one thing I find hilarious is everyone fails to mention how with 19's you can still get a sick drop (without spacers and a F'ed up camber) and rock a HFP kit and call it a day. People are saying how 19's mess up so much and ride all messed up on our cars but no one is mentioning the fact that they drop there cars on these tiny a$$ 17's and grind or roll fenders, rock spacers which are extremely unsafe and screw up tires with all types of weird camber numbers. IMO our 8TH GENERATION CIVICS look perfect with 18's and 19's. Again 17's are extremly small and look stupid on our cars. The person who said 17's are so 90's is 100% correct. But almost all of the kids on this forum don't understand what we mean because if I was 13,14,15, etc. then they were 7,8,9, etc. But 18's and 19's are the best sizes for our cars. People talk like we are driving Lambo's (with 19's you loose performance etc) which depending on the model come with 19's
We don't care about your opinion. This smiley was made for people like you... learn to use it correctly lol

17s ride better, there's no doubt. They let you go lower, tires are a bit cheaper. Some may think that 18s look better, it's all personal preference. I think that 18s fit the wheel well a bit better, but sometimes look a bit too big. 19s are... for a lack of a better word.. just stupid rofl. You obviously know NOTHING about anything if you think needing spacers have something to do with a 'sick drop'... If anything you need more camber for 19s. Spacers doesn't have anything to do with a drop. Any wheels from 15" to 21" can get the same width/offset that we use for our cars... There isn't really a 'best size for our cars'. It's all personal preference. From what I can understand though, the majority of people who have any taste in cars don't particularly like 19s on a civic (with some rare exceptions where sometimes it DOES look good... but that's like 1 in a 100). Do everyone a favour and keep your useless opinions to yourself.. lol
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Old 02-26-2012, 07:53 PM   #8030 (permalink)
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He has convinced me. I'm getting 19s thanks.
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Old 02-26-2012, 07:53 PM   #8031 (permalink)
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You know i've been sitting here reading this whole 17's versus 19's and one thing I find hilarious is everyone fails to mention how with 19's you can still get a sick drop (without spacers and a F'ed up camber) and rock a HFP kit and call it a day. People are saying how 19's mess up so much and ride all messed up on our cars but no one is mentioning the fact that they drop there cars on these tiny a$$ 17's and grind or roll fenders, rock spacers which are extremely unsafe and screw up tires with all types of weird camber numbers. IMO our 8TH GENERATION CIVICS look perfect with 18's and 19's. Again 17's are extremly small and look stupid on our cars. The person who said 17's are so 90's is 100% correct. But almost all of the kids on this forum don't understand what we mean because if I was 13,14,15, etc. then they were 7,8,9, etc. But 18's and 19's are the best sizes for our cars. People talk like we are driving Lambo's (with 19's you loose performance etc) which depending on the model come with 19's
Gents, we've been trolled.
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Old 02-26-2012, 08:00 PM   #8032 (permalink)
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You know i've been sitting here reading this whole 17's versus 19's and one thing I find hilarious is everyone fails to mention how with 19's you can still get a sick drop (without spacers and a F'ed up camber) and rock a HFP kit and call it a day. People are saying how 19's mess up so much and ride all messed up on our cars but no one is mentioning the fact that they drop there cars on these tiny a$$ 17's and grind or roll fenders, rock spacers which are extremely unsafe and screw up tires with all types of weird camber numbers. IMO our 8TH GENERATION CIVICS look perfect with 18's and 19's. Again 17's are extremly small and look stupid on our cars. The person who said 17's are so 90's is 100% correct. But almost all of the kids on this forum don't understand what we mean because if I was 13,14,15, etc. then they were 7,8,9, etc. But 18's and 19's are the bet sizes for our cars. People talk like we are driving Lambo's (with 19's you loose performance etc) which depending on the model come with 19's
Wow. Just shut up. You don't know sh!t. You're in the Stanced thread. Not "Lifted Candy Painted Civics".

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Old 02-26-2012, 08:04 PM   #8033 (permalink)
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So your broke don't hate though on 18's or 19's cause you are either broke or cheap. And the ******* smilys are being used correctly a$$. And what your excited because you have 17's and your car makes a little scrapping noise over speed bumps. It has to be a lot of fun replacing radiators. HATER!!!!
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Old 02-26-2012, 08:08 PM   #8034 (permalink)
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Old 02-26-2012, 08:08 PM   #8035 (permalink)
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I never said spacers have anything to do with camber dumb ****. I was just mentioning what is used to put a 17x9 or 17x10 which is also ******* rediculous. And the only way a 19 would need more of a camber is if someone with 19's thinks they are on 17's and goes for the whack ass scrap effect.
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Old 02-26-2012, 08:11 PM   #8036 (permalink)
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I know exactly what thread we are in dip ****. But I was responding to earlier post. Just in case you didn't notice smart guy. -l-
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Old 02-26-2012, 08:13 PM   #8037 (permalink)
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He has convinced me. I'm getting 19s thanks.
You definitely should go 19's because they look good on the car and you can still get a really sick drop and finish it off with the hot HFP kit...
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So your broke don't hate though on 18's or 19's cause you are either broke or cheap. And the ******* smilys are being used correctly a$$. And what your excited because you have 17's and your car makes a little scrapping noise over speed bumps. It has to be a lot of fun replacing radiators. HATER!!!!
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I never said spacers have anything to do with camber dumb ****. I was just mentioning what is used to put a 17x9 or 17x10 which is also ******* rediculous. And the only way a 19 would need more of a camber is if someone with 19's thinks they are on 17's and goes for the whack ass scrap effect.
Funny thing is that these guys running 17's and 18's have rims worth up to $2500. How much does it cost for some chrome 19's? $600?
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I know exactly what thread we are in dip ****. But I was responding to earlier post. Just in case you didn't notice smart guy. -l-
Only 19 post and going hard already lol

Everyone has there own look n wants. Your in the wrong thread to wanna b unique bro. There's only one look in here to join their circle jerk lol phuckem!!!


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Old 02-26-2012, 08:15 PM   #8040 (permalink)
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Funny thing is that these guys running 17's and 18's have rims worth up to $2500. How much does it cost for some chrome 19's? $600?
Good point here bro lol :-/


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