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Discussion Starter · #1 · (Edited)
Lets put together a fitment recipe for the new civic. Ie what sizes, offsets, and tire sizes will work. Basically post what you have that works.
Just like this:
http://www.msprotege.com/forum/showthread.php?t=9129

Lets get er done
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Heres what we have so far.

Si/Coupe
16x7 50mm offset 205/55-16 (No drop)
17x7 45mm offset 215/45-17 (Stock Si Fitment)
17x7 40mm offset 215/45-17 (No drop)
17x7 55mm offset 215/45-17 (1.5" Drop)
17x7.5 38mm offset 225/40-17 (1.5" drop)
17x7.5 42mm offset 225/45-17
17x8 45mm offset 235/40-17
17x8 42mm offset 235/40-17 (1.4" drop w/Eibach Sportlines)
17x8 35mm offset 225/45-17
18x8 35mm offset 225/40-18 (HFP Suspension)
18x7.5 38mm offset 215/40/18 (w/ Skunk2 Drop)
18x7.5 40mm offset 225/40-18
18x7 45mm offset 215/40-18 (HFP Wheel Fitment)
18X8.5 45mm offset 235/35-18
18x7.5 50mm offset 215/40-18 (No Drop)
18x7.5 50mm offset 215/40-18 (1.5" drop)
18x7.5 45mm offset 225/40-18 (1.4" drop)
19x7.5 44mm offset (3mm spacers installed {41mm effectively}) 225/35-19 (Lowered 2.25" Tein SS)
19x8 40mm offset 225/35-19 (Dropped on HFP springs .5" drop or Tein SS 2.25" Drop)
20x7.5 45mm offset 225/30-20
20x8.5 35mm offset 225/30-20 (1" drop w/Eibach Prokit)



Sedan
17x7 35mm offset 215/40-17 (No Drop)
17x7 42mm offset 225/45-17 (lowered on Eibach Pro Kit)
17x7 45mm offset 215/45-17 (Stock Si Fitment)
17x7 55mm offset 205/45-17 (Lowered 2" Neuspeed Springs)
17x7 45mm offset 205/45-17 (Lowered 2" Neuspeed Springs)
17x7.5 45mm offset 215/50-17
17X8 43mm offset 225/45-17 (Lowered on Eibach Pro kit)
18x8 48mm offset 225/40-18
18x8 45mm offset 225/40-18 (lowered on Eibach Pro Kit with Negative rear camber)


added: calculator for wheel fitments - offset calculator
http://www.rims-n-tires.com/rt_specs.jsp
UPDATE 10/17/06
 
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Discussion Starter · #2 · (Edited)
:laughing: post what fitment works.:laughing:
 

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you might want to post if you do or do not have drop springs as well .. since this will greatly affect what rims fit the car

im running 2" neuspeed race and

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17x7 +55 and 17x7 +45 offset FIT with 205 45 17" tires
 

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Are you a member of the MSProtege.com forum? That site has got to be one of the most organized and well-thought out sites I have ever seen! I have been a member there since I first got my last car in 2003.

Oh yeah, and this is a GREAT idea. Maybe the first post in the thread should be updated with all the new "fitment recipes" occassionally so we don't have to search the thread for sizes and stuff.

I think we should make this thread sticky as well!
 

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Gone said:
Are you a member of the MSProtege.com forum? That site has got to be one of the most organized and well-thought out sites I have ever seen! I have been a member there since I first got my last car in 2003.

Oh yeah, and this is a GREAT idea. Maybe the first post in the thread should be updated with all the new "fitment recipes" occassionally so we don't have to search the thread for sizes and stuff.

I think we should make this thread sticky as well!
yup ill do that gone. i have been a member of the protge board since jan 2002. My username is mazdamanic5.
I bought a Protege5 in July of 01 and kept it until January 05.
Bought a Scion Xb Jan 05 until Jan 06 and now the Si. Sorry to tangent but yes i will update the first post.
Lets keep it current.
 

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yup ill do that gone. i have been a member of the protge board since jan 2002. My username is mazdamanic5.
I bought a Protege5 in July of 01 and kept it until January 05.
Bought a Scion Xb Jan 05 until Jan 06 and now the Si. Sorry to tangent but yes i will update the first post.
Lets keep it current.
Yeah I remember seeing you on there. My name is Gizmo360, I owned a 2001 MP3 until December 2005. Great car, but the '06 Si is miles ahead of it (literally!). Good to see you again!
 

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Yeah I remember seeing you on there. My name is Gizmo360, I owned a 2001 MP3 until December 2005. Great car, but the '06 Si is miles ahead of it (literally!). Good to see you again!
Hey i remember your username. Its a small world. I am a self proclaimed message board whore. Protege5.com, scionlife.com, 8thcivic.com, thefiringline.com, glocktalk.com, the list continues.
sORRY FOR THE TANGENT

Once this thing gets going i'll clean it up and hopefully get a sticky.
 

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there you go tim, edited.
 

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those look real nice. thanks for contributing.
 

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webby said:
you should also be saying what model you're talking about. IE - sedan, si, etc.
Great point i will edit it.
 

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ill update the first post as i get new info. If you see it on another thread please feel free to add it.
mazdamp3.com is an awesome site. Great resource
 

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I found some wheels I like and can afford. I have an EX coupe lowered on S-techs, and the wheels I want are 17x7 +40. Will they rub? I have no idea, someone help me out please--Brian
 
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