I'm not saying your local America Tire is the same, but my local one was unable to find a bent in my wheel after going there twice. Another shop was able to find the bent in the rim. (This isnt on my civic) Bring it to another shop for a second opinion.
Maybe you can use two jacks to load the suspension? You will need both sides loaded evenly to ensure the endlinks are leveled at normal height. Getting the car on an alignment rack is also another way to get it loaded and accessible.
Based on some searching:
2017 Civic 4dr EX Turbo wheel is rated at ugly 28.79lbs.
Civic Si wheels are 42700-TBF-A91 and only found on Si cars, 28lbs. and produced by Enkei.
That said, the wider tire is heavier and I did lose about 1-2mpg from the car..but it looks sooo much...
Yea, the wiring isn't the issue. It's hilarious, it is using 5 SPDT relays to do its job.
I think this will definitely cost more than it's worth to me. Maybe if my commuter tail lights broke I would go this route.