Civic coupe lowered on Godspeed mono ss

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This is my civic LX-P on godspeeds just wanted to post this to see what you guys think more pictures on my IG:jhene_fc2
Wheels are Esr SR09 18/8.5+30

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Damn that looks good. I was looking at teh esr sr08 in 18x8.5 +30. Was afraid of having to roll the fenders. Did you have to mod the fenders at all or do any work to get the wheels and tires to fit? And what size tires you running?
 

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Looks great, those wheels suit the body lines. Well though out mods :drive: how do the coils ride? Are they harsh?
 
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Damn that looks good. I was looking at teh esr sr08 in 18x8.5 +30. Was afraid of having to roll the fenders. Did you have to mod the fenders at all or do any work to get the wheels and tires to fit? And what size tires you running?
The wheels fit great the tire I'm running is 235/40/18 but I think 225/45/18 would work better for your fenders cause right now my tires do rub my fenders on harsh bumps
 
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Looks great, those wheels suit the body lines. Well though out mods :drive: how do the coils ride? Are they harsh?
The coils are harsh at first but once you break them in they ride pretty smooth a little bouncy but you get used to it.
 

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This is what bothers me about wheels. Some wheels I've seen with +35 are already slighty poked. Then I see there wheel at +30 and they are flush or almost flush. Can anyone explain that to me?
 

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This is what bothers me about wheels. Some wheels I've seen with +35 are already slighty poked. Then I see there wheel at +30 and they are flush or almost flush. Can anyone explain that to me?
Camber adjustment ;) that's the difference 99% sure of it o_O:thumbsup:
 

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I know that has a lot to do. But OP looks like he isn't cambered at all. You cambered OP?
 
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I know that has a lot to do. But OP looks like he isn't cambered at all. You cambered OP?
I am only in rear but I was thinking to camber front a little to fix my issue
 
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This is what bothers me about wheels. Some wheels I've seen with +35 are already slighty poked. Then I see there wheel at +30 and they are flush or almost flush. Can anyone explain that to me?
Well the +30 or +35 refers to the offset of the wheel that makes a difference of how centered your wheel is they have a lot of offset calculators and tools that can help you figure out the perfect one for you
 

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