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Nice to see CTRs take D street this year! Woo


  • D Street: Alex Piehl; Pittsburgh, PA; Steel Cities Region; Honda Civic Type R, 0.451 (second National Championship, first in class)
  • D Street Ladies: Stephanie Reynoso; Austin, TX; Lone Star Region, Honda Civic Type R, 3.219 (third National Championship, third in class)
 

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Nice to see CTRs take D street this year! Woo


  • D Street: Alex Piehl; Pittsburgh, PA; Steel Cities Region; Honda Civic Type R, 0.451 (second National Championship, first in class)
  • D Street Ladies: Stephanie Reynoso; Austin, TX; Lone Star Region, Honda Civic Type R, 3.219 (third National Championship, third in class)
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Anybody know what class I would be in with 265 tires on 9.5 wheel and rear sway bar? Thanks
 

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Anybody know what class I would be in with 265 tires on 9.5 wheel and rear sway bar? Thanks
If youre on 19s I believe youd be in D street, but wheel requirements are a tad stringent.

13.4 WHEELS Any type wheel may be used provided it complies with the following: A. It is the same width as standard and as installed it does not have an offset more than ±7.00 mm (±0.275”) from a standard wheel for the car. The resultant change in track dimensions is allowed. B. Wheel (rim) diameter may be increased or decreased 1” from the standard part. Wheel spacers are permitted provided the resultant combination complies with the offset requirements of this Section. On vehicles supplied with an OE wheel spacer, the wheel spacer shall be considered as a part of the wheel. Wheel studs, lug nuts, valve stems (including pressure-relief types), and/or bolt length may be changed.
 

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Anybody know what class I would be in with 265 tires on 9.5 wheel and rear sway bar? Thanks
As is mentioned above 9.5 width wheels would bump you into STU. If you ONLY have wheels and a RSB as your only mods, and you care about being competitive in a class, running the stock 20's and staying in DStreet would keep you the most competitive.

As for tires, you can run any tire that will fit on the wheel. I know some member here have tried all the way up to a 285 on the NSX 8.5" wide wheels. 265 is what many people here run (myself included), but on the narrower wheels.
 
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