Looking at the TE37 Saga Time Attacks, but what size.

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I am looking for aggressive poke, but I don't want to rub with swift or eibach pro springs. The two specs I am looking at for this wheel are 18x9 23 offset, or the safe choice which would be 18x9.5 with 45 offset. I am guessing 18x9.5 20 offset is completely out of the question but worth asking. I will be using BF Goodrich Sport Comp 2 tires that I get from my team in 255/35/18 since they run a little bulky. Thanks in advance!
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I am looking for aggressive poke, but I don't want to rub with swift or eibach pro springs. The two specs I am looking at for this wheel are 18x9 23 offset, or the safe choice which would be 18x9.5 with 45 offset. I am guessing 18x9.5 20 offset is completely out of the question but worth asking. I will be using BF Goodrich Sport Comp 2 tires that I get from my team in 255/35/18 since they run a little bulky. Thanks in advance!
I'm lowered on the Eibach Pro springs and I have the Sagas in a 18x9.5 with the 45 offset on my FK8 with the Advan Neovas in a 265/35/18 and dont rub and personally love how it sits
 
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No idea if the FK7 is the same since the suspension sits differently. But with the FK8, I think the general rule I've heard here when I previously asked this question was you would have to go no lower than +40 (with a 18x9.5in wheel and 265s) to avoid fender work or excessive camber. This is with springs mind you. If you stay at stock height, I think you can do +35 comfortably for aggressive poke.

Maybe try asking in the general civic forums to see if it's the same?
 
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They need to make this colorway in the OGs hehe
 
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