Factory wheel size, offset, and weights

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    #1 Administrator, Jan 26, 2016
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    2016 LX wheels:
    16x7"
    +45mm offset
    20.25 lbs (wheels only)
    40 lbs (with tires, without hubcaps)

    2016 EX wheels:
    16x7"
    +45mm offset

    2016 EX-T wheels:
    17x7"
    48.2 lbs (with tires)

    2016 Touring wheels:
    17x7"
    +45mm offset
    47.2 lbs (with tires)

    2017 Si wheels:
    18x8"
    +50mm offset
     
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    Just looked on tire rack, and the stock tires on the touring weigh 22 lbs. So the stock wheels weigh 25 lbs. Probably pretty average.
     
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    Just weighed my EX-T wheels/tires: 48.2 lbs

    Makes sense they weighing a bit more than tourings as they have a bit more "wheel" to their design.
     
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    Updated sticky, thanks!
     
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    Honda probably could have improved MPG even further with lighter wheels :p
     
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    I'm sure they did, but at the same time you can't reduce the reliability/strength of the wheels, without getting more expensive.
     
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    does the LX have the same offset as the EX?
     
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    Yes
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    #9 xcivicx, Mar 22, 2016
    Last edited: Apr 1, 2016
    LX steel wheel without the hub cap = 40 lbs.

    add: the steel wheel alone is 20.25lbs (scale fluctuates from 20 to 20.5)
     
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    Anyone know how much pressure is needed in stock Touring wheels and tires? My LX door jam says 32psi front and rear. Curious because I swapped out my steelies for some touring wheels and tires. I know they're most likely different. Or can someone with a touring please check out what it says on your doorjam?
     
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    Maybe admin can revise the op with tire pressure as well lol
     
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    Anyone know if the tire sizes for the touring and the EX-T are the same or not? Looking to get a set of Touring wheels for my EX-T, and use my EX-T rims as winter wheels....
     
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    I think it's the same, I bought a set of Touring take offs with stock Firestone tires 215/50 17
     
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    They are the same size. All the Turbos use the same Firestone tires
     
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    Updated LX wheel info.
     
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