Red Touring on 19" wheels and air suspension

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    image.jpeg image.jpeg image.jpeg image.jpeg Here's some pics of my wife's touring stay tuned
     
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    You already have suspension done? or is this photoshopped lol
     
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    Vossen cvt, looks nice. Wouldn't have thought of putting it on the civic. Neat! Wheel specs?
     
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    It's suspension.... Just not in the Final playing with different set up to make it work right
     
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    There 19"
     
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    width? offset?
     
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    what suspension did you use?
     
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    Using accord front shocks it's and bitch once i get the end result I'll post it
     
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    My wife would kill me..
     
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    Yea, if it was your car then no biggie, but I dont understand how your wife could tolerate being seen driving in that...
     
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    I think air bags would be better when they become available.. That way she could drive it stock height or lowered a bit and you can drive it almost slammed.
     
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    Yeah I think bags would be best. I had a slammed 2011 Si that was on coilovers. I'm never going back to static suspension again. If I were to lower my car (still up in the air) I would definitely get bags, but it'll be awhile until a company makes once for the 10th gen.
     
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    My wife loves it
     
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    #15 CTR, Jan 16, 2016
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    Hope your wife drives extra slow on only well-paved roads. I'd hate to see what the quarter panels and front subframe look like after 1000 miles. Get air suspension or raise it up IMO. You're ruining a brand new car.
     
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