Anyone out there know of anybody who has powder-coated their LX wheels?
I've been toying with the idea of powder-coating them blue and leaving the stock hubcaps on the car but am not sure how it would look.
Is the 12 Si P2R Clutchline, or Russell Stainless Steel Clutchline better?
I ordered the P2R one from Corsport for $45,
and the Russell Stainless Stee Clutchline at procivic is , $25.95
1) CorSport: Honda - 2012+ Honda Civic Si - P761
P2R Clutchline for $45.00
2) Honda Civic...
I am in the process of ordering these items, I would like some advice, or if anyone has ordered these....
1) Corsport Shifter Cable Bushings
2) They have the regular aluminum base bushings, or the hybrid ones, which one is better?
3) Mtec shifter spring, they have "race", or "sport" which is...
I'm purchasing these steel wheels with snow tires from someone that had it on an 8th gen civic but all the talk about the 8th gen SI wheels not clearing the calipers is having me worried. I read on some threads saying that 16 steelies would fit but I wasn't sure if it they came from a 2012 Civic...
Can anybody suggest a fair asking price for an LX's stock (steel) wheels and tires with about 6,000 miles. I'm low on cash and live in an apartment and these tires are really taking up my closet space lol :(
Just picked up a '12 LX Sedan 5MT as a daily beater last week. I was messing around with it in the garage and decided to weigh the OEM 15" steel wheel + tire. Results are kinda shocking.
All together with a brand new tire, the 15" steel wheel combo was only 35lbs. I weighed with me then me...
I'm planning on powder coating or plastidipping my stock wheels, havent decided which one yet...but i'm also planning on buying some locking wheel lug nuts. what is the size i need to buy? are they 1.25 or 1.50?
We have 1 set of 2012 15" Steel Wheels and Hub Caps available for cheap. These came off of a brand new 2012 that had alloys installed prior to delivery. If you are looking some steel wheels to install winter tires on these would be perfect. Note that if you have alloys and are going to...
Think I found a way to update it myself in the event of switching out wheels (lol...worth it if you do it 100 times or more):