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Car looks fantastic keep it up.
I'm in love with a Civic! ft T-Pain Looks great man!Update 03-13-2017!
Its been a bit since i posted on my build thread lol, but i've been busy!
List of parts added:
- PWJDM Fuse box Cover, Coil Pack Cover, ECU Cover, Cooling plate
- PWJDM Oilcap, Red
- K-Tuned Dip Stick, Red
- PWJDM Fender Washers (EVERYWHERE), Red
- PWJDM Rear Spoiler Gunnery Flap
- Devsport USA Sidespitters with Winglets, Front Splitter with winglets
- Work Wheels CR-Kai's 17x7, 5x114, +43 Offset
- Bridgestone Potenza 970RS Pole Positions
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Ya i think some spacers would give Aloha a more aggressive fitment,Looking good! Do you plan on running spacers with those wheels? I would think you could run at least a 15mm, probably even a 20mm.
I didn't mean for clearance of anything, rather aesthetics. I just think it looks good when the wheels and tires are flush with the fender lips. To each their own though.Nah i had them test fitted and checked for clearence and they clear fine with out them, if anything i was going to run a 5mm spacer all around
Spacers, when properly installed, are as safe as running no spacer. You just have to make sure you run the correct hubcentric spacer for your application. In our case we have 64.1mm hubs. I run 20mm hubcentric spacers and also run hubcentric rings on the wheel side as my wheels are 73mm hubs. This is a good read here. I know it's a Mustang website, but these guys are actual engineers:See i wanted to run spacers, but i got friends on both sides of the fence
One side says "Running spacers is dangerous!" and the other side says "They are fine"
I've heard horror stories, but have seen the results of spacers when run properly, so I'm kind of on the fence