Zero Instructions came in the box with the springs. Besides recommending to trim the bump stops, which I did. I actually installed these springs myself at home with the help of a friend. I relied on the AHC Garage video and also some videos on spring installs from the 2022 civic si. I bought a...
Yea I’m on the sportline springs from 10th gen civic si. the tires clear, no rubbing or anything even on bumps. You’ll probably clear with those specs you are going for, just don’t go with a fat tire and you’ll just have some wheel poke
if you scroll up and look at “JC-RH” profile he has a really detailed post about what spacers he ran for perfect fitment. I went with aftermarket wheels if you want to see my new post. As for needing longer studs that would only be necessary if you go with a small slip on spacer like a 10mm, but...
Sitting on Eibach lowering springs, about a 2 inch drop.
Kansei Tandem Wheels 18x8.5 +35
On the stock 235/40/18 tires
Fitment is nearly flush and gives a good stance. You can go for a slightly wider wheel if you want it to be extremely flush , but otherwise these specs are good if you don’t...
holy, just seeing this post and it looks so good, fitment looks awesome. Going to try to achieve this look in the future
Also since you’re on coilovers, I’m guessing your driving modes don’t work anymore, or did you figure out a way past that
Yes I fixed the noise, I just checked the torque on everything, And added a little bit of grease to the top hat that connects to the strut, as during Install most of it rubbed off. Noise is now totally gone 👍