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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 16th March 2015, 20:55 Thread Starter
 
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19" or 18" on Civic Tourer?

Hi guys,

Does anyone have some photos of the Civic Tourer with 19" or 18" wheels?
I'm planning to install H&R lowering springs and either 18" or 19" on it - but I can't find any photos of tourers with something similar except for the prototype.

Anyone have some photos or comments on this?

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post #2 of 12 (permalink) Old 16th March 2015, 21:47
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This is a tourer with 18" hydrogen alloys...
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If i search through my photos, i might have a couple of pics of my tourer with 19's on.
Or else i will get some in a weeks time.

If you are member of "Honda Klub Danmark" on Facebook, i could easier send you the photos.
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My tourer looks exactly like the one in the above picture above, in fact it might even be my car as it is a Honda picture! Really pleased with the hydrogen alloys and very easy to clean too! Looks better than the stock 17'' alloys. The dynamic body kit is good as well
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Room for 20's there easily
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My old Tourer on 19's and lowered 20/25.
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If it is 1.6 or 2.2 diesel go for it. Otherwise it will make it to lazy in first gear on petrol engines...
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Thinking about installing 18" instead of 17" on my future tourer, but Im afraid I will mes up the nice MPG.. anyone compared the 17" and the 18" mpg?


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What did you decide on?

I'm quit happy with the 17s
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I had the same question last year.
I decided to go for 19' on my tourer black Edition.

I have choosen super leight weight wheels (Autec Wizard).

Total weight with tyres : 21,8 kg.
17' Oem wheel weight: 22,2 kg.

The car has been lowered by eibach springs.

Here some pics
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I had the same question last year.
I decided to go for 19' on my tourer black Edition.

I have choosen super leight weight wheels (Autec Wizard).

Total weight with tyres : 21,8 kg.
17' Oem wheel weight: 22,2 kg.

The car has been lowered by eibach springs.

Here some pics
Looks great, how much difference was there to the ride and handling after adding the wheels and springs?
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