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Today I fitted Eibach Pro springs and new 19" OZ Racing Canova on my car
 

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the rear wheel arches on the civic are massive, they make the 19's look tiny
 

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They look pretty good, how does it ride on the 19's?
I seems 18" to 19" make no different ride but Eibach springs helps more steady drive I am happy with it Everyone look at my wheels when I am in town :cool:
 

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Today I fitted Eibach Pro springs and new 19" OZ Racing Canova on my car
They look amazing.

I think i'm almost sold on a type-s diesel rather than the type-r now :D
If you wouldn't mind, I've got a few questions for you [smilie=tongue.gif]

1. Are the springs specifically designed for the diesel and its heavier engine or are they for the whole range incl. petrol ?
2. Do the wheels catch on rough/bouncy roads ?
3. Where did you get the springs from and what is the part no. ?
4. What size tyre's did you get ?
5. Last question...what is the offset/ET of those wheels ?

Cheers
Jonathan
 

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They look amazing.

I think i'm almost sold on a type-s diesel rather than the type-r now :D
If you wouldn't mind, I've got a few questions for you [smilie=tongue.gif]

1. Are the springs specifically designed for the diesel and its heavier engine or are they for the whole range incl. petrol ?
2. Do the wheels catch on rough/bouncy roads ?
3. Where did you get the springs from and what is the part no. ?
4. What size tyre's did you get ?
5. Last question...what is the offset/ET of those wheels ?

Cheers
Jonathan
Yes Eibach pro springs for diesel not petrol so I will look eibach part no. also offset/et too tomorrow
wheels size is 235x35x19"
I find no problem as the ride seems good steady brilliant corners as you know low profile tyres bit harder thats normal Are you planning doing lke mine ? the wheels looks great :cool:
 

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Thats the closest Ive seen to a type R looks really good ;) Obviously you added the grill????
 

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Thats the closest Ive seen to a type R looks really good ;) Obviously you added the grill????
yeah I put type r grille ....it helps my car looks cool:cool:
 

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Wow looks the muts nuts
 

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Yes Eibach pro springs for diesel not petrol so I will look eibach part no. also offset/et too tomorrow
wheels size is 235x35x19"
I find no problem as the ride seems good steady brilliant corners as you know low profile tyres bit harder thats normal Are you planning doing lke mine ? the wheels looks great :cool:
I really wanted a type-r but i do around 25k miles a year so could really do with a diesel again :D
I was put off by the standard look of the type-s but I love the look of yours.
The ride height and wheel fitment is bang on....that combined with the type-r front grill and a bit of colour coding and i'll be well happy i think :D

I drive a Skoda Fabia vRS which is chipped up to 180bhp ish so to get similar performance i think a remap will definatley be in order too :cool:

Just need to find a dealer that will give me a fair price for mine and a decent price on a new one now :confused:
 

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Your Type S looks the dog's dangly bits. :cool:
 

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pure class. how much is it lowered, i collect mine now on monday ,milano red, easily as nice as type r i think, good luck
 

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Looks awesome - do you mind me asking where you got the springs and who fitted them? I was just thinking last night how I'd love to lower my Type S, think it adds the finishing touch!
 
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