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  1. Join Date
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    #451
    Sirs,
    Hope i'm not too O.T., but anyone knows anyone selling 2009 2.0 Civic OEM
    17's wheels? upgrading my FD's 1.8s OEM

    Thanks

  2. Join Date
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    #452
    Medyo wala pako nakikita. Konti lang kasi bumibili ng 2.0 ngayon eh. Pero abang-abang ka lang, meron din mag-uupgrade!

    Or punta ka sa www.teamfd.com.ph, may nagbebenta ng prefacelift USDM Si rims na 17s, pati DC5 rims.

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    #453
    I already use Yokohama, Brigestone ,Toyo tire . I like this brand of Tires for daily driving.

  4. Join Date
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    #454
    Quote Originally Posted by ssaloon View Post
    Pareho tayo bro. I'm itching to upgrade to 17s on 225/45/17 rubber, then Tein H.Tech + Modulo MMC kit. Nagpipigil lang talaga kasi maraming iba pang priorities.

    BTTT, for me, I always take note of the thickness of the rubber rather than the overall diameter compared to stock/actual speedometer reading.
    Baka sabay tayo mag Modulo MMC kit hehe.

    How much more different price/comfortwise would be the 225/45/17 be compared to the 215/45/17?

    Also, is 2xx/50/17 a possibility? Para there's a little more rubber. Don't need lower-profile tires.

    Just same comfort and nice rims.

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    #455
    Sa TFD may naka 225/50/17. Ok lang basta no drop para walang sayad.

    Di nako updated sa prices. Bought my tires over 3 years ago. P6300 per tire.

    Haven't ridden a car yet with 215/45/17. I have rode in an EK on 215/4017 pero given na sobrang tagtag kasi naka Taiwan coilovers siya...

  6. Join Date
    Mar 2005
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    #456
    Anyone know where to buy Falken Azenis ST-115's? Tireboy isn't up yet.

  7. Join Date
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    #457
    Quote Originally Posted by ssaloon View Post
    Sa TFD may naka 225/50/17. Ok lang basta no drop para walang sayad.

    Di nako updated sa prices. Bought my tires over 3 years ago. P6300 per tire.

    Haven't ridden a car yet with 215/45/17. I have rode in an EK on 215/4017 pero given na sobrang tagtag kasi naka Taiwan coilovers siya...
    Definitely no drop for me.

    Kung walang sayad, then I'm all for 225/50/R17

    By my calculations, there should be as much rubber (and hence, comfort) as the 205/55/R16s right?

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    #458
    Yep, should just be around the same thickness as the OEM 16s

    If ever, I might consider the Tein H.Tech springs. 1" drop on all fours. Para bumalik lang sa stock na tindig

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    #459
    Correction, 225/55/17 pala yung tires ng isang member sa TFD.

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    #460
    Quote Originally Posted by ssaloon View Post
    Correction, 225/55/17 pala yung tires ng isang member sa TFD.
    If he could do 225/55/17s, then 225/50/17s would mean even less sayad

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