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So as a conclusion.
+40 with 7.5" is a fit!
+43 with 7.5" also a fit!
235/40/18 tire will also fit if offset is ok!
No rubbing at all (but I did not lower my car)

another important info:
The stock wheel weight about 22lbs
the 17" TE37 is 15.8 lbs
the 18" LE28N is 15 lbs.

However with tire:
the TE37 with tire = 38 lbs
the LE28N with tire = 40 lbs

I am now having the 16" stock accord wheels on my car and it has 205 on the tire. To be honest, I think the 235 width is only good for fast conering. the 205 tire is actually better and more fun... feel like the steer is lighter. And the unsprung weight really helps/kills the performance. So, I would say the TE37 combo I have is the best option I have got. But, of course, for looks, I will put the LE28N. hee hee.....
 

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The TE-37s gets my vote. Ideally suited to the car. All you need to do is to drop the car an inch or so all round, minus a bit of camber and it'll be perfect in the handling department with looks. :thumbsup:
 

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hee... I gone thru the process... I picked the LE28N...
really, I like the TE37 better.
however, CE28N is approximately 2 lbs lighter than TE37 if same size.
at first, I thought about bronze, but to many copies out there are bronze colour... then silver... I just don't like silver... only gun metal and gold left. I decided to pick gold b/c no one has it on tsx yet lol. (have seen a few gunmetal already)
 

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SAZABI said:
hee... I gone thru the process... I picked the LE28N...
really, I like the TE37 better.
however, CE28N is approximately 2 lbs lighter than TE37 if same size.
at first, I thought about bronze, but to many copies out there are bronze colour... then silver... I just don't like silver... only gun metal and gold left. I decided to pick gold b/c no one has it on tsx yet lol. (have seen a few gunmetal already)
And you went on to put on Honda rims!?!? :D
After seeing your volks, you've gotta put them back on man!!
 

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And you went on to put on Honda rims!?!? :D
After seeing your volks, you've gotta put them back on man!!
yeah... after I get my car back from the dealer...
I don't want to leave my volks wheels with them while they are trying to mess my car up... err... I mean fix the car for me. :laugh:
I am driving a RSX now hee....
 

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yeah... after I get my car back from the dealer...
I don't want to leave my volks wheels with them while they are trying to mess my car up... err... I mean fix the car for me. :laugh:
I am driving a RSX now hee....
Should replace the Honda wheels with the RSX ones just to see if they notice :laugh:


j/k of course :D
 

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LOL, of course not man... the accord wheels are alloy...
the coutesy RSX has steelie... ROFL
well that sucks... :D
 

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looks good but you're one of those wheel whores that gets new wheels every year aren't you? :p
 
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