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The usual time for us to see parts come to market from a brand already familiar with the process before even starting, should be around 6 months. Unless there's something going on with the 10th Civic that's complicating the process.

What would help is if they posted updates about the project somewhere. K&N is good with doing that, wish more brands were.
 

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Enkei EVO6 17x7 ET42

This is more of a OEM setting, I'd suggest people to go larger and wider~ :D (keeping this size for winter use)
That definitely looks like a dope winter setup, but you're right, larger and wider would be perfect. The style of rim itself is nice though
 

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One downside to going bigger in size is getting the right fitment where the wheel fits flush with the outer most part of the fender line, good offset and width. For that reason i'll be on the look out for what folks here do. But while there isn't that many around, some people might have to consult a wheel and tire shop.
 

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Went for a white on white, classic ITR style. Wheels are old school JDM stuff from my friend's dad's shop, Pageant by Modia wheels. Just waiting for options to lower it now.

Like the looks, but how in the world do you keep the brake dust off!
 

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Volk Racing GT-P's in 18x7.5 with 225/40's - planning for coilovers, wheel spacers, matte black-bronze powder coating of wheel faces, and stainless split rim bolts (2 piece wheel)
Those will look really nice after the drop and space out. The powder coating and hardware change will just be the cherry on top !
 

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Enkei EVO6 17x7 ET42

This is more of a OEM setting, I'd suggest people to go larger and wider~ :D (keeping this size for winter use)
Good choice since sizing doesn't matter too much in winter, it's more about the tires and how someone drives. That's what my experience has been throughout all the years driving in winter.
 

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These are the Modulo wheels with stock tires..

Exact same size as the stock touring wheels of 17x7 +45
Great look, wouldn't change a thing about it, unless I go with an entirely different wheel setup and on a White Civic it couldn't be a better pairing.

I think some people even go as far as changing the lug nuts out to something of a different color, like neo chrome.
 

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go th "The WHeels website" and look for a 18inch chrome rime called Dip 50 I had a set on my 08 V/W EOS and I liked them so much that I had Big O tire order me a set for my new 2016 Honda Civic Touring 4 door sedan and they should look great. The cost for 18
inch by 7.5 inch is $1300.00 canadian.
 

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Not too fond of the Dip 50 wheels, I really think they'll look out of place. But to each their own, once you love it, it's appreciated ! Still would like to see some pictures once you get em' on there
 

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being a white car, chrome works well, and that's how you should keep it, bright color that complement eachother. Now if you put chrome on a red or blue car, it start to look weird, that's where you start to bring in gun metal.
 
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