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    Salam,

    As we just recently bought a Civic 9th Gen (2013) shape and could not find its fan Club on Pakwheels.

    So making one, all who own this car or want to own one are allowed to share their views, problems, pics etc of their car.

    All the owners of this Latest model should share pics of their car and their views.


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    Quote Originally Posted by bhasnain View Post
    Bros, I installed body kit to my Civic and it enhances its look alot. But now tires look little smaller than car body so i am planning upgrade tire and to put new low profile 215/50 R17 with 17x7J Rims ( also to me 9th Gen OEM Rims looks Cheap Chinese, no offence- )... I am thinking to go for Yoko S-Drive. Can anybody there guide me. Will they be looking good? Any opinion & suggestion.
    Also side wall difference is around -15% with new tire, so how much would it affect ride comfort.?
    Appreciate your sincere help.
    Quote Originally Posted by bhasnain View Post
    @AsFand26,

    Thank you for your usual very quick support;

    I am not looking for fuel economy if it is affected even. But looking for good desgin rims in silver colour. You are right, OEM are very good quality but design itself is not charming to me. If i measure the weight of OEM rim and then compare weight of after market new rim, will it work? how much can be difference allowable/bearable? Below picture there are good rims, or accord OEM rims. what you think. But i doubt if i can find similar design rim in Lenso product range? Do you know some place to buy similar?
    Quote Originally Posted by AsFand26 View Post
    accord OEM 17 inch alloys would be perfect. They are originals so won't have any issues plus they look really good with the civic.
    The only problem is their availability. the ones selling them ask insane money for it. If you can find a good deal on them, go for it.
    Check these out. They are bound to look much better with a light coloured 9th gen.




    Honda Civic 9th Gen Fan Club (2013) - a7y9u3a3


    These are 19's, I was after this car but it got sold So now I'm waiting for the delivery of a brand new one
    and I have future plans for these rims but after keeping the car stock for some time.



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    @AsFand26,

    Appreciate your help.

    What should be offset to best suit 9th Gen Civic if Tire is 215/50 R17 and 17x7J Wheel? Offset should be 35mm, 38mm or 40mm?

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    @afnanSJfayaz

    Bro if above picture is 19s then with 17 there will be a lot of area for side wall and will not give a good look of Low Profile... right?
    Unless one uses 18s or 19s.
    These grey rims are 19s?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bhasnain View Post
    @afnanSJfayaz

    Bro if above picture is 19s then with 17 there will be a lot of area for side wall and will not give a good look of Low Profile... right?
    Unless one uses 18s or 19s.
    These grey rims are 19s?
    Bro my personal opinion is 17s will look good with a drop too. Check out @fireblade's 9th gen he has 17s i think he has dropped it too if I remember correctly. The first pic is of a 9th gen with accord euro r rims and they are 17's. I think the sidewall will be negligeble if you have 17's and a bit of a drop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bhasnain View Post
    @afnanSJfayaz

    Bro if above picture is 19s then with 17 there will be a lot of area for side wall and will not give a good look of Low Profile... right?
    Unless one uses 18s or 19s.
    These grey rims are 19s?
    with 17s and 50 profile
    it will look great. the wheel gap will be reduced.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bhasnain View Post
    @AsFand26,

    Appreciate your help.

    What should be offset to best suit 9th Gen Civic if Tire is 215/50 R17 and 17x7J Wheel? Offset should be 35mm, 38mm or 40mm?
    Well, I don't have exact info on that.
    you can always search the internet for that.

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    Thank you guys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by afnanSJfayaz View Post
    Bro my personal opinion is 17s will look good with a drop too. Check out @fireblade's 9th gen he has 17s i think he has dropped it too if I remember correctly. The first pic is of a 9th gen with accord euro r rims and they are 17's. I think the sidewall will be negligeble if you have 17's and a bit of a drop.

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    For drop we need lowering spring always or it can be done by removing some shims/washers from suspension?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bhasnain View Post
    For drop we need lowering spring always or it can be done by removing some shims/washers from suspension?
    Lowering springs. Coilovers for street use is the preferred choice...there are no removable shims/washers in stock suspension to adjust height
    What goes around, comes around.

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    @bhasnain
    do you have plans on joining us at g2g this sunday in isbd?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AsFand26 View Post
    @bhasnain
    do you have plans on joining us at g2g this sunday in isbd?
    Asfand bhai,

    Actually I am in Abudhabi currently otherwise i must have join you guys. Will be back in may be 10 days and upcoming event will join InshaALLAH.

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    Hello friends,
    I have a problem in my car which is bothering me. My car have 9500km on odo and just got the 10,000km service done. My car have had been to 3s dealer (Honda city sales - Lahore) three times and on all visits the battery fluid was relatively low. According to their technicians it is normal. I would like to ask other 9th gen owners if they have faced similar problem.
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    I wouldn't worry too much regarding the battery water. My civic doesn't have this issue though it does reduce water in battery a little bit once in a while. although my previous car, swift, had this issue. it used to reduce water like crazy in battery. But I used it for 2.5 years and kept filling the water and it was fine till the day I sold.

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    @AsFand26
    Thank you for instant reply
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    @129
    Battries does reduce water. i normally check once a month, and its reduce little bit so i top-up - - but its a task to top-up battery water in 9gen. i have kept an injection to fill water in the cells and use AC water for refill.

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    @irfansiddique
    I ll follow your advice, how so ever my car does not reduce water like crazy. But i ll agree that 9th gen does consume quite a lot batt. fluid as compared to others
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    Quote Originally Posted by afnanSJfayaz View Post
    This is a friend's car. 9th gen is capable of this.

    Honda Civic 9th Gen Fan Club 2013 -1489193
    Isn't there supposed to be a gap between 2 and 1? According to the three module (000) digital meter it must show "2 19" instead of "219"


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    Quote Originally Posted by ali.archilounge View Post
    Isn't there supposed to be a gap between 2 and 1? According to the three module (000) digital meter it must show "2 19" instead of "219"


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    Quote Originally Posted by ali.archilounge View Post
    Isn't there supposed to be a gap between 2 and 1? According to the three module (000) digital meter it must show "2 19" instead of "219"


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    I was inboxed the picture and I dont own the new civic yet so I cant comment. I got another pic of him doing 198 and also appears as 198 and not 1 98. I'll upload it later.

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    Waisa 219 should not be a problem for 9gen

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