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  1. FL5 with stock height 265/35/18 vs 255/40/18

    Had this set up since March. No issues with rubbing or hard bumps. Have some tall speed bumps at work no rub with that either. I am at stock suspension though not lowered.
  2. Recall: 2023 Civic Type R (FL5) Driver's Seat Cushion Frame Stop Sale (TSB Service Bulletin 23-030)

    Vin: JHMFL5G41PX000631 Been checking, haven’t seen any recall on the website yet.
  3. FL5 with stock height 265/35/18 vs 255/40/18

    The ride is definitely more plush, and comfortable especially on the highway. There seems to be less tire noise compared to the stock set up. I went with a lighter wheel too, to help with suspension compliance. I believe the stock wheel was ~26.1 lb and tire was ~25.1 versus the now ~18.5 lb...
  4. FL5 with stock height 265/35/18 vs 255/40/18

    The wheel is TE37 SL in gloss black 18/9.5 +45, and the tires are Michelin PS4S in 265/40/18.
  5. FL5 with stock height 265/35/18 vs 255/40/18

    No it does not poke out, it’s tucked in nicely, no rub.
  6. FL5 with stock height 265/35/18 vs 255/40/18

    Thanks! I haven’t had any rub. This set up I believe, works out to a 0.5in raise. I have some rough roads and speed bumps here. This helps me clear it with ease. I plan on keeping it stock suspension for now.
  7. FL5 with stock height 265/35/18 vs 255/40/18

    I run a 265/40/18 on a 18/9.5 +45 wheel. Very meaty tire, but can deal with potholes, tall speed bumps and steep drive way easily now
  8. Show your % of tint on your FL5

    What tint brand do you guys recommend? Thinking about 30% on all four windows and rear hatch.


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