When you normally think of Civics, you’d think of a great economy car and a great aftermarket for parts. When you think of a Civic in the fitment world, normally you’d think of XXR wheels, diamond racings, a bike rack, and stickerbombing.
When you see Eric’s Civic – it has none of that. Supercharged and floating inches above the pavement, it turns heads everywhere it goes. It’s Riding on 17×9.5+15 MB Battles with 205/40 tires all around. That kind of stretch allows for this super close fitment. After we rolled, cut, and pulled his fenders – it still rubs everywhere. Running about 0 camber upfront and 4-5 negative camber in the rear – it fits just right. When pulling in and out of the driveway, his fender tends to fit right between his lip and tire. Check out the video to see this thing in action. Pushing 330whp all day!!
Any weak fitment can be upgraded if you have the willpower and the funds to do it.
But, some fender modding was a must to fit such a low offset.
After test fitting, we took it for a test drive – it rubbed everywhere.
Cleaning up the car before the shoot was a must.
Then after a good washing, it was time to go find a spot to do the shoot.
Luckily, we found one pretty quick driving around edmond for just a few minutes.
This Civic is slammed on BC coilovers – pretty close to all the way down.
These JDM foglights and HFP lip really set the car off nicely.
Protect yourself with a bra, bro.
We got a bunch of crazy looks from people on our way back to the house.
Better believe you can hear this blasting down the street with the skunk2 exhaust and headers.
2006 Honda Civic Si
Comptech supercharger w/aem intake
Deatchwerks fuel pump
Carbon fiber spark plug cover, injector cover, and cooling tray