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Old December 19th, 2008, 03:33 AM   #1
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The Official 7th Gen Accord Wheel Offset Thread

Hello fellow V6performance Admin, Mods and Members. I got this idea from Dtownz Thrillah aka Tony.

With all the new threads lately with people asking about wheel offset fitments on their cars I am going to make an official 7th gen wheel offset thread.

This thread will help fellow members decide on what wheel setup will look good on their cars.

I will update this thread when I am updated with the wheel size, , tire size, wheel offset, and camber adjustments.

This is strictly for 03-07 Accord Coupes and Sedans only.

I am assuming that this thread will work by members giving me information on their wheel and suspension setups and I will post up pictures of the setup for other members to look at.

So until further updates I will start this out with my wheel and suspension setup.

We can follow this guideline [subject to change if other members give me more info]

lilfotoman

2003 Honda Accord I4 Coupe
Work Vs-xx
Front: 18x8.5 +32 Offset
Rear: 18x9.5 +32 Offset
Tire Size: 225/40/18 Front + Rear
Fenders Rolled: Rear
Suspension: Ksport Coilovers
Lowered Amount: 3.5-4.0 inches
Camber Adjustment: -2 all around











aprevo15

2005 Honda Accord 6MT
Gramlights
Front: 18 x 8.5 +43
Rear: 18 x 9 +33
Tire Size: 225/40/18
Fenders rolled: Rear trimmed and not rolled.
Supension: Tein SuperStreet
Lowered amount: i don't know.
camber adjustment: around -3.8 rear and -.1 front.



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2004 Honda Accord V6 6MT Coupe
Konig Tantrum
Front: 18x8 +45 Offset
Rear: 18x8 +45 Offset
Tire Size: 235/40ZR18 Front/Rear
Fenders Rolled: No
Suspension: Eibach Sportline on HFP shocks
Lowered Amount: 2"F / 1.5"R
Camber Kit: Ingalls rear
Camber Adjustment: -.3F / -1.0R







1iLlaV6

2003 accord coupe v6
18" acura tl-aspec
front: 18x8.5 +45
rear: 18x8.5 +45
tires: 235/40/18
fenders rolled: no
camber kit: no
suspension :megan coilovers. slammed tucking most the tire in the front.
rear sits right above tire and no rubbing whatsoever.








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2003 Honda Accord 6MT Coupe
Exel Ennio Gunmetal
Front: 18x8 +45 Offset
Rear: 18x8 +45 Offset
Tire Size: 235/40/18 Front + Rear
Fenders Rolled: None
Suspension: Eibach Pro-Kit/Stock Struts
Lowered Amount: 1.3"F/0.7"R
Camber Adjustment: None







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2004 Honda Accord v6 Coupe

(old wheels)
Racing Hart R7 Pro
Front: 19x8 45 Offset
Rear: 19x8 45 Offset
Tire Size: 235/35/19 Front + Rear
Fenders Rolled: NO
Suspension: Tein ss-p
Lowered Amount: 4.0 inches
Camber Adjustment: front -0.5
rear -1.0



very close to the rear lip, but does not rub AT ALL.


(new wheels)
Volk racing LE37t
Front: 19x8.5 43 Offset
Rear: 19x8.5 43 Offset
Tire Size: 235/35/19 Front + Rear
Fenders Rolled: rears only
Suspension: Tein ss-p
Lowered Amount: 4.0 inches
Camber Adjustment: front -0.5
rear -1.0



had to roll my fenders, but now have plenty of space for wider tires

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2005 Honda Accord I4 Coupe
Wheels: Gram Lights 57s
Front: 18x9.5 +38 Offset
Rear: 18x9.5 +38 Offset & 5mm Spacer
Tire Size: 235/40/18 On All Corner
Fenders Rolled: None
Suspension: Megan Coilovers
Lowered Amount: Approx. 4.0 inches
Camber Adjustment: -2/F; -1/R









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2004 Honda Accord EX-V6 coupe

Wheels: 5zigen FNROC-1
Front: 18 x 7.5 +43 offset
Rear: 18 x 7.5 +43 offset
Tire size: 225/40/18
Fenders rolled: None
Suspension: Tein SS-P Coilovers
Lowered Amount: Not sure
Camber Adjustment: Not sure



Wheels: ASA JH8
Front: 18 x 8.5 +45 offset
Rear: 18 x 8.5 +45 offset
Tire size: 225/45/18
Fenders rolled: None
Suspension: Tein SS-P Coilovers
Lowered Amount: Not sure
Camber Adjustment: Not sure


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2003 Honda Accord v6 Coupe
Sport Maxx 006
Front: 18x8.5 +35 Offset
Rear: 18x9.5 +35 Offset
Tire Size: 225/40/18 Front + Rear
Fenders Rolled: Rear
Suspension: Ksport Coilovers
Lowered Amount: 2.7-3.0 inches
Camber Adjustment: not sure









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2007 Accord Sedan V6 SE
WORK Varianza Schwert SC3
19x8.5 +45 ET 225/35/ZR19 - Front
19x9 +45 ET 225/35/ZR19 - Rear
Tein S.tech springs (1.8" - 2.0" drop)
No fender roll.
No Camber adjustments.







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Wheels: Work Emotion CR-Kai
Size: 18x8.5"
Offset: +37 Offset all around
Tires: Kumho ASX 225/40R18
Suspension: Tein SS Coilovers
Drop: 3" front, 2.75" rear
Camber: -2 rear, -.5 front
Camber Kit: Ingalls

Sits flush, doesn't rub except over an extreme dip. By far the best wheels I have ever owned.









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2005 Honda Accord 6MT
Gramlights
Front: 18 x 8.5 +43
Rear: 18 x 9 +33
Tire Size: 225/40/18
Fenders rolled: Rear trimmed and not rolled.
Supension: Tein SuperStreet
Lowered amount: i don't know.
camber adjustment: around -3.8 rear and -.1 front.



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19x8 work varianza t1s
-22 front
-26 rear




Blackhawk

2005 Accord Coupe V6-MT
MB Wheels "Weapon"
Front: 18x9 +45
Rear: 18x9 +45
Tires: 265/35/18
Fenders rolled: 48 degrees rear only
Camber kit: Ingalls, Fully aligned
Suspension: SBC Coilovers, lowered 3.50" all around
Tuck factor: Front tucks tread, Rear tucks Some sidewall




simmykwan

2003 Honda Accord
Work Emotion XD-9
Front: 18 x 8 +38
Rear: 18 x 9 +38
Tire Size: 225/35/18 front 255/40/18 rear
Fenders rolled: none
Supension: Ground Control
Lowered amount: 3~3.5 inch
camber adjustment: not too sure -1 in the front -2 in the rear?





wheel size: 19x8.5 +45 Normal disk fronts and 19x9 +45 "O" disk rears.



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2007 Accord V6 EX-L Sedan
Volk F-Zero Challenge
Front: 18x8 +32
Rear: 18x9 +40
Tire Size: 215/45/18 Front + 225/40/18 Rear
Fenders Rolled: Front + Rear
Suspension: F2 Type I coilovers
Lowered Amount: a lot
Camber Adjustment: -1 all around







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Old March 14th, 2010, 11:42 PM   #3
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2005 Honda accord Hybrid
VOLK RACING TE37
Front: 19x8.5 +42 offset
Rear: 19x8.5 _42 offset
Tire Size: 245/40/19 Front + Rear
Fenders Rolled: front+Rear
Suspension: Tein Basic Coilovers
Lowered Amount: 3.5 Inches
Camber Adjustment: none







my new setup..

wheels:Racing Hart Type CX-R
Front: 19x8.5 44 Offset
Rear: 19x9.5 45 Offset
Tire Size: 245/35/19 Fronts
265/30/19 Rear
Back Fenders Rolled: yes
Suspension: Dropzone Springs
Lowered Amount: 2.0 inches
Camber Adjustment: front -0.5
rear -1.0





Wheels: MB Wheels Battle Gunmetal 18x9.5" +23F +15R
Tires: Falken ZE-912 225/40/18

Fender mods include:
Front fender liner trim
Front fender liner braket bend-back
Rear fender roll (FULL)
Rear bumper attatch bracket bend-back
Rear bumper trim
**NO PULLING** <------Very proud of this

Latest pics as of 12/11/09:






New specs...

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2003 Honda Accord 6MT Coupe
Wheels: Konig Runaway Hyper Grey
Front: 18x8 +46 Offset
Rear: 18x8 +46 Offset
Tires: Nexen N5000
Tire Size: 235/40/18 Front + Rear
Fenders Rolled: No
Suspension: Eibach Sportlines ('06-'07)/HFP Struts
Lowered Amount: 2"F/1.4"R
Camber Adjustment: Ingalls Rear Camber Kit - OEM camber specs







2006 Honda Accord 5at 4dr
Wheels: t.i
Front: 19/8.5 +35 Offset
Rear: 19/8.5 +35 Offset
Tires: bf goodridge
Tire Size: 235/35/19 Front + Rear
Fenders Rolled: yes
Suspension: d2 coilovers
Lowered Amount: IDK
Camber Adjustment: wicked camber kit


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Old March 15th, 2010, 02:47 AM   #4
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2007 Honda Accord SE v6
Wheels: Stern ST-5 Jock Face
Front: 19/8.5 +45 Offset
Rear: 19/8.5 +45 Offset
Tires: Achilles ATR Sport
Tire Size: 235/35/19 Front + Rear
Fenders Rolled: only in front
Suspension: Neuspeed Supercup Kit
Lowered Amount: a lil over 3 inches
Camber Adjustment: none





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Old December 15th, 2010, 06:32 PM   #5
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Hi guys, i just bought these 19" g37 wheels for my 07 accord 4dr.. They are 8.5 frot and 9.0 rear +43 offset.. What tire size do i need? (i dont want them to stick outside the fender) Any sugestions?? Thanks

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Old March 30th, 2011, 04:17 PM   #6
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Let us revive this thread for our comunidad.

Wifes last setup
18x9.5 +27 all around
Roll
no pull
0 camber herra poke
lowered 2's +





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Old June 2nd, 2011, 03:03 PM   #7
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Let us revive this thread for our comunidad.
Here's mine

18x8 +30 with 235/40/18
Rolled and slightly pulled
About pinky finger gap all around..I would lower it more but I live in a Hilly place

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Old July 31st, 2011, 07:36 PM   #10
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2004 Honda Accord LX Sedan 4cyl
TL Type-S (07-08)
Front: 17.8 +45 offset
Rear: same.
Tire Size: 235/45/R17 Front + Rear
Fenders Rolled: Nope.
Suspension: Tein Basics
Lowered Amount: 2.7-3.0 inches
Camber Adjustment: stock.







2004 Honda Accord LX Sedan 4cyl
05EXV6 Wheels (yes lowered on upgraded OEM)
Front: 16s..
Rear: same.
Tire Size: 205/50/R16
Fenders Rolled: Nope.
Suspension: Tein Basics
Lowered Amount: 2.7-3.0 inches
Camber Adjustment: stock.



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Old October 6th, 2011, 05:48 PM   #11
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good thread...and to me its pretty helpful
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Old November 11th, 2011, 08:25 PM   #12
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Guys, forgive me for resurrecting an older thread. I'm a new member and a new 7th gen. Accord owner, after I lost my '06 RSX Type-S in a rather nasty accident a few weeks ago. I recently purchased a 2006 EX coupe, 3.0L, nighthawk black, 6-speed, black leather interior. The first modifications that I would like to perform to the car is a suspension lowering, along with a set of 18" wheels and tires. I have a few questions about these mods that I hope someone can help me with.

First, I would like to use the Eibach Sportline springs to add a nice drop. After doing a model lookup on the Eiback website, I notice that they do not list a spring set for the '06 or '07 coupes. Will the Sportline springs for the '04 and '05 V6 coupes fit the '06 and '07 V6 coupes?

Next, is it possible to purchase just the HFP shocks, without the springs? I've noticed that several other members use this setup with great results.

Finally, my wheel choice looks like a set of MB Battles, 18x8, +43 with a set of 235/40/18 tires. I think this setup should work without rubbing or having to roll the wheel well lips. I think the gunmetal finish would look great with a NHB car!

Thanks for any help!
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Guys, forgive me for resurrecting an older thread. I'm a new member and a new 7th gen. Accord owner, after I lost my '06 RSX Type-S in a rather nasty accident a few weeks ago. I recently purchased a 2006 EX coupe, 3.0L, nighthawk black, 6-speed, black leather interior. The first modifications that I would like to perform to the car is a suspension lowering, along with a set of 18" wheels and tires. I have a few questions about these mods that I hope someone can help me with.

First, I would like to use the Eibach Sportline springs to add a nice drop. After doing a model lookup on the Eiback website, I notice that they do not list a spring set for the '06 or '07 coupes. Will the Sportline springs for the '04 and '05 V6 coupes fit the '06 and '07 V6 coupes? It shouldn't be a problem; they're both basically identical

Next, is it possible to purchase just the HFP shocks, without the springs? I've noticed that several other members use this setup with great results.

Finally, my wheel choice looks like a set of MB Battles, 18x8, +43 with a set of 235/40/18 tires. I think this setup should work without rubbing or having to roll the wheel well lips. I think the gunmetal finish would look great with a NHB car!
If I were you, I'd go with a more aggressive offset, and you might need to roll them just a lil bit. I've got my 04 coupe on 25mm spacers in the front & 30mm spacers out back with 18x8 + 48 wheels all around and I had to roll a lot out back. But now it doesn't rub.

Thanks for any help!
answered btw, the front wasn't rolled at all.

I'm dropped on Espelir springs, but i want to go lower
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By a more aggressive offset, do you mean something more along the lines of +38? I've been having a hard time wrapping my head around the offsets. Compared to a +43 or +45, a +38 would push the wheels out farther toward being flush with the fender flares, correct?
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Old December 8th, 2011, 08:25 PM   #15
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2006 Honda Accord ex Sedan 4cyl
Front: 18x8+30
Rear: 18x10+30
Tire Size: 225-40-18
Fenders Rolled: i need one.
Suspension: FF1 version 2
Lowered Amount: 2-3.0 inches
Camber Adjustment: i dont know yet











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Needs to get stickied. Subd for future reference
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Old March 19th, 2012, 09:10 PM   #17
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nice offsets in this thread
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My current setup is Tokico struts with Tein H Techs and factory wheels - I am looking at the VarrsToen 2.2.2 17x9 +30 (only size in 17 they have). Will I have any fitment issues if I keep everything as is?

They also have 18x8.5 +45 - I am thinking for the extra price I will get a better look and possibly better fitment?
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Old May 4th, 2012, 09:44 PM   #20
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17x9 +30 will be pretty flush. Idk how much drop h tech is but if its more than 2" you might need to roll if not just out 225/40/17 or 225/45/17 and you'll be fine
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Old May 4th, 2012, 09:53 PM   #21
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04 coupe 6speed
18x9.5 +23 all around
225/40/18 front 235/40/18 rear
GC coils/ koni yellows
-3.5" drop
Rear fender roll bumper tab relocate
Front fender liner trim and bend back
-2 front -3 rear
Rubs a little on big bumps only because I need to dremel a little more on the rear bumper

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Old May 4th, 2012, 10:18 PM   #22
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Front: 17x8 +55
Rear: 17x8 +55
Tire Size: 235/45/17
Fenders Rolled: No
Suspension: Megan SS
Lowered Amount: 2-3 inches? slightly tucking tire in rear, barely any gap upfront
Camber Adjustment: Ingalls Rear Camber kit. Stock front, about -1 to -2 rear











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Old January 24th, 2013, 12:43 AM   #23
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hey liftoman your inbox is full! haha. I have some questions for you about your rim setup and also possibly sugestions for mine. I LOVE the look of your 9.5's in the rear. I want to do something similar partially for looks and partially to help keep the rear in line. Ive tried looking at the wheel style I want and its hard to find one that comes in 18x8 or 8.5 aswell as 18x9.5....I dont want to spend a ton of money either but I want a good looking quality rims. I was thinking about drag or mb from discount tire but they dont come in the right size. Do you know of a good website to find tires? Thanks man
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Old January 25th, 2013, 03:52 PM   #24
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Jeeze....been doing alot of research. I know what kind of look I want. But finding what combination of rim size, offset, camber if needed, and amount of suspension drop I need to accomplish the right look is insanity. I realised that to find the right size range with the right offset amount I'll likely need to spend more than I had planned. Plus I want the rims I buy to fit over the Acura RL calipers. Does buying spacers affect how the rims sit on the hub? I dont want to have any added wheel shake or anything.
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Great thread btw...........has helped me in the wheel quest!
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Old June 4th, 2013, 01:34 PM   #26
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I'm pretty new at all this wheel stuff so I have a buddy helping me out and I'm starting to question his knowledge. I recently purchased Work XD9 in 18x10+18 for the rear and 18x9+20. Before I bought these I had varrstoens in 18x10.5 all around and needless to say they didn't work out too well. Before I mount these I want to be sure that they'll fit. I'm running Megan SS Coils with Megan camber kit as well. I'm getting my fenders rolled too if that makes any difference. Anyone have any input on whether or not they will?

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Bump for a great thread, it needs to keep on going.
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Hey just pick up a 03 accord coupe.... Does anybody have the xxr 521 rim on there coupe if so what are the specs..... I wanting to run 18x8.5 all around with a 225/40r18 tire.... Car will be lower 2"....

It looks like the first guy in this post is running a 521 rims...does anyone know????

When I look up the specs on the rim it says it font fit on my 03 accord... It says not compatible ... Thanks
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2007 Honda Accord Sedan

xxr-527 18x8.75 +20 offset all around
205/40/18 federal evo 595
Fenders rolled, no pull needed
Sits flush
Suspension: Form&Function Coilovers
Camber Adjustment: Natural Negative Camber







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That's dope bro, I love taffeta 7.5 gen sedans so much!
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