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I have honda civic 1995 ex i have put on rim 17 inches but i feel car has no full grip on road...?

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  • I have honda civic 1995 ex i have put on rim 17 inches but i feel car has no full grip on road...?


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Answer #1 | 18/12 2013 13:15
Did you put tires on the rims? Because rims have nothing to do with how well your car grips the road.
Positive: 56 %
Answer #2 | 18/12 2013 14:19
This question has so many flaws, it's not even funny. Increasing wheel diameter by itself does not impact grip. Either a car has traction, or it doesn't. It can't have "no full grip". Either you're driving or you're spinning/sliding. On a civic, any tire will have full grip, they don't have enough power to lose traction.
Positive: 50 %
Answer #3 | 18/12 2013 20:39
You want full grip? Convert it to AWD, all the grip you will ever need. Or "better" grip for launching/racing would be converting to RWD with the 4WD Wagovan. Quaife/Mfactory/Wavetrac would give you a little better grip, but it has it's flaws with FWD and a TORSEN BIAS Differential.
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