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Old 05-10-2013, 03:26 PM   #36
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In the article the guy claims he's found tires with several quarts of water inside. Never heard that before in my life. Your going to notice that much water inside your tires.
I bought a car once that had a significant amount of water inside the tire ... it was winter and the water was frozen so we thought it was just out-of-balance. I think the service department was as surprised as I was to find that there was a bunch of water inside the tire.

Yes, the ride was very odd.
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Old 07-08-2013, 07:27 PM   #37
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I actually went with Vredestein Ultrac Sessanta tires. I have the Brembo package, and kept the stock size of 255/40r19.

From my experience, and all the research I did before getting these tires, they are great! I get a lot better traction, and so far have 17k miles on them and I've only gone through like 50% of the tread. Not to mention it only ran me like $900 for four of them!

http://www.vredestein.com/car-tyres/...sessanta/info/
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Old 01-18-2016, 02:47 AM   #38
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Tires I reccomend

I have a 2015 supercharged 5.0 that came stock with the performance package
Perilli p-zeros 9.5 inch 275/40-19 in back and 9 inch 255/40-19 up front. They sucked bad no traction at all. With my supercharger wheel spin was very bad. I upgraded to a set of AMR staggered wheels 10 inch in back and 8.5 upfront with Michelin Pilot Super sports 305/30-19 in back and 255/30-19 upfront. HANDS DOWN the best tire i have ever owned. The grip and traction compared to the p-zeros are light years ahead . No wheel spin and no back end getting sideways puts all the power to the ground.They were a bit pricey at 1253 for the set but worth every penny I highly recommend them especially if you have high horsepower like myself.
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The nitto invo is the best tire I've had on my mustang by far. They have a ton of traction, are really quiet, and can handle the rain better than most sport tires which might be nice for a dd depending on where you are.


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Old 01-20-2016, 12:18 PM   #40
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If you're going to be do lots of burn outs with these new tires, don't buy really nice tires. If you go to some tire shop website( discount tire or something like that) you can read peoples reviews of the tire.
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I wonder if all the people on the first page and first 2 posts on the 2nd page still have those tire sets from 3 years ago...
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I wonder if all the people on the first page and first 2 posts on the 2nd page still have those tire sets from 3 years ago...
I'd venture to bet no. I cringe any time I see someone recommending MT street comps for anything other than an emergency "HALP I HAVE NO MONEY AND NEED TIRES!" situation.
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I'd venture to bet no. I cringe any time I see someone recommending MT street comps for anything other than an emergency "HALP I HAVE NO MONEY AND NEED TIRES!" situation.
Um, no the Mickeys are good tires. Maybe you mean the Sumis?
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I can't speak for sumis as I haven't tried them.
Just because MT makes good drag tires, doesn't mean all their tires are good. MT Street Comps are awful as far as summer tires go, I don't think they belong in the Max Performance Summer segment that they are currently in. Nor do the Coopers they're identical to. Their only pros are low price and high tread life. The mickeys I tried spun far easier than the stock Pirellis that everyone hates and got hot and oily on the road course in a matter of a couple laps. It was my 2nd time doing it too so I wasn't trying to set lap records or anything, but the car wanted to drift everywhere compared to the Pirellis.
As I said they are a decent low budget emergency tire, or fine if you just cruise around and never try to extract performance from your car. But I would NEVER suggest them as an upgrade, to any previous tire. When you have Continental DW or Michelin Pilot Super Sports in the same class you can't call these good.
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