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Old 01-21-2014, 01:58 PM   #1
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Hey guys ik this question has been addressed many times but I'm looking for some opinions from people who have actually ran 315's out back. I'm guessing I run 260-300 rwhp with my setup. (Tune, bassani x pipe and catback, k&n intake). I have read a lot of people say that 315's are amazing with the added traction and I've also heard people say they weigh too much and make your car slower. Me personally, having gone to the drag strip a couple times, my yokohoma 245's are absolutely horrible at launching. Both make sense to me but I've never read of a certain answer. Thanks guys.
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And I want to add, I've also heard people say a no tire spin causes a lot. Pre wear and tear because the power has no place to go if your hooking all the time.
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Hey guys ik this question has been addressed many times but I'm looking for some opinions from people who have actually ran 315's out back. I'm guessing I run 260-300 rwhp with my setup. (Tune, bassani x pipe and catback, k&n intake). I have read a lot of people say that 315's are amazing with the added traction and I've also heard people say they weigh too much and make your car slower. Me personally, having gone to the drag strip a couple times, my yokohoma 245's are absolutely horrible at launching. Both make sense to me but I've never read of a certain answer. Thanks guys.
I would recommend 315 myself. Ive never heard of them causing issues because they dont slip. I run 315 on my car and even they dont hold if I dont want them to...lol. as for the weight, man these things are lighter than stock wheels and tires in some cases. Depends on how much wheel you have. On the strip 100 lbs equates to 1/10 on your ET's. Add 100 lose a 10th and visa versa. Wheels aren't going to cost you much if anything at all, if anything they will help because you won't spin so much. Wider tires also help with cornering and handling.
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I have 285s and don't think they are wide enough. And you can actually see less wear on wider ones if you are prone to spinning tires easily from a dig because they will help you hook better.
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So unless its from a dig 315's will slow you down because of more rotating mass? Or is the added weight not that noticeable?
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Its not noticeable at all...none!
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Its not noticeable at all...none!
Alrighty thanks man I just want to make sure before I drop a grand on wheels and tires
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Alrighty thanks man I just want to make sure before I drop a grand on wheels and tires
Your good man...yol be glad that you do
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The awesome look from the rear end is worth it as well
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I have 305s and I feel they're pushing it a little and I even have rolled quarters.. Idk if I would feel comfortable doing 315 on my 02 GT. But mine is dropped a bit too.
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I have 305s and I feel they're pushing it a little and I even have rolled quarters.. Idk if I would feel comfortable doing 315 on my 02 GT. But mine is dropped a bit too.

You also have a 45 sidewall which is HUGE for a 305 wide tire.
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You also have a 45 sidewall which is HUGE for a 305 wide tire.

True that. I just love a thick meaty rear tire.
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True that. I just love a thick meaty rear tire.
Yea the 35 sidewall on these 285s is too small. Will be going 305 with at least a 40 sidewall next.
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What tires you guys runnin out back?
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I have nitto 555 315/35/17
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So unless its from a dig 315's will slow you down because of more rotating mass? Or is the added weight not that noticeable?
It's noticeable when you go from a 315 down to a 245/255. I actually picked up some MPGs when I put my snow tires on. I can still blow my 315s off if I try and don't have a good enough driver mod for the extra traction to help at the drag strip. But they do look badass
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I was gonna get the nitto 315/35/17. How would those look with the 245/45/17 ill have in the front. I think the middle number is the measurement from outer rim to the outside of the tread, does that mean it'll look like I have a thicker tire up front?
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I was gonna get the nitto 315/35/17. How would those look with the 245/45/17 ill have in the front. I think the middle number is the measurement from outer rim to the outside of the tread, does that mean it'll look like I have a thicker tire up front?
Look at my car...that's exactly what I have in mine front and rear...looks great IMO!!
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Look at my car...that's exactly what I have in mine front and rear...looks great IMO!!
For some reason your photo albums aren't loading if u have any I can't see them. And your profile pic is too small to see
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Not sure if this will work...lol
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Not sure if this will work...lol
Had to take a screenshot and zoom in because the picture said connection error when I clicked on it but your right! It does look badass! Your car would make a pretty sweet drag car, I've always wanted a fox to make into a track king
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Its set up for auto cross...never been into drag racing much. I like to actually drive my car...lol but thank you! I can't wait for it to be all one color...lol
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Its set up for auto cross...never been into drag racing much. I like to actually drive my car...lol but thank you! I can't wait for it to be all one color...lol
Did You have to replace some panels?
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The previous owner did. Not sure why. Replaced a door and fender and has a Cobra R hood. I do body work and can tell its never been wrecked, at least not bad enough to warrant a frame machine so idk why he replaced them.
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This is the suspension package on my car

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Here is mine from the rear.

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We're putting 315 shots up now?? I have 255/40s up front and there's a noticeable difference in sidewall compared to 245/45s
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We're putting 315 shots up now?? I have 255/40s up front and there's a noticeable difference in sidewall compared to 245/45s
looks sweet man! I know nothing about wheel size vs tire size. so when buying tires for new wheels, say 18", does it matter what tire size or will the rim fit the tire if it lines up? not sure if I'm wording this correctly
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Yes it matter. Before you buy an 18 with a 315 you need to check fitment. I know a 17 will clear but an 18 may rub. May need a 295 tire or something similar.
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Its not noticeable at all...none!
I agree...but when you do spin them the only bad thing is they bubble up in the middle and you get tire wear in the middle...:/

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I agree...but when you do spin them the only bad thing is they bubble up in the middle and you get tire wear in the middle...:/
This really only happens in high HP drag cars with big soft drag tire. A good way to check your contact patch while spinning is to look at the black mark you left. If its dark in the middle and lighter on the sides you have much air in the tire. Dark sides and lighter center is to little air. Your looking for a consistent even mark across the mark. If your going to drag race you should know what pressure to have your tires for maximum contact. It may or may not be the same as everyday driving.
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looks sweet man! I know nothing about wheel size vs tire size. so when buying tires for new wheels, say 18", does it matter what tire size or will the rim fit the tire if it lines up? not sure if I'm wording this correctly
Thanks! So you'll need to match the width of the r with the width of the tire. When you have a tire that is say a 315/35R17 that means the tire is 315mm wide, with an aspect ratio of 35% (I'll get back to that in a minute), and fits a 17" rim. When you want to install that tire on a rim you need to find one that is wide enough to easily fit them in the bead. Most wheel manufacturers have a recommended tire size for their wheels and at the same time the manufacturer of the tire recommends a rim width as well. Match those two up and you should get a wheel that doesn't look like it's bulging off the rim or look like it's being stretched to fit.
Aspect ratio is the percentage of the width of the tire ie. a 315/35R17 tire has a 35% aspect ratio. That means the sidewall is 110.25mm (35%) tall.
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This really only happens in high HP drag cars with big soft drag tire. A good way to check your contact patch while spinning is to look at the black mark you left. If its dark in the middle and lighter on the sides you have much air in the tire. Dark sides and lighter center is to little air. Your looking for a consistent even mark across the mark. If your going to drag race you should know what pressure to have your tires for maximum contact. It may or may not be the same as everyday driving.
well my sumo's lasted a year and half, (300-400 miles a week) with the last 6 months uhm...25~ bottles of spray........
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