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Old 03-30-2014, 04:49 PM   #1
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I'm looking at getting the SVE 19*9.5 Drift wheels for my 2014 Mustang Gt. My question is, what's the biggest size rear tire I could get away with and not hurt performance?

I know a 275 would be the ideal size, but I was hoping for more of a 285, 295. Ive even seen a few running a 305.

I'm installing a Roush supercharger in the next month and i need a street tire that will be able to hook. I feel a 275 tire will be too small for 500+rwhp. My current pick is the Nitto Invos.

Can anyone give me the best advice as what to do? I haven't seen a nicer rim for the money.
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The width of really has nothing to do with if it will hook up or not. The 275 class has 1000+ HP cars running in it.
You can run a 305 nitto on a 9.5 BC nitto is narrow.

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Old 03-30-2014, 05:23 PM   #3
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Suspension setup on these cars is more important than tires anyways. As far as hooking up goes. That's why I laugh at what some people post on here when they say they spin.

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The width of really has nothing to do with if it will hook up or not. The 275 class has 1000+ HP cars running in it.
You can run a 305 nitto on a 9.5 BC nitto is narrow.

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What would you recommend? Nitto has a 285 and a 305 for the Invo. Is there a grippier tire out there that is ok to drive in the rain?
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Old 03-30-2014, 06:38 PM   #5
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Yes the invos are not that great. Go with the mickey Thompson street comp if you don't want a drag radial. 285/35/19

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I would get the 305s
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I would get the 305s
Why is that? Explain please

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Why is that? Explain please

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Because you're gonna run a supercharged set up. Even tho i am sure others have ran 275s why settle for that unless money is, tight (not too mention i love that fat tire in the, back look)
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Because you're gonna run a supercharged set up. Even tho i am sure others have ran 275s why settle for that unless money is, tight (not too mention i love that fat tire in the, back look)
Size has little to do with the grip. Plus the invos his mentioned suck. I have gone through all of this personally. So that's why I'm telling him which route to take.

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Size has little to do with the grip. Plus the invos his mentioned suck. I have gone through all of this personally. So that's why I'm telling him which route to take.

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Well id go with what you said cant argue experience...
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Well id go with what you said cant argue experience...
The 305's look good out back. But as far s a street tire there's not many options. The invos which are no good and the Michelin's They only come in a 30 series though.

Now drag radials is a different story.

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The 305's look good out back. But as far s a street tire there's not many options. The invos which are no good and the Michelin's They only come in a 30 series though.

Now drag radials is a different story.

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What do you feel would be the max rwhp that these tires would hold up to?
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Which ones the invos? Maybe 400 suspension setup is everything on these cars though. If its not right your *** can slide no matter what.

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Which ones the invos? Maybe 400 suspension setup is everything on these cars though. If its not right your *** can slide no matter what.

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The Mickey Thompson Street Comp? Are these the best street tires available?

As far as suspension, I have the Roush Upper/Lower Control Arms and Roush Lowering Springs.
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I'm at 440 on motor. And they hook better than any other tire street tire then have tried. I haven't sprayed with them though.

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I'm at 440 on motor. And they hook better than any other tire street tire then have tried. I haven't sprayed with them though.

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Went ahead and ordered the black 19*9.5 SVE drift wheels today. Also ordered a pair of 285 Mickey thompson street comp tires for the rear. Just wanted to make sure the stock Pirelli 255's will be fine for the fronts on a staggered setup? Can't wait to see how they grip.

Also will the stock tpms sensors work on the new rims?
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Went ahead and ordered the black 19*9.5 SVE drift wheels today. Also ordered a pair of 285 Mickey thompson street comp tires for the rear. Just wanted to make sure the stock Pirelli 255's will be fine for the fronts on a staggered setup? Can't wait to see how they grip.

Also will the stock tpms sensors work on the new rims?
Yes the 255's in the front will work and look great. Also the TPMS sensors will work perfectly!
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