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Old 01-13-2015, 04:02 PM   #1
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Rear tire advice

Alright guys I'm here today because with my new 4.10 gears I am starting to experience a whole lot of wheel spin off of the line. I can't afford to buy a whole new set of tires so what I am thinking about doing is just buying two for the rear and keeping my stocks up front.

I have the stock 235/50/18 Pirelli pzero dog crap rubbers and stock pony pack wheels.

My tire dealer told me that I can keep my stock wheels and tires up front while putting on a set of hankook ventus v12 evo2 255/45/18's on the back.

Will these help kill some of my traction issues the 4.10's are giving me? And is it socially acceptable to have two different tire brands and treads on your car? Lol

I'm very uninformed when it comes to tire business so your guys's sugar coated opinion would be great


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I've used the Hankooks on a couple of my vehicles and I really liked them. As far as mixing tires, it's not a huge issue. I generally don't do it, but I have.
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I've used the Hankooks on a couple of my vehicles and I really liked them. As far as mixing tires, it's not a huge issue. I generally don't do it, but I have.

Right on, yeah from the reviews I've read they are rated 4.5+ on dry for traction. Would you ever put a 275/40 on a stock 18x8?


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How many miles do you want the tires to last? Grip comes at the expense of Longetivety.


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How many miles do you want the tires to last? Grip comes at the expense of Longetivety.


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At least 20k haha


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Yea I got nothin lol. I'm happy with tires that last 10k lol


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Can't speak for the Hankooks, but I'm very happy with my Mickey Thompsons. But they're not an all season tire, so they're in tire totes in the garage at the moment. I didn't realize how bad my Falken tires on my stock wheels were until I got the MTs. Great dry and wet traction, just not good in cold due to be a summer tire.

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Hankook v12's suck. Death trap stay away from them. I could get sideways at 90 with them back on a 150 hit.

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Can't speak for the Hankooks, but I'm very happy with my Mickey Thompsons. But they're not an all season tire, so they're in tire totes in the garage at the moment. I didn't realize how bad my Falken tires on my stock wheels were until I got the MTs. Great dry and wet traction, just not good in cold due to be a summer tire.

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Nice! Are those the same size as mine? What gear ratio are you running?


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Nothing wrong with mixing tires, just don't get them rotated!

My truck had pretty bad camber alignment up front; it handled better but chewed thru tires about every year. I would order used tires, put the rears up front and new used tires on the rear. Little different than what you're doing, but nobody ever said anything, lol.


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Nice! Are those the same size as mine? What gear ratio are you running?


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You can get them for your 18s I'm sure.

I run 19x8.5 all around. 255/40/19. Once these are done I'll probably step up to 275s or bigger in the rear depending on what I decide to do with the car track wise.

I have 3.73 gears. I have to try pretty hard to light up the MTs. My Falken on the other hand chirp on damn near anything, but that's why they're my winter tires lol

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Hankook v12's suck. Death trap stay away from them. I could get sideways at 90 with them back on a 150 hit.

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A V6 with 4.10s is quite a bit different of a car than a 5.0 with nitrous lol.


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A V6 with 4.10s is quite a bit different of a car than a 5.0 with nitrous lol.


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How any people are actually doing this? For a DD they are a really nice performance tire. I can't speak for high horsepower applications or nitrous,but for your average driver and a lightly modded car they are nice. Do some reading on them.
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How any people are actually doing this? For a DD they are a really nice performance tire. I can't speak for high horsepower applications or nitrous,but for your average driver and a lightly modded car they are nice. Do some reading on them.
Do some reading on them? Lmao I ran them.
They won't hook up on motor alone either. They are horrible

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Do some reading on them? Lmao I ran them.
They won't hook up on motor alone either. They are horrible

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The V12 I've seen a lot of people run in Autocross. They are more geared for cornering grip.


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I know this is a little bit off topic but i just recently got a 5.0 track pack with 3:73 gears i came from having a V6 and man this car is hard to get it to hook up it came with the 19" wheels but non the less it still doesnt hook up i spin and get sideways in first and second. What do you guys recommend to fix this?


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I know this is a little bit off topic but i just recently got a 5.0 track pack with 3:73 gears i came from having a V6 and man this car is hard to get it to hook up it came with the 19" wheels but non the less it still doesnt hook up i spin and get sideways in first and second. What do you guys recommend to fix this?


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What tires do you recommend?


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What tires do you recommend?


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How many miles do you want out of them?


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I know this is a little bit off topic but i just recently got a 5.0 track pack with 3:73 gears i came from having a V6 and man this car is hard to get it to hook up it came with the 19" wheels but non the less it still doesnt hook up i spin and get sideways in first and second. What do you guys recommend to fix this?


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How cold outside is it and have you tried less throttle?

Well its actually pretty hot when i step on it
I have given it less throttle and seems to work better


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You're going to have a tough time putting enough tire on an 8" rim that'll hook and last 20k miles...

Granted, they're a "high performance all season" we have 275 Nitto Motivo tires on my Fiance's V6; m6, 3.55 gear, intake, h-pipe, tune, and it'll chirp the start and spin 1-2 shift. A 255 will not go on an 8" rim ... it may fit, but you wont be getting 255 worth of contact patch. I put a 245 on an 8" rim and still had about 1/2" of perfectly good tread on the outer edges.

You're going to need a good, sticky 235mm tire ... your options are slim. Nittos run skinny, maybe a 245 555r or NT05R or something but ... yeah, this is a tough order.
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How cold outside is it and have you tried less throttle?

Well its actually pretty hot when i step on it
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How many miles do you want out of them?


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That doesnt really matter lol


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You're going to have a tough time putting enough tire on an 8" rim that'll hook and last 20k miles...

Granted, they're a "high performance all season" we have 275 Nitto Motivo tires on my Fiance's V6; m6, 3.55 gear, intake, h-pipe, tune, and it'll chirp the start and spin 1-2 shift. A 255 will not go on an 8" rim ... it may fit, but you wont be getting 255 worth of contact patch. I put a 245 on an 8" rim and still had about 1/2" of perfectly good tread on the outer edges.

You're going to need a good, sticky 235mm tire ... your options are slim. Nittos run skinny, maybe a 245 555r or NT05R or something but ... yeah, this is a tough order.

Really? Interesting. I mean i didn't mention that I don't go to the track at all. It's strictly a spirited daily driver. When I do experience traction loss it is when I floor it from a stop light. But I mean it's pretty bad, im sitting there slightly sideways for a good 2 and a half seconds haha. And if the 255 can help with that then I'd be happy. 20k miles may have been just my innocent mind speaking(first car) so I don't really know how many miles to expect out of my tires.



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Really? Interesting. I mean i didn't mention that I don't go to the track at all. It's strictly a spirited daily driver. When I do experience traction loss it is when I floor it from a stop light. But I mean it's pretty bad, im sitting there slightly sideways for a good 2 and a half seconds haha. And if the 255 can help with that then I'd be happy. 20k miles may have been just my innocent mind speaking(first car) so I don't really know how many miles to expect out of my tires.



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Dunlop Direzza ZII MIGHT last you that long, and they are pretty grippy, and they mostly come in sizes under 275 so you should be good finding some.


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Really? Interesting. I mean i didn't mention that I don't go to the track at all. It's strictly a spirited daily driver. When I do experience traction loss it is when I floor it from a stop light. But I mean it's pretty bad, im sitting there slightly sideways for a good 2 and a half seconds haha. And if the 255 can help with that then I'd be happy. 20k miles may have been just my innocent mind speaking(first car) so I don't really know how many miles to expect out of my tires.



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For spirited driving with a DD I think your over thinking this. The stock tires are really bad. Almost anything is better than the stockers. I have the Nitto 555's and so far so good.
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Nitto imo is your best bang for you buck
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For spirited driving with a DD I think your over thinking this. The stock tires are really bad. Almost anything is better than the stockers. I have the Nitto 555's and so far so good.

Gahh i guess I might be. It's just that I spend so much time reading on this forum and hearing people talk about how you should be hooking up and forget that the majority of people track their car. As long as It's better than what I have now I'll be happy haha. I just appreciate the knowledge of the guys on this forum(like yourself SoCal) and hope to be reassured lol.


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Gahh i guess I might be. It's just that I spend so much time reading on this forum and hearing people talk about how you should be hooking up and forget that the majority of people track their car. As long as It's better than what I have now I'll be happy haha. I just appreciate the knowledge of the guys on this forum(like yourself SoCal) and hope to be reassured lol.


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Actually not many people track their car. But you can't get 20k out of a tire and have it grip amazingly. There are setbacks for a grippy tire.


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So as the tire guru, what is the best tire that will last 20k? I'm looking for new tires in the next two months and really love my stock Pony Package rims, so they have to fit those. 20k is about 2 years for me. I won't say price is no option, but under $1k for the set of four mounted and balanced is my budget.

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So as the tire guru, what is the best tire that will last 20k? I'm looking for new tires in the next two months and really love my stock Pony Package rims, so they have to fit those. 20k is about 2 years for me. I won't say price is no option, but under $1k for the set of four mounted and balanced is my budget.

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