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Old 08-22-2015, 10:45 PM   #36
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F1s are crap. But if the price is right...

I can get my choice of Toyo Proxes or Nitto 555s in 285/35/18s installed for $220 per corner so I'll be going with one of those.
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So now I am confused. All season tire or performance tire. What if road noise gets old to listen to. What's a good quiet tire for our 14 premiums with 18 inch?


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So now I am confused. All season tire or performance tire. What if road noise gets old to listen to. What's a good quiet tire for our 14 premiums with 18 inch?


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I personally feel that our 14 premium mustangs are relatively noisy no matter what.
You should consider using that option in your radio that automatically increases the volume with the speed.
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I personally feel that our 14 premium mustangs are relatively noisy no matter what.
You should consider using that option in your radio that automatically increases the volume with the speed.
Speed Compensation is one of the first things I set.
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^ And louder exhaust.

Joking aside, what helped me was putting Dynamat under the rear seats.
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^ And louder exhaust.

Joking aside, what helped me was putting Dynamat under the rear seats.
Interesting!
I wasn't familiar with that product until I saw this and googled it.
Where did you get yours?
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