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Old 12-20-2014, 10:03 PM   #1
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I've got crapelli zero neros on and have d@mn near lost it twice getting on the interstate. If I hadn't started out on dirt in a go cart I would have been toast. Any ideas on street tires? I'm mostly a daily driver now.....I'm running 245,19" all around, need an all season blend. Tks
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I like my nitto invos for general street use. I can't hook up with them worth a crap but they're quiet and handle well.


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I just put a set of those on about 2000 miles ago and love them. They hook up better than the Pirelli's and are great in the wet. No complaints so far.
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They are the best street tire I have tried. ( I usually roll around on drag radials ) I can still get completely sideways in 3rd at 40 with them but, they are best ones I have tried

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The best tire in the wet around corners I have used is Michelin Pilot Super Sports. The thing I like the most is they make the car predictable. Excellent all around tire.
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Hands down the best street tire I have used for dry and especially wet would be the Bridgestone Potenza RE-11. I love the wet stability of this tire, have not had a hydroplaning issue (most 285mm tires will be an issue, especially if they are on all four corners) in the year of daily driving that I have on them. I have put 20,000 miles(these tires hold up to the front of this car very well, even against my driving), two track days, and about 100 autocross runs on them (that said, if you are looking for a good autocross tire, the best choice is the Dunlop Direzza Z2 Star Spec, due to it's incredible grip without heat in the tire). For performance driving, they are best with heat in the tire, but are way better than the factory Pirellis in the cold (I daily this car year round), but they are not useful in the snow.
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I just put a set of those on about 2000 miles ago and love them. They hook up better than the Pirelli's and are great in the wet. No complaints so far.






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They are the best street tire I have tried. ( I usually roll around on drag radials ) I can still get completely sideways in 3rd at 40 with them but, they are best ones I have tried

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I run the street comps as well, they are ok, not spectacular, but at their price point, they offer good bang for the buck, but you'll get better traction with the mentioned Michelin pilot super sports, I also need to mention, my street comps are coming up on two years of use and about 12k miles, they are cracking and showing signs of dry rotting which is unacceptable imo, especially since I drive this car every day



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You need to get your suspension lined out then. Bc I have tried dam near every tire you can think of, and for a street tire the street comps have been the best. Like I said I can still break them loose. But they offer better traction than anything I have tried. Even the gay *** michelins.

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Im putting 345 Pirelli Nero zeros on mah ride ✊☺️




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Its always a balance between how long do you want it to last vs how well do you want it to grip. On the street, the nitto invo works well enough for me, but my car probably doesn't make but ~415 to the wheel and has a 3.31 gear, so i'm not as "traction limited" as others with more aggressive set ups.
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You need to get your suspension lined out then. Bc I have tried dam near every tire you can think of, and for a street tire the street comps have been the best. Like I said I can still break them loose. But they offer better traction than anything I have tried. Even the gay *** michelins.

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I got 26k out of one pair of Pzeros, 29k out of the other two. Don't know why people don't care for them, but whatever. I've got 5 almost new ones sitting in the garage I found on CL. Bought 9 of them all in excellent shape this year. $600 total investment. Yall go on and keep hating and selling them for pennies, I'll take em all day long for street driving.

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Because some of us wanna hook up on the street. Something ya can't do with zeros.


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Tire grip > Longetivety

I'm happy if my tires last 10k, that's about 2 years of life. That's why I'm going Toyo R888 next.


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Tire grip > Longetivety

I'm happy if my tires last 10k, that's about 2 years of life. That's why I'm going Toyo R888 next.


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I had the r888's on my 03 cobra. They are pretty good. Still prefer NT05Rs

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I just put 275 DWS's on the rear and 245's on the front. Extremely happy with how they grip. My wife's first reaction was "Finally I can get traction!" We bought the car with worn out pirellis, so it was a much needed upgrade. I would have put street comps on, but I was a little worried about the grip during the cold months on a summer tire.
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Hey Compstall, I got a heavy foot. That's why I bought an American muscle car. IMO pirellis should not be on any car with enough power too go get a loaf of bread. Zero neros are a all season tire that has very little grip, if it's wet they are fre@king dangerous. I wouldn't put em my bicycle. If you accelerate like grampa Sunday driver jones, them I guess they would work for some, but not me.... I own a mustang gt 5.0 and I love too smoke Chevys, beamers and grandpas in super cars that are too scared to drive them like they were designed....fast and loud. rrrr n SC
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The NT05R does hook better, but that's because it's a designed drag radial. The R888 is technically an autocross and road race tire, they just hook really well also. And if you were to get stuck in the rain they have a bit better channels in the tread for it. For a car like yours Rap the 05R is the better choice. For an all around car the R888 is probably a better choice.


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Hey Compstall, I got a heavy foot. That's why I bought an American muscle car. IMO pirellis should not be on any car with enough power too go get a loaf of bread. Zero neros are a all season tire that has very little grip, if it's wet they are fre@king dangerous. I wouldn't put em my bicycle. If you accelerate like grampa Sunday driver jones, them I guess they would work for some, but not me.... I own a mustang gt 5.0 and I love too smoke Chevys, beamers and grandpas in super cars that are too scared to drive them like they were designed....fast and loud. rrrr n SC
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Yes, A temporary one is to park it when it rains and then put new rears on as soon possible. I think Conti DWS is my best all around choice, Hankook ventus are a close second. Rrrr n SC
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If you have a 17" wheel, take a quick look at the Toyo RA1. That is the spec tire for NASA American Iron (I think they might make that tire in an 18" also). It does not get as greasy as the R888 does with heat, and you can sell it for a decent chunk of change to a road racer once it hits 4/32" (they turn into a slick patterned R-Comp at that point). The R888 is a great dual duty tire if you have a larger wheel, or need extra width
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The NT05R does hook better, but that's because it's a designed drag radial. The R888 is technically an autocross and road race tire, they just hook really well also. And if you were to get stuck in the rain they have a bit better channels in the tread for it. For a car like yours Rap the 05R is the better choice. For an all around car the R888 is probably a better choice.
I've reviewed several brands of tires, as Soccer explains if you wish to drag well buy NT05R's. I enjoy corner carving and found Yokohama S-drives for $155.00 in 275/40/18's. M/T has a new line of tire worth looking at as well.

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I got 26k out of one pair of Pzeros, 29k out of the other two. Don't know why people don't care for them, but whatever. I've got 5 almost new ones sitting in the garage I found on CL. Bought 9 of them all in excellent shape this year. $600 total investment. Yall go on and keep hating and selling them for pennies, I'll take em all day long for street driving.

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Hate to hate on u but no car not even ur mustang comp will last thru all those 9 sets of tires of urs lol. It'll break down and rot first lol


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Not 9 sets, 9 tires

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If you have a 17" wheel, take a quick look at the Toyo RA1. That is the spec tire for NASA American Iron (I think they might make that tire in an 18" also). It does not get as greasy as the R888 does with heat, and you can sell it for a decent chunk of change to a road racer once it hits 4/32" (they turn into a slick patterned R-Comp at that point). The R888 is a great dual duty tire if you have a larger wheel, or need extra width

Yea that tire is a good one also. My friend told me about those tires before. I run 18s currently. The biggest they have for an 18 is 275 though. Nothing for 19" I believe, because I may have to bump up to 19s with bigger brakes. Still on the fence if I want to put 19s on an 01 just for bigger brakes.

Planning on 265/35-18 and 305/35-18 for the R888s.


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It would be nice if they made the R888 in a decent size for 19's

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Visually they look alot better than the NT05RS

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I have read this whole thread twice loll so many options! I'm in same boat as OP, need to get rid of my zeros once it starts to heat up a bit. Micky street comps, continental DWS is what ive personally narrowed it down to. But here's my noob question:

For summer tires do you have to have same brand/type on all 4 corners? I know for winters you have to have them on all 4 tires to be safe. I was thinking if you can run DWS on front (for their wet grip) and Mickies on rear for hook up?
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Mickey thompson street comps are a great DD street tire. It's what's on my car right now actually.
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I have read this whole thread twice loll so many options! I'm in same boat as OP, need to get rid of my zeros once it starts to heat up a bit. Micky street comps, continental DWS is what ive personally narrowed it down to. But here's my noob question:

For summer tires do you have to have same brand/type on all 4 corners? I know for winters you have to have them on all 4 tires to be safe. I was thinking if you can run DWS on front (for their wet grip) and Mickies on rear for hook up?

Depends on the use of them. If it's just normal driving with the occasional launch from a dig the rear ones are what matter, fronts won't matter in that case. If you care about corners at all or being able to take an onramp or something, you want the same tires all around. Or you will have major understeer.


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