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Posts posted by R3nn3r

  1. On 6/17/2013 at 8:28 AM, logray said:

    You can put non-N rated tires on, don't worry about that. When I go to drivers events people run everything from hoosiers to toyos to bf goodrich... none of those carry an N rating and they are putting some extreme pressures on the tires compared with daily driving.

    I guess what are you looking for longevity, performance, budget, etc?

    Pretty much any 911 is going to burn through a set of rears in 5-20k depending on how it is driven.

    For longevity the michelins and bridgestones you mention are great, I've run both (the non n-rated version) and they last a long time and I have even tracked the car with them. To aid in longeivty following recommended tire pressures (which are high) and a neutral/non aggressive alignment setup helps too.

    I've had continentals and hated them. I've had pierrli snow and they were great in adverse conditions, but thats about it.

    For performance, toyo r888s or federals on the cheap. both are DOT street legal. they don't last a long time but offer 100 or below UTQG.

    BF goodrich/hoosier Track day only



    Are you referring to the Toyo Proxes? Would like to know your insight on the T1R and R888. I think I've read somewhere that it has the classic Porsche sizes. Are these suitable for fast road and track work?

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