Author Topic: Track tyres  (Read 8415 times)

Offline Harvs

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Re: Track tyres
« Reply #20 on: 24 July 2013, 22:42 »
So, in the end, I put on some 18" bbs ch alloys wrapped in Yoko ad08 advans.  Went to the ring, did some mega laps. Came home and dud a track day at Abingdon in the wet.  I seriously recommend these tyres.  They were mega in the wet and dry, and didn't wear too quickly.

Barry at www.thetyreshop.co.uk sorted me out a great deal.

Recommend both the Tyre Shop, and the tyres!!!
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Re: Track tyres
« Reply #21 on: 31 July 2013, 22:11 »
i would Highly reccomend Federal FZ-201's

Offline kayla

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Re: Track tyres
« Reply #22 on: 26 December 2013, 18:08 »
Tires are very important to choose on vehicle..

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Re: Track tyres
« Reply #23 on: 13 September 2014, 16:03 »
Dunlop dz03g i've been using and are very good!
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Re: Track tyres
« Reply #24 on: 05 October 2014, 14:00 »
For the money you wont beat the nankang ns2r semi slick. The 180 wear is about 75% of the 888 but half the price. You can get the sticky 120 wear but dont know how long they will last.

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