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Eyger Feb 27, 4:35am - #113080 

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One with and one without brake rotors.
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Evan Feb 27, 6:44pm - #113081 

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The middle one is hot! thumbsup

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CeLlYgT04 Feb 27, 7:35pm - #113082 

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Originally Posted by Evan
The middle one is hot! thumbsup


Yup, that's my favorite too grin
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celicaTRDgts Feb 27, 9:22pm - #113083 

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Originally Posted by Evan
The middle one is hot! thumbsup

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DiabloGTS Feb 27, 9:37pm - #113084 

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love the two different size tires in the first pic
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carinv1175 Feb 27, 10:48pm - #113085 

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Middle one.

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Evan Feb 27, 11:25pm - #113086 

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Originally Posted by DiabloGTS
love the two different size tires in the first pic


Doesn't it come that way, stock?

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slidr Feb 28, 1:11am - #113087 

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Originally Posted by Evan
Originally Posted by DiabloGTS
love the two different size tires in the first pic


Doesn't it come that way, stock?
Nope, but it looks and performs better that way.

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Evan Feb 28, 1:13am - #113088 

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Originally Posted by slidr
Originally Posted by Evan
Originally Posted by DiabloGTS
love the two different size tires in the first pic


Doesn't it come that way, stock?
Nope, but it looks and performs better that way.


Oh, because a friend of mine has a Z and I could've sworn her rear tires were a little different size than the front. idunno

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Evan Feb 28, 1:15am - #113089 

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slidr Feb 28, 1:19am - #113090 

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Originally Posted by Evan
Oh, are you talking about the tread width? I thought you were talking about the radius, because that is what Diablo was talking about.

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Evan Feb 28, 1:24am - #113091 

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Originally Posted by slidr
Originally Posted by Evan
Oh, are you talking about the tread width? I thought you were talking about the radius, because that is what Diablo was talking about.


D'oh! spineyes

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slidr Feb 28, 1:26am - #113092 

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Originally Posted by Evan
Originally Posted by slidr
Originally Posted by Evan
Oh, are you talking about the tread width? I thought you were talking about the radius, because that is what Diablo was talking about.


D'oh! spineyes
Well anyways, the wider the track width of the tire, the better the traction. That is why your friend's Z has wider track width in the rear, because it is a RWD car, and wider tires in the back will give it better traction while launching.

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Evan Feb 28, 1:29am - #113093 

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Originally Posted by slidr
Originally Posted by Evan
Originally Posted by slidr
Originally Posted by Evan
Oh, are you talking about the tread width? I thought you were talking about the radius, because that is what Diablo was talking about.


D'oh! spineyes
Well anyways, the wider the track width of the tire, the better the traction. That is why your friend's Z has wider track width in the rear, because it is a RWD car, and wider tires in the back will give it better traction while launching.


Yup. happywink

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Eyger Feb 29, 1:52am - #113094 

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I think those rims look nice on the G

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xmangt1 Mar 2, 7:18am - #113095 

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