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tein basic coilovers and tire sizes #222661 Jul 13, 7:10am Jul 13, 7:10am
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tein basic coilovers and tire sizes
does anyone have these? if so tell me about it.. because i plan on getting a set of my own.. thanks also i am getting a wheel and tire package. these my tire options

oh and tires which brand is better?
KUMHO 712
TOYO fFZ4
PIRELLI PZERO NERO
NITTO NT555

Re: tein coilovers ss dampers [Re: jspecstarz] #222662 Jul 13, 7:14am Jul 13, 7:14am
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Kuhmo is the lowest on the list

they're all low end Performance tires

not sure what kind of pirelli's you looking at but I think it's the best on that list

I know Nitto is better than Kuhmo, but dunno about how toyo ranks

Re: tein coilovers ss dampers [Re: beans] #222663 Jul 13, 7:23am Jul 13, 7:23am
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My car came with Pirelli P Zeros from the factory. They're great in the dry but not the best in the wet, so it depends on what your weather is like. And they're only good for about 8000 miles!!!!


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Re: tein basic coilovers [Re: jspecstarz] #222664 Jul 13, 7:30am Jul 13, 7:30am
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how come it says tein coilovers and ur talking bout tires? confused

Re: tein basic coilovers [Re: beans] #222665 Jul 13, 7:36am Jul 13, 7:36am
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what do you think about this size:

225/45R 18

Re: tein basic coilovers and tire sizes [Re: jspecstarz] #222666 Jul 13, 7:55am Jul 13, 7:55am
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if you go with Nitto's get the 555R's, they are the best, or the NeoGen's. another good tire which you didn't mention is the Hankook Ventus tires, they are probably the stickiest tires I've ever driven with and they have a 80,000 mile warranty on them... that's pretty damn good imo. Pirelli's are good, yet they are EXPENSIVE as well as Toyos from my perspective. I like the Ventus or the NeoGens, there's also the BFGoodrich G-Force t/A's which are amazing... that's what i have smile thumbsup

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