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nevarezmdf
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nevarezmdf Apr 13, 4:47am - #441260 
2004 Carbon Blue Toyota Celica GT
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el paso tx
Yokohama Spec-2

Which tires are the best of handling and grip i was looking into buying the parada's spec-2? What do you guys think?
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celica209
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celica209 Apr 13, 5:20am - #441261 

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i have parada spec-2 they are sick you will love them good for wet/dryconditions great tires. thumbsup
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EuRoBoYGT
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EuRoBoYGT Apr 13, 5:22am - #441262 

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get the bfgoodrich G-Force k/d tdw 2 those are some of the best street tires out thumbsup

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mukalicious
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mukalicious Apr 13, 5:24am - #441263 

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i got yoko pspec 2s... love them. but they do get kinda noisy when the tread gets low.
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CaLiGTS
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CaLiGTS Apr 13, 5:26am - #441264 

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parada spec 2's tasty thumbsup
anything yokohama is good thumbsup aves 100 are great too.

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CaLiGTS
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CaLiGTS Apr 13, 5:26am - #441265 

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the asymetrical tread is so sexy thumbsup

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RookieGTS
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RookieGTS Apr 13, 5:55am - #441266 

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spec 2's and yoko's avs 100's are tight from what I have read up on and actually experianced on.
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HJC_Celica Apr 13, 8:09am - #441267 
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The AVS Sport is Yokohama's top of the line tire. You could also get their AO32R it's an R compound tire, but it is DOT approved. You would have to buy new ones everytime you get your oil changed though!! Outside of Yokohama you have your Pilot Sports, Toyo has a new top of the line tire, Bridgestone Pole Position. Check out tire rack!!!
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nevarezmdf
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nevarezmdf Apr 13, 7:08pm - #441268 
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I just bought some wheels and tires i got some 17" enkei GF1 andasite w/ machined lip (like a gunmetal) and the Yoko Parada Spec-2 I love the way they handle and take off damn these tires are the SHIT. Thanks everybody.
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g96818
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g96818 Apr 13, 8:06pm - #441269 

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Hon, HI
i had spec 1, gotta get me some spec 2's when my bfgoodrich runs out
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Jtultra Apr 13, 8:22pm - #441270 

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I currently ES100 they lasted me like a week. I was looking for new ones maybe the Falken 555 or their new azenis. I'm look for the best tredwear with the best traction. Anybody wanna help me out?

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BaTMaN_4
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BaTMaN_4 Apr 13, 9:06pm - #441271 

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I got the Spec-2s as well...and handling wise they are awesome...although mine are noisy...but i dont mind the noise thumbsup
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trikdcelica
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trikdcelica Apr 14, 12:20am - #441272 

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man ya'll have problems with noise too. is the inner edge on your pair messing up like little knots. not like a camber issue. parts of the tire are wearing to where there are differences in height. like your bouncing and parts are wearing quicker. other than that it handles awesome, unlike any other tire.
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v3n0m Apr 14, 1:55am - #441273 

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I would have gone with the Nitto NT555 Extreme...the two grooves repell the water very well and they have the same grip as the Parada's in the dry...and they're not noisy either.
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Cookie Apr 14, 2:27am - #441274 

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yoko pa. spec 2's all the way...
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