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Originally Posted by Luccia at Pelican Parts View Post
For your sizing I'm not sure, but here is what I've run recently. I'm currently running Continental Extreme Contact DW's. They're a nice quiet daily tire. I haven't really put them to the test though, but they are doing what they need to do and will last longer due to the tread rating vs. what I was running. I run Nitto NT05's on track currently and really haven't been WOWed by them honestly. I'm still trying to find a good tire pressure for them out at the different tracks I run, but I can get them to talk to me sometimes too easily. My favorite, thus far, that I have run on street (mostly) and track would have to be the Dunlop Direzza ZII's. I purchased these right when they discontinued the previous Star Specs so I believe they're now the ZII Star Specs. Anyways, a little more noise when daily driving, but man do they STICK! Was really happy with how they performed. Was a little iffy when it would rain heavily, but nothing that would warrant me to not purchase them again. Some more info on them here: Dunlop Direzza ZII Star Spec.
Hi Luccia,i am also running continentals and like them as well but i recently bought a set of three piece bbs fuchs and they happen to be 17"&learning that there is not alot of selection out there.The dunlops that you like only go up to a 255/35/17 &thats fine for my fronts,but for my rear wheels i need a 315/35/17.I was looking at getting some hoosiers &they make my sizes but they are 300.00 a tire&wont last long,so i might have to go with nitto nt 555,&aroung 220 per. Tire...I think at this point i dontvcare if there used i just want to put my new wheels on..errrrr

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