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Old 06-23-2004, 03:45   #1 (permalink)
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Street yres dry traction

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What street tyres have you used for great dry traction?


Drags???? .
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Re: Street yres dry traction

Have a look in this thread.
What is the best street legal drag tyre ?
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Cornering traction or drag traction?
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Re: Street yres dry traction

best traction so far from a completely legal street tyre?? Bathurst 1000s on the XA! I ran a few 13.4s on them at 40 psi .. then dropped to 20psi .. got one run and got a 13.3.
The SP9000s on the BA aren't too bad.. but need babying a little more than the baffest 1000s though.
Team Kiwi runs regular 13.0x on Sp3000s.
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I find the sp9000 to go off in a drag situation, anyone tried Hancooks?
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I have used Yokohama A032R tyres in the past with very good results.

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