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spyglass
06-28-2002, 11:26 AM
I need tires for my 1990 RX-7. Stock tires are Bridgestone RE-71 205/60 HR15. This tire is great but no longer is produced. Question....does anyone have any experience with the GoodYear Eagle F1 GS-D2?

Here is the comparison from tirerack:
http://www.tirerack.com/tires/Compare1.jsp?startIndex=0&vehicleSearch=true&width=205/&ratio=60&diameter=15&sortCode=38550&minSpeedRating=H&ratio=60&width=205/&diameter=15&minLoad=S&search=true&pagelen=20&pagenum=1&pagemark=1&performance=MP&performance=UHP&performance=HP&speed_rating=HR&speed_rating=VR&speed_rating=WR&speed_rating=YR&speed_rating=ZR

The Yokohamma gets great reviews but from an aesthetic perspective I just am not a fan of the tread pattern. Pirelli is a good tire but I have found them to be less than my first choice in past cars, (P6 on an RX-7 and P7Assimetrico on a Jaguar). The Goodyear is a new tire for this size and I have had Gatorbacks in the past and was pretty happy.

Thoughts ?

jcs
2002 X5 3.0L Sport
1990 RX-7 Convertible 25k


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