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  • 06-25-2004, 01:11 PM

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    Bob Vilven of Vilven tire. Last I checked shipped and shaved for $182 each. They last forever!


  • 06-25-2004, 11:59 AM
    Nader Ebeid

    Re: Tire advice looks like it's down to Toyo RA1 or Michelinn sport cups.
    Besides the price, which would stick better on the track?
  • 06-22-2004, 08:53 AM

    That is a good choice toyo ra-1

    They last and stick good.
  • 06-21-2004, 08:29 PM

    Re: Tire advice

    Try Toyo Proxes RA1.
  • 06-21-2004, 12:05 PM
    Nader Ebeid

    Tire advice

    I'm tired of stuffing my car with track tires, so I've decided to compromise and get some tires that I can drive to the track on.

    My car is only driven to the track (and the mechanic :), and the longest drive is probably under 500 miles.

    The ideal tire would be something that I can legally drive to the track on, and wonít be destroyed by the trip to the track. Grip is the most important factor to me..

    I currently use Victor racers for the track and S03 for the street. Iíve been running the S03ís on the track for the last few events and I really like them, but more grip would be nice. My S03ís are almost gone so thatís why itís time to see if there is a better alternative.

    Any recommendations?

    Iím strongly considering the Yokohama A032R, any advice on those vs. another set of S03ís?

    Nader Ebeid
    White 88 M3

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