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going to pocono raceway next month. currently my car is set up for quarter mile. looking for a nice set ...



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Old 07-30-2010, 06:01 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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going to pocono raceway next month. currently my car is set up for quarter mile. looking for a nice set of tires i should throw on my 08 superbee. currently have to nitto drag radials in rear. any suggestions on tires i should be looking at ?
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1) Nitto NT05's
2) Vredesteins
3) The stock F1's do surprisingly well (expensive)
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Nitto`s or the Newly designed F1`s.....they look really nice, but like the op said there EXPENSIVE!
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Originally Posted by Quick View Post
1) Nitto NT05's
2) Vredesteins
3) The stock F1's do surprisingly well (expensive)
I concur... unless you want to get real sticky and go NT01's... but they won't last on the streeet...
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Nitto NT 05's (probaby the cheapest price $700. a set) & I heard they also now have an R - compound
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Another option is the Mickey Thompson ET Street tires. They are radials, so I'm pretty sure that they will hook very well and be stable on the track. And of course, proper tire pressure is required for these tires to perform well.
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