Classic style but fits and in stock
thanks feedback is always good and wantedIf car is black, definitely the classic ones.
A bit of definition to spot them on the car
If car is lead foot, then probably the the black ones.
But both are very nice.
Normal sport cup 2’s have a lot more tread than mine , might be good choiceWell, they’re street legal but you know, like I do, that’s where it ends.
You know you can’t get caught in rain with those right?
Well, if you do, you know you’ll be slowing right down to a crawl right?
I have no knowledge on the Falcon.
But I have been a passenger in a few cars with and seen the Nitto NT01 perform on track before.
They work very well.
The secret is they have exceptional grip up until the point where they start squealing. That’s when you know you have reached their adhesion limit in corners.
After that it’s not advisable to push any further.
I also witnessed several Toyo cars at the same track event but did not get to drive in them.
They performed very well also.
I don’t know that the Toyo are worth the premium price over the NT01’s.
That’s why I would go for Nitto to save budget for a second set.
From reading I’ve done before on Nitto, I believe the NT05 is quite a step down from the NT01.
The NT01 is a legit track tire (DOT approved as said above), but the NT05 is a real street tire, more like the Michelin AT4.
For high grip like the previous 3, there is also the BF Goodrich G-Force R1.
I’ve seen cars with those as well at track days.
One that comes to mind was a vintage Boss 302 race car at Watkins Glen, in the advanced tun group.
It won’t be cheap. It’ll be on par with the Toyo, if not more.
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And, have you considered the Michelin Cup 2’s?
They have pretty good traction, and would be more suitable to street use than the other 4 above.
You know all 4 will throw up even more stones and debris than the Cup 2’s right?
Nitto nt 555RII in the back drag radials.
playing with that, but looking at 285-35-18 rearWhat tire size do you intend on running at the moment?
What tire size do you intend on running at the moment?
A problme with that is pure costs,To avoid Mishaps
Do like Denis did in the end with his GT500
A set of Street Tires, Michelin AS3 Plus
And in your case a set of Track Tires
And you don’t need pretty wheels on the Track
High Performance Summer is better than Drag Radials on rearA problme with that is pure costs,
track wheels are often pretty because light wheels are crazy expensive.
Even certain tires, EI: continetal extreme sports 22.8 lbs,
Yokohama high performance tires, 28 lbs,
Unspun wieght is not kind to fast cars
The plan for now is same as wheels, cheaper wheels
SVE are quite reasonbale $$$ and not bad wieght at 23 lbs.
Tires, will be high performance summer, without giving up to much
Later I can look at higher end wheels and tires if required, desired
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