Continental Extremecontact Sport

Discussion in 'Brakes, Wheels and Tires' started by GotCurvz, Feb 5, 2019.

  1. APEXRaceParts

    APEXRaceParts Race Proven, Street Approved

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    Awesome, 7000 miles is like 2 years with as little as I drive now. I actually had 22k miles on the factory Bridgestones before I sold them with wheels and they still had 4/32nds left.
     
  2. gregckach

    gregckach TMO Beginner

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    I'll chime in by saying the Conti ECS have been very good to me so far with my GT PP2 after about a thousand miles. They're awesome for street use and still have very good grip on mountain roads when compared to the Cup 2s that came with it. Obviously these will keep you a little more honest whereas the Cup 2s were like having a cheat code. But I've never once felt like I didn't have enough grip. And they're excellent in the wet. I was up in the mountains last weekend in the pouring rain and had no issues keeping a spirited pace. I'm very likely to get these again when the time comes. I'm sure the comparable Michelins are better, but I was able to cover the cost of a track day and the necessary fluids with the difference.
     
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    Racerpilotalan TMO Advanced

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    Good info here. I needed new tires to run the Big Bend Open Road Race and I wanted them to be my new street tire. So I bought the Continental Extremecontact Sport tires and had them mounted on my second set of LS wheels. They are great. I want to get some track day wheels and tires later.
     

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