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For street/track tires I'd look at Michelin PSS or Yokohama AD08's in 265/35/19 and 295/30/19 sizes.BOSS5OH said:Anyone know if these would be a good track tire that would last a decent amount of time? My pirrellis have been good but started chunking on the last track day.
I don't mind giving up a little bit of grip, compared to an NT05 or hankook RS3. I'm just looking for something i can drive to the track on and not have to worry about much.
over the years I have had tires with various tread wear ratings.....just cause one tire has a lower value doesnt mean it will be better it just means it wont last as long. I have had tires with higher ratings hook better than tires with lower and vice versa. what matters is what it does in the real world. thats why I go with direct reviews like "better than the factory tires" as an example. take it for what it is a tread wear rating its not a grip ratingArizonaGT said:I cannot believe this tire is anywhere near the performance of the stock Pirellis, with the M/T treadwear rating of 300.