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Tire choice for Twin Turbo?

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Is there any tire that will hook up on pump gas on the street besides the Nitto nt01 or the Toyo 888? Car is s UGR Stage 3. Looking for something with better wet traction and longer life. Has anyone tried the Nitto nt555 or nt05?

 

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There is no way you own a Ugr car and legitimately are asking about wet traction or longer life??

 

I will give you credit for joining this forum long ago but this is a silly question. Ask Ugr. No one here will have any good feedback to give you that you don’t know already know. If you use another tire besides the 2 you mentioned, you will most likely be living dangerously. Please be safe, don’t drive in the rain fast, like go slow and leave traction control on.

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There is no way you own a Ugr car and legitimately are asking about wet traction or longer life??

 

I will give you credit for joining this forum long ago but this is a silly question. Ask Ugr. No one here will have any good feedback to give you that you don’t know already know. If you use another tire besides the 2 you mentioned, you will most likely be living dangerously. Please be safe, don’t drive in the rain fast, like go slow and leave traction control on.

 

:iamwithstupid: Just stick with the Toyos. I'm actually running Trofeo R's right now, but that's because there is no Toyo for the front that works with the H's 20" setup. And while I like the Trofeos so far, they would offer no improvement in wet traction or longer life IMO.

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:iamwithstupid: Just stick with the Toyos. I'm actually running Trofeo R's right now, but that's because there is no Toyo for the front that works with the H's 20" setup. And while I like the Trofeos so far, they would offer no improvement in wet traction or longer life IMO.

 

 

how do the trofeo R's hook compared to the R888?

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how do the trofeo R's hook compared to the R888?

 

So far so good, but I have not tried to launch the car from a dig or hammered it at really low speed yet. Will report back. They definitely "feel" better in general driving and are quieter than the Toyos.

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