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Discussion in 'Wheel And Tyre' started by ixeo, Apr 10, 2019.
Yah, maybe be next time should try combo V12E2/S1E2 or F1D5/F1A5. :-)
225/45 R18 fronts
255/40 R18 rears
are identical in diameter
245/40 R18 will be 7mm less for the rear...
You got PM boss. I think rear got better traction is safer. They say new tyres go rear.
I know diameter wise it's slightly smaller but width is closer so less understeering tendency. Anyway 8.5j also better match fitment with 245. I'm also now using 225/45/18 & 245/40/18.
FR setup naturally oversteers right? I kinda like the way my car handles now.. a bit of throttle it will still oversteer..
Replied to you already. New tyres rear, yours RWD even better, but yours staggered so cannot change......lol
Hankook S1E3 already, by then maybe V12E3 also......hhahahhahhaa
Ah ok in that case then stay with same tire sizes.
can save rm10 for motorcycle EO also ok. motor also cannot rempit already. for taman use
So far so good. Wear still ok. Did a few braking, stops with plenty of room left. Wet also good so far, I only have experience with PS3 and not the PS4, FK510 is definitely just as composed as PS3 in the wet, I have confident and feel safe with it.
Should be the 3rd Falken model quite highly recommended. Those days was the ST115 model, then the Ziex ZE-912, but this model later failed. Now the FK510 seems to be making a comeback for Falken
Isn't there a ZE-914 already? Yes 912 was quite bad, my friend one was having issue back then.
Yes, ZE-914 Eco Run is Mid range touring tyres. FK series are UHP category