New Tyres for my Chery Tiggo SUV

Discussion in 'Wheel And Tyre' started by vr2turbo, Aug 15, 2014.

  1. ^pomen_GTR^

    ^pomen_GTR^ Senior Member
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    review for ATR2...not really good in deep water puddle...got slight aquaplanning

    (not slight actually but i was going faster than everyone else on slight corner as well) :driver:
     
  2. stupidcar

    stupidcar 5 Year | Silver

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    Mine aquaplane all the way from Puchong to Subang the other day. Super rainy I was going for 100kmh only. 40% atr sport just wheel spinning lol. RPM up and down up and down haha
     
  3. vr2turbo

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    Your tyres almost semi slick liao.....lol:rofl:
     
  4. cvkit17

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    Aquaplane all the way means sailing already...no longer considered as driving :rofl:

    Change to RSR! Durable, reliable, vegetable
     
  5. vr2turbo

    vr2turbo 5 Year | Silver
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    His one is front wheel drift......hhahahhahhaha

    Your RSR now durable because compound harden liao......lol:rofl:
     
  6. cvkit17

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    yea i believe it has something to do with compound hardened also. Now i got like 10% more only to reach the indicator. My ps3 sleeping zzzzz
     
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    Change to PS3 lah! if not by the time you use, PS3 also harden......lol:rolleyes:
     
  8. stupidcar

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    Lets do a one wheel burnout session. *No LSD ma*
    Get metal chain pull the back axle and do front wheel burnout. Pour some atf on the tyres, it will slip in no time.
    Sounds funny, but I'm serious, Im changing tyres soon.
     
  9. cvkit17

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    hahaha but but but the RSR is still grippy....hahahahaha
     
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    More bald more contact surface, try wet and see......hahhahhahah:biggrin:

    ---------- Post added at 04:48 PM ---------- 6 hour anti-bump limit - Previous post was at 04:44 PM ----------

    Cannot wear off, burn off......lol:burnout:
     
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    yea I actually wana try to use iphone slow mo video shoot to take burnout shots.
     
  12. stupidcar

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    U manual easy to do. jom.
     
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    But power maybe not enough to burn.....lol
     
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    stupidcar 5 Year | Silver

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    "Get metal chain pull the back axle and do front wheel burnout. Pour some atf on the tyres, it will slip in no time."
     
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    vr2turbo 5 Year | Silver
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    That is tyre torture.........lol
     
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    After 20k km the tyres still have plenty of thread pattern. Should be very good for high mileage users as wear is very minimal....

    Front tyres
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    Rear tyres
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    I think wrongly calculated. This should be around 16k km not 20k km
     
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  17. y2188

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    Dat camber angle at the rear tyre :rofl:
     
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    Maybe camera angle but actually is slightly negative.....lol
     
  19. s.marz

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    Hey bro, do you recommend these tyres for SUV? My current ones are pretty harsh and noisy. They're 235/60R17 all round with GY Wrangler HP at the front & Toyo Open Country UT at the rear.
     
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    SUV tyre a bit on the rough pattern design that is why they have H/T, A/T and M/T, but most after it wears down normally will be a bit noisy. Even my previous set was Conti Comfort Contact 1 (passenger car model) which after worn down was very noisy too.
    The Yokohama are made durable. To me they are not bad and have seen quite a few SUV on them too, but after checking the catalogue, I am sad to say they don't have your tyre size. Closest is 225/60R17 which is smaller and 235/65R17 which is bigger....
     

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