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Old 12-12-2018, 06:34 PM
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Originally Posted by hcvone View Post
I make 700 whp on 100 octane, with the stock Pirelli's traction was an issue at any temp, switched to Michelin PSS, run them several lbs lower and my traction is fine now, except for under 50 degrees, and I can live with that
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Originally Posted by bigrpowr View Post
i'm trying to build my car to be in the 700hp range , and the factory tires wont even support the 640 it makes now . i'm not sure i want R888 , i dont want the noise, what other options are out there? i had bridgestone , ( NT01 , i think thats what they were) on my e85 997.1 but they would spin on the 1-2 shift pretty bad . any options would be great ! thanks in advance.
I make more than 700 and my r888r work well and I have a extra set for sale brand new. 315/30/20 rear and 255/35/20 front
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