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    Sticky's ;)

    Changed up the turbo, 3 days later busted the rear end, fixed it. Was ready for a new look with the sticky tires. Now that everything is solid and looking proper I think it's time to make some more passes!


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    -Shawn-

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    faaaatttt tires..
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    what tires are they, both front and rear?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by LostMarine Click here to enlarge
    what tires are they, both front and rear?
    I have V12 Evo's on the IForged, go through them too fast for something expensive Click here to enlarge 275/30/19 and 225/35/19 front. The rears in the pictures above are Nitto NT01 275/40/17

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by A4RingedONE8T Click here to enlarge
    I have V12 Evo's on the IForged, go through them too fast for something expensive Click here to enlarge 275/30/19 and 225/35/19 front. The rears in the pictures above are Nitto NT01 275/40/17
    thats what i thought. I always liked hankoks for general driving, they are a great tire. but they are not very sticky comparitively.

    how about those nittos whats your review on those? I was considering those as well. they look sticky, can handle corners, what about ride quality/noise/treadlife?

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    Much respect on that tire/wheel setup... MUCH RESPECT

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