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08-01-2009 05:20 PM
ibennion Thanks for all the feedback. Anyone used Barum Bravuris? They seem to come out well in tests.
08-01-2009 03:13 PM
igiveup Hi I'm new on here, so thought I do my 1st post here as I've just put some new boots on our C-Max.

I've replaced the Continental Sport Contact 2 with some TOYO PROXES T1-R 205/50/R17Y (93) Reinforced Cost me 233 fitted for 2. Bought from BlackCircles and fitted at a local STSTyre Proscentre.

So fare they are a tad quieter, but have allot more grip in both Dry and Wet conditions. Also cheaper as well, the Continentals where 145 per corner, Toyos only 103

I also had the Laser Geometry checked and adjusted.

Hope that helps.
08-01-2009 04:36 AM
sid i got some bridgestone turanzas fitted, w not v rated, seem very good so far at 67 pound per boot.
Are there any better alteratives out there?
07-27-2009 07:18 PM
Gepard I currently have stock Continentals on my 1.8 and they have hardly any grip I've actuallydrifted my 1.8 round corners!
07-27-2009 05:25 PM
Richard G I;ve had NCT5's on the las 5 cars in various sizes



07-27-2009 03:35 AM
MetalMicky08 It`s a personal choice I think.I have Avons on mine & I`m well pleased with them.I know some members have NCT`s (my second choice) and are happy with them.Not sure about Pirelli but I have heard they give good grip but are prone to road noise.
MM



07-27-2009 03:09 AM
ibennion My front tyres are ready to be replaced. What are the best tyres for grip/longlife compromise that you have bought?

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