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2009-2014 Cadillac CTS-V Performance Mods Discussion, drag radial for street and slicks for track in Cadillac CTS-V Series Forum - 2009-2014; Do they make an M&H Racemaster in a 19" wheel diameter? We want this tire for all street use and ...
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    drag radial for street and slicks for track

    Do they make an M&H Racemaster in a 19" wheel diameter? We want this tire for all street use and go with a true slick to go on ZO6 18" wheels for the track. Is this set up available? Thanks for any input.

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    Re: drag radial for street and slicks for track

    Nope. Best best is Nitto NT05r's or Toyo R888's. 305/30/19's seem to be the ticket.

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    Re: drag radial for street and slicks for track

    We have NT05R for the track but we change them before we go to the track so we have a chance to drive them on the street before and after we go to the track and if were doing 30 to 40 mph and stand on it will spin the tires to like 70 mph. These are 315/35/18. I know u like the racemaster from other post and was hoping you would see this post because you would know if M&H had the tire Im looking for. I will look at the toyo R888, have you used them? I really need something for the street for those light to light squirts against someone when its safe and only to about 60 mph, but no tire we have used will hold the car so u r peddling the car the whole time and getting beat by lesser cars. Thank you for the input.

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    Re: drag radial for street and slicks for track

    No M&H, but Mickey Thompson has one in 305/35/19. American Muscle (mustang site) has the lowest prices I've found. They have a coupon code coldpony10 that knocks $10 off and they have free shipping. So figure $367 shipped per tire. I've never used these but others have.

    http://www.americanmuscle.com/mickey...012&adtype=pla

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    Re: drag radial for street and slicks for track

    I run road courses with the R888's. They are noisy but very sticky IMO.
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    Re: drag radial for street and slicks for track

    Quote Originally Posted by cruiser68 View Post
    I run road courses with the R888's. They are noisy but very sticky IMO.
    There are some on racing junk for $95 apiece in 305/30/19 size.

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    Re: drag radial for street and slicks for track

    Will these fit on my stock cts v wagon rear wheels?

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    Re: drag radial for street and slicks for track

    Quote Originally Posted by Mdalsin View Post
    Will these fit on my stock cts v wagon rear wheels?
    I used a spacer from D3 on my wagon to get the Mickey Thompsons 305/35-19 on & really like the way they put the power down. Going on my second set as we speak.

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