: Pics of the Falken Azenis 615s on the car



Mutlu
01-27-06, 02:57 PM
http://pg.photos.yahoo.com/ph/mutlumike/album?.dir=/9ce2

Love this tire. Tried them out on the track for the first time yesterday and absolutely amazing tire.

Ride is much improved. Ride is softer and steering if improved a lot as well. Feels beefier kind of like a BMW.

Size is 255/40/18 and for $160 a pop you cannot beat it.

Bought them from www.vulcantire.com

obzidian
01-27-06, 04:09 PM
hey, gald you got your tires on...

but, may i make a suggestion? You really cant see the tires in those pics. I mean, you can see them but its to dark to actually see the tire, um, likes it thread pattern..

"HEy, have you driven them in the rain yet? Any review on that... ot your DD review on that tire..

wooderson
01-27-06, 05:01 PM
Ditto....can't see tire

trekster
01-27-06, 05:28 PM
hey, gald you got your tires on...

but, may i make a suggestion? You really cant see the tires in those pics. I mean, you can see them but its to dark to actually see the tire, um, likes it thread pattern..

"HEy, have you driven them in the rain yet? Any review on that... ot your DD review on that tire..that was my first reaction when I saw the pics.

V-rooooom
01-27-06, 05:37 PM
I really wouldn't want to get caught in the rain with these...

http://www.vulcantire.com/graphics/tires/azenis_rt615.jpg

verbs
01-27-06, 06:16 PM
those pics were to help me and some others out who were interested in seeing the wheel well gap since these tires are .6" in diameter shorter than the stock tires. The fronts don't look to bad but the rear gap seems kinda big. In essence these tires increase wheel well gap by .3"

thanks Mutlu!

Mutlu
01-27-06, 06:40 PM
Sorry guys.

I didn't get a chance to look up close at the pics.

Just took a couple more.
http://pg.photos.yahoo.com/ph/mutlumike/album?.dir=/7e8e

As for the wheelgap, yes, there seems to be a tiny bit more but the payoff is that these tires handle better than the OEM and they do not get squirmy after a couple of laps.

So, in my opinion, not only did I save money but I got a better performing tire.

Also, I live in Los Angeles, so rain is not an issue out here.

ace996
01-27-06, 07:35 PM
Bravo!!! Now please don't tell anyone else...once autox season starts they'll be impossible to find!!!!
-ace

L.Sanchez
01-27-06, 08:12 PM
Got mine and I love my tires. Especially at that price!
Rain??? Its Los Angeles folks. :)

Ladis

Barak
01-27-06, 08:54 PM
The tires are really not that bad in the rain.

CVP33
01-27-06, 09:23 PM
Ok, let me help with this. You're still missing the money shot. Use the angle in Picture #5391 and turn your steering wheel all the way to the left to reveal the tread. Then we're talking! :yup:

JOEYCTS-V
01-27-06, 11:19 PM
Ok, let me help with this. You're still missing the money shot. Use the angle in Picture #5391 and turn your steering wheel all the way to the left to reveal the tread. Then we're talking! :yup:

You took the words right out of my mouth. :thumbsup:

Mutlu
01-28-06, 02:44 AM
Why not just go to this link:
http://www.vulcantire.com/azenis_rt615_t.htm

Devil_concours
01-28-06, 08:36 AM
that tire looks scary in rain with tread pattern like that

Closer_2001
01-29-06, 12:30 PM
Sorry guys.
I didn't get a chance to look up close at the pics.
Just took a couple more.
http://pg.photos.yahoo.com/ph/mutlumike/album?.dir=/7e8e
As for the wheelgap, yes, there seems to be a tiny bit more but the payoff is that these tires handle better than the OEM and they do not get squirmy after a couple of laps.
So, in my opinion, not only did I save money but I got a better performing tire.
Also, I live in Los Angeles, so rain is not an issue out here.

Not to go off-topic...

But I love a guy (like myself) who knows value and refinement: Accord and MDX in the driveway...

But appreciates the g-force infused grin associated with a 400 HP LS6 and a nurburgring tuned suspension.

:thumbsup: Falkens may be in my future...