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Thread: Tires to hold power

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    rgp6373 is offline Cadillac Owners Member
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    And a 370 isn't exactly a powerhouse lol, from both vette and cts-v guys I have talked to the pilot SS is the stickiest tire this side of an r compound


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    Re: Tires to hold power

    I decided to save some beer money and put Bridgestone S-04's on my wife's sedan, and I must say I am happy with them. Maybe worth a look...

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    I should clarify that I wanted the Michelin SS's, but we took a nail in the sidewall and had to get new tires before the SS's were released in the factory V sizing...so instead of replacing the
    PS2's I went another route...but anyway...

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    Quote Originally Posted by lowerd96
    I decided to save some beer money and put Bridgestone S-04's on my wife's sedan, and I must say I am happy with them. Maybe worth a look...

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    I should clarify that I wanted the Michelin SS's, but we took a nail in the sidewall and had to get new tires before the SS's were released in the factory V sizing...so instead of replacing the
    PS2's I went another route...but anyway...
    I have them too, but I wanted more tire life and the SS's weren't available then. I don't track my car so they are more than adequate without "cheaping out." Regardless of how the car is driven, never buy inferior tires for a super sedan such as the V2; think about it, they're the most important parts. The cost of ownership or leasing is only the beginning. Fortunately, the V2 is fairly inexpensive to maintain.

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    You can poo poo the RE-11s all you want. I found them to be rather badass. They also were compared to PS2s by TireRack and beat them in many categories.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spearfish25 View Post
    You can poo poo the RE-11s all you want. I found them to be rather badass. They also were compared to PS2s by TireRack and beat them in many categories.
    PSS beats PS2 in ALL categories...

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    Re: Tires to hold power

    PSS beats PS2 in ALL Categories I second that. Also there a new RE11A tire out to bad they don't have our sizes I would have liked to try these out as a track tire.

    http://www.bridgestonetire.com/tire/...re-11a?ql=true

    http://www.onehotlap.com/2013/02/bri...spect-has.html

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