Re: DOT street and strip tires
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Re: DOT street and strip tires



Steve, if you plan to run it at the Pacific Jct. track you'll want the stickiest tires you can get.  With my 255 street tires it will spin them all the way through 1st gear and part way through 2nd.  Could be I'm just a crappy driver too.

Paul L.

On Tuesday, March 14, 2017 at 11:59:12 PM UTC-5, MO wrote:
Has anyone here tried the  "Nitto " brand tires ?  How you like them ?  Quality any good? ... These are somewhat lower priced than  the "name brand" ones. 
  I like that they  have a little more rain grooves in them.   I notice that some tires from Summit  say they are recommended for automatic transmission.  Guess they are trying to say they get too much traction  for a 4 speed driveline?.......................................MO

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