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First Day In The Wet With My New T-sport....


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no, i didnt bin it :P

but i need some new tyres, wasnt really nice to drive, i couldnt stop spinning it up, even in 2nd at low revs.

so....

Toyo Proxy T1-Rs, 195/50 15?

are they good in the cold and wet, because as you have probably noticed, we are heading into winter, i dont want to spend £120 on new tyres to find theyre useless for the next 6 months :-)

and is Mytyres the best place to get them from?

cheers guys :-)

x

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no, i didnt bin it :P

but i need some new tyres, wasnt really nice to drive, i couldnt stop spinning it up, even in 2nd at low revs.

so....

Toyo Proxy T1-Rs, 195/50 15?

are they good in the cold and wet, because as you have probably noticed, we are heading into winter, i dont want to spend £120 on new tyres to find theyre useless for the next 6 months :-)

and is Mytyres the best place to get them from?

cheers guys :-)

x

Yeah they are very good tyres. Had them when I had my alloys on and the grip was really good, both in the wet and the dry! If I can remember correctly, they are directional tyres as well which help with the grip, especially in the wet.

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Yeah, but on a cost/performance/wear speed ratio there's little to beat them.

They're not good in the snow (trust me, I know), but they're meant as summer tyres so its a bit like saying flip-flips aren't much use on a ski-slope...

Unless you're anticipating much snow in the next 6 months you'll be fine. :thumbsup:

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