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      04-04-2017, 12:54 PM   #507
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You were able to confirm what I said was accurate. Good job.

You should spend a few minutes reading ANY article about tires

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http://www.motoiq.com/MagazineArticl...RFORMANCE.aspx
You're a joke. I told you it was a typo. I called Michelin directly to confirm. The Pilot Sport Cup ZP is discontinued. I also called tireack and they said it was a typo too. The actual specs from Michelin are:

Pilot Sport Cup ZP 285/30-19
Section width 11.4" on 10" wheel and the treadwidth 10.1"

PSS 305/30-19
Section width 12.3" on an 11" wheel and 11" treadwidth.


Finally i verified the specs on the Bridgestone re11 are correct and like the michelin they run large.
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You were able to confirm what I said was accurate. Good job.

You should spend a few minutes reading ANY article about tires

Here's one for you

http://www.motoiq.com/MagazineArticl...RFORMANCE.aspx
You're a joke. I told you it was a typo. I called Michelin directly to confirm. The Pilot Sport Cup ZP is discontinued. I also called tireack and they said it was a typo too. The actual specs from Michelin are:

Pilot Sport Cup ZP 285/30-19
Section width 11.4" on 10" wheel and the treadwidth 10.1"

PSS 305/30-19
Section width 12.3" on an 11" wheel and 11" treadwidth.


Finally i verified the specs on the Bridgestone re11 are correct and like the michelin they run large.
I'm a joke? Lol
You're missing the point in an effort to protect your fragile ego
Saying 305 means nothing as numbers vary from one brand to the next
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Um and spend time to read about tires? I've been reading about, researching them, following them, ordering them from virtually every manufacturer for over 30 years. When i was picking this setup, i spoke to 4 different vendors and a few manufacturers comparing the RE11 to michelin, Dunlap, Yokohama, nitto, toyo, and a couple others for how these tires actually fit vs its contemporaries. And I had 275 mpss on the car before these. These dwarf those. Night and day. If YOU need help in the future figuring this stuff out, feel free to ask.
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I'm a joke? Lol
You're missing the point in an effort to protect your fragile ego
Saying 305 means nothing as numbers vary from one brand to the next
Yes. This is correct. But the PSS is the same brand as the sport cup tires you mentioned. I pointed out how the pss was way different from the size listing of the sport cup. I pointed out how the sport cup2 was practically identical to the pss size wise. I pointed out how it was an obvious typo that you were using as an example and still try to use. I verified it was a typo with tirerack and michelin. The typo was so far off it was obvious that its impossible to be true. There is no way a treadwidth can be wider than a section width. You should've known this as its blatantly obvious. I also verified Michelin runs big compared to most makers and ageee. But i also pointed out the Bridgestones do to and verified the actual sizes to confirm from multiple sources. So the only correct point you made is that size from one maker can vary with another. You were in error however in multiple and pertinent points I listed above. Then you talked down to me and incorrectly said a junky discontinued zp tire was 1" wider instead of 1" narrower than my setup. That's a joke. Failing to admit these errors and move on is just being a troll.

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Yes. This is correct. But the PSS is the same brand as the sport cup tires you mentioned. I pointed out how the pss was way different from the size listing of the sport cup. I pointed out how the sport cup2 was practically identical to the pss size wise. I pointed out how it was an obvious typo that you were using as an example and still try to use. I verified it was a typo with tirerack and michelin. The typo was so far off it was obvious that its impossible to be true. There is no way a treadwidth can be wider than a section width. You should've known this as its blatantly obvious. I also verified Michelin runs big compared to most makers and ageee. But i also poibted out the Bridgestones do to and verified the actual sizes to confirm from multiple sources. So the only correct point you made is that size from one maker can vary with another. You were in error however in multiple and pertinent points I listed above. Then you talked down to me and incorrectly said a junky discontinued zp tire was 1" wider instead of 1" narrower than my setup. That's a joke. Failing to admit these errors and move on is just being a troll.
Understood. Was using those as an example to my initial point, which it seems like you missed. Saying 305's means nothing if a different manufacturer's 295's will sometimes be wider. We can both agree on that, no?
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Understood. Was using those as an example to my initial point, which it seems like you missed. Saying 305's means nothing if a different manufacturer's 295's will sometimes be wider. We can both agree on that, no?
I did to begin with. I was replying that these are "big" 305s and the sport cup 285s were not "bigger"
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From what I undersand the toyo r888 in 295 would be smaller than the Bridgestone re11s but bigger in 305. It was the only tire I found bigger thsn the Bridgestone or Michelin size for size.
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Saying 305's means nothing
But I'm from the 305, so that's gotta mean something because I say it all the time..!!

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nice good to know that 255s on a 9.5 et22 fits up front. how much camber are your running up front
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nice good to know that 255s on a 9.5 et22 fits up front. how much cancer are your running up front
Camber...lol
And do you rub at full turn, bumps, and what's your ride height. I've seen 265 front but after 245 you need to get more creative.
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nice good to know that 255s on a 9.5 et22 fits up front. how much cancer are your running up front
Camber...lol
And do you rub at full turn, bumps, and what's your ride height. I've seen 265 front but after 245 you need to get more creative.
lmao yeah camber.
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Camber...lol
And do you rub at full turn, bumps, and what's your ride height. I've seen 265 front but after 245 you need to get more creative.
I'm lowered on kw v3 with vorshlag camber plates. Fenders are just rolled up front and I pretty much have no rub up front. With the +22 offset I have a ton of strut/spring clearance even with the stock kw progressives. Alignment is -2.2 degrees up front and -1.8 in the rear with 1/16th toe out iirc but I'm not 100% sure. I actually have room to go with a 265/35 all around so once these pss are done I'll look into the new MPS4s whenever they release that size. Ride height wise I'm pretty much lowered to the point where it's tucking just the top of the tire so about half way down on the kws.
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From what I undersand the toyo r888 in 295 would be smaller than the Bridgestone re11s but bigger in 305. It was the only tire I found bigger thsn the Bridgestone or Michelin size for size.
your e93 is hands down my most favorite e93. It is perfect
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your e93 is hands down my most favorite e93. It is perfect
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Anybody got a pic of a 17x10" on an LCI E90? Preferable with M Sport suspension, but if not all good.

I'm curious if running this would be too aggressive, cause any rubbing with a 40H or 45H sidewall.
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What's "meaty"? 9.5 rears
"meaty tires" are more of the sidewall IMO than the width.
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