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maxximus
post Sep 28 2009, 10:25 PM

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guys, am looking for 215/45/18 (1st choice) or 225/45/18, any recommendation?

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post Sep 29 2009, 09:53 AM

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price list taken from AW Forum...
225/40/R18
Yokohama S.Drive - RM500 Quiksave
Toyo T1R- RM580 Quiksave
Michelin PP2 - RM660 Quiksave

225/45/R18
Michelin PP2 - RM770
Falken ZE 912 RM575 at Continental sungai besi hi-way near U-turn
Bridgestone Potenza RE050 (Japan) - RM960.00 - CN TWO SERVICES Ulu Klang (24/3/2009)
Michelin PP2 - RM690, Goodyear Jalan Tiong hua, Kluang April 09
Goodyear Eagle Revspec RS-02 - RM540 @ Tek Ming, Sunway (23/09/09)

well you can look for GY F1 Assy also... smile.gif


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This is out of topic but can anybody tell me which tyre has better fuel economy when running on 100% tarmac. HT or AT? because I'm planning to change my stock Hilux Bridgestone Dueler H/T to a set of Toyota Cygnus stock rims with Toyo Open Country A/T

thanx in advanced
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post Sep 29 2009, 09:51 PM

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bridgestone turanza 175/65/R14

and

michellin XM1 175/65/R14

how much ???

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post Sep 30 2009, 09:01 AM

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QUOTE(Kyusuke_FD3S @ Sep 29 2009, 09:51 PM)
bridgestone turanza 175/65/R14

and

michellin XM1 175/65/R14

how much ???

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not sure leh... maybe around RM120~140 kua... try Yokohama A drive also...

but if want... u can always change to 185/60 R14... which is more common...
185/60/R14
Yokohama A.drive AA01 - RM135/pc @ Hin Leong, Klang (Dec 2008)
Yokohama C.drive - RM158/pc @ Pusat Service Tayar Lian Zheng, Port Klang (May 2009: not included Alignment + Balancing)
Falken ZIEX-912 - RM 130/pc @ Tek Ming - Free alignme

Michelin XM1 should around RM150 kua... smile.gif
are you driving Myvi/CT/Vios????

QUOTE(shinjite @ Sep 29 2009, 11:31 PM)
ADVAN AD08 is seriously popular in Japan
Almost all cars are using it for grip and also for drifting
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yes... and S Drive for some luxury saloon also... weird to have ppl bashing Yokohama...
their reputation is not bad at all...
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post Sep 30 2009, 03:05 PM

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215/45/18
Falken Ziex ZE-912 - RM450 @ H2O, Klang (Sep 09)
Dunlop SP Sport LM 703 - RM420 @ H20, Klang (Sep 09)
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QUOTE(michael9413 @ Sep 30 2009, 05:58 PM)
which one u took??? try to ask for GY F1 Assy...
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Falken ZE 912, initially looking for PP2, but then out of my budget liao blush.gif , was quoted RM660 for PP2 with 218/45/18 at another shop

GY F1 Assy, what spec?
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looking for 255/35/R19, can be any brand but must be 100% new...

what's the price for 4 pieces?
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post Oct 1 2009, 11:40 AM

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i assume is 225/45 R17...
Goodyear F1 ASYMMETRIC 530.00 Quicksave Subang July 2009
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post Oct 2 2009, 09:46 AM

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I can't find the pricelist for 165/70R15
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that is special size... can't help you...
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Bro, i wan to ask..
Can my harrier 235/55/R18 suitable wif this Michelin Pilot Preceda?
The guy ask me if harrier use Michelin Latitude...
Then how much is Latitude for harrier?
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post Oct 2 2009, 09:00 PM

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I wonder why 175/70/R13 which is the most common standard size for proton is not in the list ?
Anyway, this is my research

Silverstone M3, RM95, most tyre shop is Shah Alam and KL (Gombak, Setapak)
Sime Tyre Astar 100, RM 90~RM95, SA and KL


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post Oct 2 2009, 11:54 PM

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Falken 912 205/45/17 at RM 260 per piece at Hin Leong Klang.

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post Oct 3 2009, 12:34 AM

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Looking for 215/45/17 or 225/45/17

Preferences:
Toyo
Falken RT615,452,ST115
Hankook RS2
Kumho MX
Goodyear F1 GSD3

Any info will be great. Thanks
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QUOTE(wyyam @ Oct 2 2009, 07:05 PM)
Bro, i wan to ask..
Can my harrier 235/55/R18 suitable wif this Michelin Pilot Preceda?
The guy ask me if harrier use Michelin Latitude...
Then how much is Latitude for harrier?
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y cannot leh... aiya... trust yourself... maybe the tire is old already they needto let go leh... always pls check the Manufactured date of the tire...
sure got printing on the side wall like "0109" means workweek 01 yr 09...


QUOTE(chgchksg128 @ Oct 2 2009, 09:00 PM)
I wonder why 175/70/R13 which is the most common standard size for proton is not in the list ?
Anyway, this is my research

Silverstone M3, RM95, most tyre shop is Shah Alam and KL (Gombak, Setapak)
Sime Tyre Astar 100, RM 90~RM95, SA and KL
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that size not much ppl use already... Sime... can throw grips sucks.... Silverstone so so la...
try Yokohama A Drive or Michelin XM1 if you can pay a lil more...

QUOTE(turbology @ Oct 3 2009, 12:34 AM)
Looking for 215/45/17 or 225/45/17

Preferences:
Toyo
Falken RT615,452,ST115
Hankook RS2
Kumho MX
Goodyear F1 GSD3

Any info will be great. Thanks
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Toyo T1R or R1R??? i think you are aiming for peformance... how much is ur budget???
FYI Falken ST115 i heard no more...

215/45/R17
Yokohama S-Drive - RM390 Hup Shun Sunway (Dec 2008)
Falken ZIEX-912 - RM 320 Euro Zone Dataran Sunway (April09)
Hankook V12 - RM317 Tek Ming, Sunway (Apr 2009) (with trade in of your old tyres)
Dunlop Revspec - RM 330 Tek Ming, Sunway (Apr 2009) (with trade in of your old tyres)
Goodyear F1 asymmetry- RM425 inclusive rubber valve, balancing, alignment and Credit card charges, Quicksave 9/4/09
Goodyear revspec RS02(Japan)- RM 368 Quicksave (April)- other charges not included
Continental SC1 - RM 255 Euro Zone Dataran Sunway (April09)
Falken Ze 522 - RM 240 Euro Zone Dataran Sunway (April09)
Toyo C1S - RM430 (May09) ,Ed tyres S.Alam Treadwear 300,AA,A
Michelin Primacy LC - RM450per piece (free alignment + balancing) - July 09

225/45R17
Goodyear F1 ASYMMETRIC 530.00 Quicksave Subang July 2009
Yokohama S Drive 450.00 Quicksave Aug 2009
New! Toyo C1s 500.00 Quicksave Aug 2009
Continental SC3 870.00 Quicksave Aug 2009

u are towards Extreme tires... but do you mind a lil comfort as well?? if ok then you can give F1 Assy a try...
you can give Michelin PP2 a try if you don mind it is a bit expensive... but don get cheated by both PP2 and F1 Assy threads... it is quite good...
Yokohama S Drive also not bad at all... Toyo C1S is a lil on comfort as well.. Hankook V12 is more comfort but handling also not bad...

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post Oct 3 2009, 11:54 AM

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Yes, I am towards Extreme tires biggrin.gif, which mean ZIEX 912, Hankook V12evo, F1 asymmetry, Michelin Primacy are all OUT.

I want grip. Not tires life biggrin.gif

RevSpec is a litte interesting. So is Toyo C1S.

Current, I have shop offer Goodyear F1 GSD3 215/45/17(http://www.goodyear.com.my/eagle_f1.html) for RM380 installed with balancing.
I think I go for Goodyear RS SPORT (http://www.goodyear.com.my/eagle_rs_sport.html)
You can't beat the Racing Silica Compound tires for just RM400 installed. biggrin.gif biggrin.gif Will give you updates. Keep up the good works.

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post Oct 3 2009, 12:04 PM

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Can any1 please comment on the below tire for size 205/55/16?
i am looking for a comfort ride and have a more lasting rubber

Bridgetone My01 (RM300)
Bridgetone Turanza AR10 (RM300)
Yokohama A drive (RM260)
Yokohama C drive (?)

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QUOTE(pky @ Oct 3 2009, 12:04 PM)
Can any1 please comment on the below tire for size 205/55/16?
i am looking for a comfort ride and have a more lasting rubber

Bridgetone My01 (RM300)
Bridgetone Turanza AR10 (RM300)
Yokohama A drive (RM260)
Yokohama C drive (?)
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For Bridgestone Turanza AR10 the tyre is really up to its advertisement..I have use it for my W124 and really satisfied with it..The noise level and

comfort is better than continental cc-1 that I have use before..but for the long lasting rubber I don't sure about that..maybe you can try michelin

primacy LC because Michelin usually have a longer lasting rubber usage than other company..FYI michelin price is really expensive if want to

compare with other brand in the same grade..For my tyre size Bridgestone Turanza GR-80 is RM280..primacy LC is RM300 and this AR-10 is

RM240. So I choose this tyre due to it's meet my wallet budget and driving habit who want comfort,low noise level and so-so grip in wet road..

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post Oct 3 2009, 01:56 PM

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QUOTE(michael9413 @ Oct 3 2009, 07:46 AM)
y cannot leh... aiya... trust yourself... maybe the tire is old already they needto let go leh... always pls check the Manufactured date of the tire...
sure got printing on the side wall like "0109" means workweek 01 yr 09...
that size not much ppl use already... Sime... can throw grips sucks.... Silverstone so so la...
try Yokohama A Drive or Michelin XM1 if you can pay a lil more...
Toyo T1R or R1R??? i think you are aiming for peformance... how much is ur budget???
FYI Falken ST115 i heard no more...

215/45/R17
Yokohama S-Drive - RM390 Hup Shun Sunway (Dec 2008)
Falken ZIEX-912 - RM 320 Euro Zone Dataran Sunway (April09)
Hankook V12 - RM317 Tek Ming, Sunway (Apr 2009) (with trade in of your old tyres)
Dunlop Revspec - RM 330 Tek Ming, Sunway (Apr 2009) (with trade in of your old tyres)
Goodyear F1 asymmetry- RM425 inclusive rubber valve, balancing, alignment and Credit card charges, Quicksave 9/4/09
Goodyear revspec RS02(Japan)- RM 368 Quicksave (April)- other charges not included
Continental SC1 - RM 255 Euro Zone Dataran Sunway (April09)
Falken Ze 522 - RM 240 Euro Zone Dataran Sunway (April09)
Toyo C1S - RM430 (May09) ,Ed tyres S.Alam Treadwear 300,AA,A
Michelin Primacy LC - RM450per piece (free alignment + balancing) - July 09

225/45R17
Goodyear F1 ASYMMETRIC 530.00 Quicksave Subang July 2009
Yokohama S Drive 450.00 Quicksave Aug 2009
New! Toyo C1s 500.00 Quicksave Aug 2009
Continental SC3 870.00 Quicksave Aug 2009

u are towards Extreme tires... but do you mind a lil comfort as well?? if ok then you can give F1 Assy a try...
you can give Michelin PP2 a try if you don mind it is a bit expensive... but don get cheated by both PP2 and F1 Assy threads... it is quite good...
Yokohama S Drive also not bad at all... Toyo C1S is a lil on comfort as well.. Hankook V12 is more comfort but handling also not bad...
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How much is Yokohama A drive? I heard the grips lose very fast?
How much of Michelin XM1?

BTW, the price I survey for 175/70/R13 is still mayb not the cheapest. I heard the chepeast is in Klang, mayb can get below RM90


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