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minizian
post Jul 4 2022, 11:27 AM

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QUOTE(epjx31 @ Jul 2 2022, 10:16 PM)
Seems like you confused between Primacy 4 vs Primacy 4st. Primacy 4 is used mostly in Europe while Primacy 4st is used in APAC.

There could be some OE Primacy 4 around but in the replacement market Primacy 4st is the one to go for in Malaysia. They are probably using different tread compound but pattern stays the same.

Current price list from my table shows as below:

Kumho Ecsta PS31 225/50R17 345
Goodyear EfficientGrip 225/50R17 420
Yokohama Advan Fleva V701 225/50R17 425
Continental UC6 225/50R17 450
Continental Max Contact 6 225/50R17 458
Michelin Primacy 4st 225/50R17 568
Michelin Pilot Sport 4 225/50R17 (NEW PS5) 630

If price is not an issue I would definitely recommend Primacy 4st. If not MC6 is a close finisher at second place. I made an article about MC6 vs 4st here. I hope this helps you decide.

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Just curious performance wise does it differs very much between the two as I previously looking at their PS3 range too? If i am not mistaken country of production was also different right with one made in France and the ST made in Thailand.

Falken also had the same concept where its tires (ZE310) was winning various awards while there also South East Asia version made in Thailand with added "R" behind making it ZE310R. Info is hard to get by if the Thailand made was equally good as European version

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post Jul 5 2022, 11:55 AM

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What do you guys think of the Falken ZE310R?
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post Jul 21 2022, 11:23 AM

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Hi, looking into either MC6 or Eagle F1 sport for my civic ketam 215/50R17 to replace the current MC5. Seldom drive fast in wet or dry conditions but like the sporty feel of the current MC5 that has already harden after 4 years.

Michelins are out of my budget with the recent price hike. Appreciate advise from masters here!
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post Jul 21 2022, 01:45 PM

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Hi epjx31,

a bit of data inconsistency in the site

The continental-ultra-contact-6-vs-michelin-xm2 page lists the XM2+ rolling resistance as D
The michelin-xm2-vs-continental-cc6 page lists the XM2+ rolling resistance as E

gets a little confusing to read.

Nice site btw... i'm surprised how close the pricing is between the XM2+ and Primacy 4st.. and how premium Michelin is in general.

QUOTE(epjx31 @ Jul 2 2022, 10:16 PM)
Seems like you confused between Primacy 4 vs Primacy 4st. Primacy 4 is used mostly in Europe while Primacy 4st is used in APAC.

There could be some OE Primacy 4 around but in the replacement market Primacy 4st is the one to go for in Malaysia. They are probably using different tread compound but pattern stays the same.

Current price list from my table shows as below:

Kumho Ecsta PS31 225/50R17 345
Goodyear EfficientGrip 225/50R17 420
Yokohama Advan Fleva V701 225/50R17 425
Continental UC6 225/50R17 450
Continental Max Contact 6 225/50R17 458
Michelin Primacy 4st 225/50R17 568
Michelin Pilot Sport 4 225/50R17 (NEW PS5) 630

If price is not an issue I would definitely recommend Primacy 4st. If not MC6 is a close finisher at second place. I made an article about MC6 vs 4st here. I hope this helps you decide.

Thanks.
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epjx31
post Jul 25 2022, 08:58 PM

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QUOTE(StormFoxy @ Jul 21 2022, 01:45 PM)
Hi epjx31,

a bit of data inconsistency in the site

The continental-ultra-contact-6-vs-michelin-xm2 page lists the XM2+ rolling resistance as D
The michelin-xm2-vs-continental-cc6 page lists the XM2+ rolling resistance as E

gets a little confusing to read.

Nice site btw... i'm surprised how close the pricing is between the XM2+ and Primacy 4st.. and how premium Michelin is in general.
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Hey, thanks for your feedback. XM2+ has been updated to D.

There was a change in EU label in 2021 which screws up the labels.

Anyways appreciate your nice compliments.

 

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