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post May 18 2016, 02:34 PM

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QUOTE(leehernandez @ May 18 2016, 12:46 PM)
this is for my own car.currently fitting 245/45/19 primacy 3st and have change to 8jj rim et 30 but rub a bit inside when turning.some of the members told me wouldn't rub.i still can't solve that issue.need extra info from u guys.
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If 8jj rims then you should just use 235/45 tires which is 4mm thinner and 1 cm narrower. You need to observe if the rub due to height of the tire or the width. Is your car lowered also?
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post May 18 2016, 05:59 PM

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QUOTE(leehernandez @ May 18 2016, 05:47 PM)
not lowered. rub bcz of the width.
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Then changing to smaller 235/45 tire might solve it.
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post May 19 2016, 02:12 PM

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QUOTE(leehernandez @ May 19 2016, 10:53 AM)
very hard to find tyre for that size.
need 245 for more stabilty as well.
i suppose need to find a suitable rim as my friends car using 245/45/19 have no issue at all.
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CSC5 & Yokohama Advan Sport V105 have that size but yeah it's a very rare size indeed and therefore probably very expensive too and may need to special order.
Maybe your rim offset is too outward, need bigger offsets like 40 but depends on which part that it rubs.
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post May 29 2016, 12:41 AM

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QUOTE(ultimate @ May 28 2016, 03:20 PM)
anyone know which offer the cheapest price for Michelin Tyre within Klang Valley? 16inch R55 215. Thx
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Maybe try OS Autocare.
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post Jun 14 2016, 11:10 PM

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QUOTE(alwyn75 @ Jun 12 2016, 10:10 AM)
Hi newbie here,
I am driving p. Alza 185/55R15 tyre and now i wish to change to michelin 195/55R15, is it advisable? Please recommend the tyre shop with good workmanship area Puchong, Klang, PJ or Subang.
Fyi, i drive to town most of the time and I'm not racing type of person, safety is my main concern.
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QUOTE(jayreekazin @ Jun 13 2016, 10:10 AM)
hi Alwyn, i am selling Michelin tyre 195/60R15.
I dropped you a PM if you are interested.
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195/55/15 still can as it's only 1cm (<2%) larger diameter but 195/60/15 is already way too big as it's 3cm (5%) larger.
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post Jun 22 2016, 12:07 AM

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QUOTE(minde @ May 9 2016, 03:12 PM)
May i know the price of the following model please.

Continental - CSC5 225/45 R17 91W SSR *

Any other substitutes?

I'm located in KL/Sunway/PJ area.
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Not sure about the price but other substitutes are:
Goodyear F1 A2
Michelin PS3
Hankook V12 Evo2
Bridgestone RE003
Pirelli P Zero

The Hankook seems to be the best value for money as of now, followed by the RE003.
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post Jun 29 2016, 11:04 PM

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QUOTE(ttzew @ Jun 29 2016, 10:09 PM)
Hi,

Is it ok to get Michelin ps3 at RM418 per tyre ? Any shop can get cheaper than this ?
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Depends on the size.
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post Sep 7 2016, 04:37 PM

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QUOTE(Megaboyz @ Aug 31 2016, 04:03 PM)
Hi I want to ask, which tyres size 195/50/15 are the best for high performance that has good grip in dry n water and if can comfort. (not using for track though)

I've heard of Michelin PS3, but is there other tyres better?

Please state the price and place as my rear tyre got bengkak already and it has past warranty for me to claim.

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Michelin PS3
Goodyear F1-D5
Bridgestone RE003
Hankook V12 Evo 2

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post Sep 19 2016, 04:38 PM

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QUOTE(kissmyass1996 @ Sep 14 2016, 06:15 PM)
Hi guys.. Newbie here..
Wanna ask anyone opinion of changing tyre.. What brand is good? All my friend suggest continental but wanted to ask you guys opinion also..
Size - 195/55/15 (stock waja rim)
As I like to layan corner quite sometime.. Otherwise anything also okay..
Damansara Utama people here ! Thanks and cheers wink.gif
Reasonable price or cheap shld be good.. Biasa lah tengah bulan ma
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QUOTE(leehernandez @ Sep 14 2016, 06:28 PM)
continental is more to quiet and comfort tyre.
if layan corner,choose better performance tyre like ps3,re003 feels good in performance.
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Continental also has excellent high performance tires which is their CSC3/5/6 line up, just not in smaller sizes (only 17' up).
For smaller sizes like that, yes use either Michelin PS3, Bridgestone RE003, Goodyear F1-D5, Hankook V12 Evo2, or maybe the new Yokohama Advan Fleva. From those selection, for good value for money (cheaper & cheerful) I think maybe the V12 Evo2 or RE003.
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post Sep 20 2016, 04:46 PM

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QUOTE(usop8290 @ Sep 20 2016, 09:53 AM)
agreed.. btw price for re003 and v12 is near or less than RM200. others like advan fleva around RM238 which is in the range of PS3 price. for 195/55/R15 size.
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Whoa the new Fleva is expensive huh? Must be still made in Japan, hope it lives up to the billing.
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post Sep 20 2016, 05:02 PM

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QUOTE(leehernandez @ Sep 20 2016, 04:50 PM)
checked the 17inch one,it is made in philippines  laugh.gif
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Oh then the price is really on the high side. But maybe it's a very good tire so we'll just have to wait and see for the reviews. Doesn't matter much actually where it's made, as long as it lives up to the price. Usually introductory price is lower but Yokohama must be quite confident with that.
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post Oct 11 2016, 12:36 PM

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QUOTE(zenix @ Oct 10 2016, 11:37 AM)
Hello there I'm using this thread to find the next set of tires for my 2009 Honda City, although I didn't plan to change the tires so soon I kinda balded certain parts of it during an e-brake when some idiot Wira just swing out to the fast lane at 90kmh while the traffic from the fast lane was going "quite fast" on the North South Highway.

I'll be upgrading from 175/60R15 stock size to 195/55R15 since this car will have to travel from Johor to KL on a bi-weekly basis. While it is mostly just running 10kms per day on the weekdays. Since it is a family loaner I'm not going to install my favorite T1R as the prices of this model has skyrocketed since my last purchased, so I'm left with the pile below of which I want the opinions of buyers/users.

My number 1 criteria is grip and price, between RM160ppc to RM230ppc.
Everything else like threadwear, comfort, noise, etc. doesn't matter.
progressiveness and good side walls are a plus.

I'm quite interested to know from buyers/users about the Neuton NT8000, GTR Champiro BAX2, Corsa 122, BS Turanza ER30 and Dunlop Formula D01.

Neuton NT8000 @ RM170
GT Radial Champiro BAX2 @ RM175
Corsa 122 @ RM175
BS Turanza ER30 @ RM183
Dunlop Formula D01 @ RM 185
Altenzo Sport Comforter @ RM190
Nexen N'blue HD @ RM200
Yokohama C-Drive 2 @ RM205
Yokohama A Drive @ RM210
Kumho Ecsta SPT KU31 @ RM210
Hankook Ventus V12 Evo @ RM210
Hankook Ventus V2 Concept @ RM220
Pirelli P6 @ RM220
Toyo Teo Plus (Made in Japan) @ RM 230

The models below are in a "junk pile" as they do not fit the criteria of performance although they're relatively cheap, the SAV7 was kind of disappointing as reading reviews of people comparing it to my favourite tire the Toyo T1R because they're both stated as performance orientated tires and around the same price range, but SAV7 doesn't have the performance to match TT1R at this price range. It would have been better if they just categorised it as a comfort tire like the CCC5 but I'm more inclined to believe from the reviews it is more like the GYNCT5. While GYAFM and SSM5 are automatically out since they're meant for long life span and low fuel consumption thus grip isn't it's strong point.

Silverstone Atlantis V7 @ RM220
Continental CC5 @ RM200
Goodyear Assurance Fuel Max @ RM225
Goodyear NCT5 @ RM195
Silverstone Synergy M5 @ RM130
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Since your main criteria is grip and price then the best choices are below:
Michelin PS3 (I think now can already get within your budget or very close to it).
Hankook V12 Evo 2 (now seems to be the best value for money in terms of performance coz it's the cheapest).
Bridgestone RE003 (may not last as long as the others though due to low tread wear rating)
Goodyear F1-D5 (very good tire, almost as good as the PS3, just a little less performance in aquaplaning and more noise)
May also consider the new Yokohama Advan Fleva which is replacing the old S.Drive.
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post Oct 11 2016, 01:48 PM

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QUOTE(zenix @ Oct 11 2016, 12:53 PM)
I've used RE003's, PS3's and T1R's I know what they're about and their price.
However, they've moved up to a higher price category.
So now I'm wondering are sub 200 donuts like V12E2 and Formula D05 just as good if considering just two criteria.

Because normally a tire is judged overall based on:
1. Grip Dry
2. Grip Wet
3. Threadwear
4. Progressiveness
5. Road feedback
6. Comfort
7. Price
8. Noise

Of course for a tire to tick all the boxes i'm looking at something which would be considered the benchmark tire for said category, and that would be expensive.
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You mean PS3 & RE003 now are above rm230/tire?? I thought at least PS3 price has dropped a lot now, at least can get below rm250. RE003 last time was below rm200, right?
If that's the case then the V12E2 should be a good choice for you.
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post Oct 11 2016, 02:53 PM

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QUOTE(zenix @ Oct 11 2016, 02:45 PM)
RE003/PS3/T1R to me are quite similar.
Price flux between 210-250 nowadays.
Which is why I'm opting to give them a skip for something sub 200  hmm.gif
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PS3 is more all rounder, RE003 a bit more towards dry performance, T1R is just not as good in any compared to those. Then below rm200 should be the V12E2 only which is comparable in the same high performance category as PS3/RE003. For GY F1-D5, not sure if can get below rm200 now. Others are lower performance level (more towards mid level/comfort tires).
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post Oct 26 2016, 04:58 PM

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QUOTE(Clueless07 @ Oct 26 2016, 11:26 AM)
Need some advice.
Currently running w Bridgestone Potenza 245/40R18 run flat
The  rear wear off,  so am to change the same one
Or should go for other brands like Pirelli

Does it make sense to have front n back different make?
Note- the size between front n back are different
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Try the new Michelin PS4. brows.gif
Ideally the same tires front & back but still ok using different brands as long as still similar performance class to try maintain the handling balance.
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post Oct 31 2016, 06:35 PM

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QUOTE(leehernandez @ Oct 31 2016, 03:34 PM)
u can try achiles sport 2,maxxis m35,continental cpc2,yokohama v701,toyo t1r etc
all available for ur size.not hard to find tyres.
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QUOTE(mgb @ Oct 31 2016, 04:23 PM)
thanks bro, which one would you recommend though?
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From the above, the new Yokohama V701 might be the best choice.
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post Nov 2 2016, 11:54 PM

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QUOTE(jesseblue @ Nov 2 2016, 08:21 PM)
What's the pro and cons of over and under inflating the tyres?
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Overinflating:
- more fuel efficient
- can wear the middle tread faster
- harsh/uncomfortable ride
- less grip in the dry
- sharper initial steering response
- better aquaplaning resistance
- more prone to bursting if hit by sharper object.

Underinflating:
- less fuel efficient
- comfortable ride
- can wear the side tread faster
- more grip in the dry
- mushy/delayed steering response
- more prone to aquaplaning.
- more risk of exploding if driven at high speeds.
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QUOTE(@skyhawk@ @ Nov 18 2016, 07:03 PM)
Hi all, need suggestion here..

since very hard to find 255/35 18 michelin ps4 at the moment, any recommendations for other brand that performance on par or better than ps4?
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Hmm rather difficult coz PS4 seems to be at the top now so others might be just slightly lesser performance. Try European made Continental CSC5 (not the locally made MC5 ya), it's also a great tire at the same high performance category tire. Or if you can still find the Michelin PSS which the PS4 supposedly replace, that is also a damn good tire. Then next are the latest Goodyear F1A3 and the latest version of the Pirelli P Zero.

Btw for what car is this?
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post Nov 19 2016, 05:29 PM

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QUOTE(@skyhawk@ @ Nov 19 2016, 04:03 PM)
thanks for the feedback and suggestions.. appreciate dat. for car w204..
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Here is some reference for you:
http://www.autoexpress.co.uk/accessories-t...-car-tyres-2016
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post Nov 22 2016, 01:30 AM

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QUOTE(@skyhawk@ @ Nov 19 2016, 04:03 PM)
thanks for the feedback and suggestions.. appreciate dat. for car w204..
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Ok why not use 255/40/18? Is it too big diameter?

QUOTE(sivanathan04 @ Nov 22 2016, 01:14 AM)
Hi I'm looking tyre for my car size 195/55/r15...currently using Michelin xm2 but in wet condition its not good any recommendations guys??....but currently im using 195/60/r15 size if I downgrade to 55 i have to sacrifice the comfort..the comfort differences between 60 and 55 is alot???
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Then get Michelin PS3, it has excellent aquaplaning resistance and good all rounder dry & wet grip, surely much better than XM2. Other good choices are the new Yokohama Advan Fleva, Hankook V12 Evo 2 (this should be the best value for money coz the cheapest in the class), Goodyear F1-D5, or Bridgestone RE003 (but this one will not last as long).
195/55 vs 195/60 is 1 cm difference sidewall height, so it's a noticeable difference in comfort. But if you use 195/60 size then cannot use high performance tires like the above and have to settle with lesser tires like that XM2, so I suggest you use 195/55/15.

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