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  1. lfish
    04-14-2014 11:06 PM
    Brian, Thanks for getting back to me. Your information was very helpful. I am leaning towards the Nittos on a set of dedicated track wheels. Please let me know when you have them available.
    Larry
  2. 4forme
    04-14-2014 12:37 AM
    Larry - sorry for delay, I didn't notice the profile message. If you're driving to the track, don't buy Hoosiers. While they are DOT approved, you dont want to be using these on the street and chancing a puncture. These tires are light and don't have the same resistant to debris puncture as a normal street tire. Get rid of the EVO's though. Terrible track tire. Hard as a brick. If you street the car with your track tires, stick to either a Michellin SS or Yoko Ad008. Great compromise tire. If you have a set of dedicated track wheels, try the NT01. Better than SS or AD008 on the track, but no where near Hoosiers but last about 2x as Hoosiers on the track. We'll be selling the NT01 soon, but don't have them in stock yet nor setup on our website (www.hoosierdirect.com).
    Thanks,
    Brian
  3. lfish
    04-09-2014 11:27 AM
    Hi,
    I drive to Mid-Ohio 2-3 times a year for DE. No trailer so track tires have to be "streetable". My car is a 2004 GT3, entirely stock, currently on Hankook EVO summer tires. Do you think the R6 tires would be a good choice given this situation, or would I be better off with Nitto? I am an intermediate group driver, looking to improve. Thanks for any advice, and your price on the Hoosiers in stock sizes. I live in OH for calculating shipping. Do you sell any other suitable track/R compound tires?
    Thanks!
    Larry Fish

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