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  1. Bradderz_1988

    Bradderz_1988 Dont replace it, Upgrade it !!

    Looking at possibly changing from continental sport contact 3's to goodyear eagle F1 assy 2's, now whatis the best load/speed rating to go for for the TQS ??

    Was looking at 91Y can get 4 of ebay for £350 delivered, the contis perform very good in the wet but there a little too loud for my liking and they seem to wear more on the inner edges and not really evenly.

    anyone recommend a decent tyre other than the goodyear or is that probably best bet ??
  2. Personally I would go with standard load and speed rating. Read up on reviews of tyres online, on the likes of Auto Express, Which?, etyres, tyretest.com, get a balanced view of the tyres.
    The tyres wearing on the inside could be down to tracking being out, I would get that and all the other suspension checked for anything worn out.
    Mine wear a bit on the outside, blame lies mainly with enthusiastic cornering lol
  3. Chriscooke

    Chriscooke Clueless!

    Good years are cheaper here if the offer still stands

    To finish the week we have some awesome specials on the Goodyear Eagle F1 ASYM2. Pretty much everyone loves this tyre

    205/45/16 83Y - £79 each inc postage
    205/45/17 88Y - £97 each inc postage
    215/45/17 91Y - £87 each inc postage
    225/45/17 91Y - £78 each inc postage
    225/45/17 94Y - £83 each inc postage
    235/45/17 97Y - £91 each inc postage
    255/40/17 94Y - £120 each inc postage
    215/45/18 93Y - £128 each inc postage
    225/45/18 95Y - £125 each inc postage
    235/40/18 95Y - £112 each inc postage
    245/40/18 97Y - £117 each inc postage
    255/35/18 94Y - £125 each inc postage
    225/35/19 88Y - £127 each inc postage
    235/35/19 91Y - £131 each inc postage
    245/35/19 93Y - £142 each inc postage
    255/30/19 91Y - £158 each inc postage
    255/35/19 96Y - £150 each inc postage
    265/30/19 93Y - £170 each inc postage

    More sizes available if required, just drop us a message
  4. Sulli79

    Sulli79 Active Member

    Mine wear on the inside edge, it tracks up ok but I'm going for a rear end refresh from all German as soon as funds allow.
  5. Bradderz_1988

    Bradderz_1988 Dont replace it, Upgrade it !!

    Good luck as they have removed it from there site might be able to get it over the phone though ive not tried i emailed not so long back regarding them and something else but last two times ive emailed i was ignored.

    Ive been looking at the powerflex black series kit from larkspeed, then just replaces upright bushes with oem as cant find polyones any where and get the track link rods and RS2 drop links. Will be more than the allgerman kit but alot more firmer on the rear end !!
  6. aragorn

    aragorn "Stick a V8 in it!" Staff Member Moderator VCDS Map User

    are all the bushes and arms new?

    Scrubbing inside edges is geometry related.

    I'd be buying either the Goodyears or Conti Sportcontact 5P's

    See my previous comments about going too stiff. Personally, i'd just refresh with OEM parts. You wouldnt buy a brand new RS4 and complain that its soggy would you?
  7. Bradderz_1988

    Bradderz_1988 Dont replace it, Upgrade it !!

    All front meyle hd arms are less than 2 years old. Rear bushes are shot so need doing then i might look at some F1 assy2's !!
  8. I have Goodyear Eagle F1 GS D3 fitted and its like driving on velcro. 225/50/16.

    Never had it get interesting which it use to regularly on Contis.
  9. aragorn

    aragorn "Stick a V8 in it!" Staff Member Moderator VCDS Map User

    Asym2's are quite a bit better than GSD3's too ;)

    Especially in the wet.
  10. slepy

    slepy Extremely smart and handsome person. VCDS Map User

    Agree. Had 18's on leon and now 19's on civic. Pretty genius tyre assy 2 is.
    Can be a bit scary in wet because you feel over confident on them.

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