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Bridgestone Potenza RE-71R
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Best Extreme Performance Summer Tires for our Mustangs?

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Old 09-05-2015, 04:42 PM
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Question Best Extreme Performance Summer Tires for our Mustangs?

On my stock Brembo wheels 19x9. I upgraded from the stock junk Pirellis 255/40R19, to:

1st. steep. I upgraded to 275/40R19 Michelin Pilot Super Sport only at the rear, car felt great with this upgrade.
2nd. steep. F&R 275/40R19 Michelin Super Sport, Great handling! But increased a bit the grove follow on the road, the car still is able to be under control, just you need to be aware of this.

Now I want to experience Extreme Performance Summer Tires probably they will only be available in 275/35R19's. Which do you recommend based on your experience for DD and some track (curves) work?
-Bridgestone Potenza RE-71R
-Dunlop Direzza Zll
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