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Now available on the website....

http://www.mickeythompsontires.com/strip.php?item=ETStreetR

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Jason Moulton
I tried the 325/50/15 ET Street R Radial on my ZL1 with Beadlocks.

The rollout was 3/4" different left to right.
I stretched one as much as I could to get them within 1/2".
Took 2 tries to get them balanced (Couldn't do it dynamically but got a static balance with 250+G on one tire and 30g on the other.
They bounced horribly at speed at any tire pressure and the 60 foot was inconsistent between 1.43-1.51.
I tried every pressure from 20-14 and ended up sticking with 15 psi and burned them down. (40 passes with huge burnouts)

Switched to the 315/60/15 Radial Pro and both were within 1/8th inch of rollout and took 35g and 45g to dynamically balance.
Car is smooth as glass at 130+ mph and has no more left to right pulling under power like the ET Street R's did.
Likes 18 psi and short burnouts.

I was not impressed with the ET Street R and would go with an S/S or the Radial Pro again.


Radial Pro 315/60/15

 

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Any chance of a 27x10.5x15 in an ET Street R Bias? Need something to compete with the Hoosiers that is a more street friendly for driving to the track and back!
 

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Date code on new Tires are from 2015. To Old?

New Pro Bracket Radial tires came in yesterday and the date code is 3515. (35th week of 2015)

I am not a big fan of taking ownership of these tires, what is to old for new tires? I bought these from BCI and waiting to hear feed back from Jason if I should run these or not.

What is the oldest date on a tire you will take when new?

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