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    Dear all,

    My tires are worn out and due to change.. just to find out more on what size and brand are you guys using and feed back on performance :cowboy:

    I am currently using Yokohama S-Drive 215/40/17 which the previous owner fitted.

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    hello,
    i'm using hankook V12 evo on my mazda. its comfortable and grip is good!
    the best part of this tyre is that it is value for money

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    Whats the size your are using ? and where did you get it ? and price ?

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    size is 205/55R16 got it at $144 per piece.
    perhelps for your size you're looking at could fall at just under $200 per piece.

    theres only 1 place you can get hankook tyres at. thats SHH tyres. i went to the one at woodlands. behind the new SSDC driving centre

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    hmm..does anyone here..can recommend a tyre with hard sidewalls?

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    ok thanks bro.. i will check out SHH cheers.

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    Use this.. PS3 (http://www.michelin.com.sg/tyre/patt...ar/pilotsport3)

    205/50/16 - around $200 per pcs.

    Review.. V.Good in wet & dry

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    thanks bros... after reading some review and test report........ i think the hankook quote convincing.

    going for them ...

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    Do know what your impressions are when you gotten them! So far grip is good from the V12. My previous tyres were continental sport contacts

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    Quote Originally Posted by MZSport View Post
    Use this.. PS3 (http://www.michelin.com.sg/tyre/patt...ar/pilotsport3)

    205/50/16 - around $200 per pcs.

    Review.. V.Good in wet & dry
    PS3 sidewall stiff enough for predictable handling anot? Compared to RE001 and Toyo Proxes T1R?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nikolaiski View Post
    PS3 sidewall stiff enough for predictable handling anot? Compared to RE001 and Toyo Proxes T1R?
    Better then RE001. T1R cant come close to RE001 bro..

    PS3 somehow between RE001 & RE11 preformance

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    wah all so rich ppl. me can afford frederal nia.
    From Song to Slow
    From slow to relax
    Now LKK ride

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    bro your federal evo 595 is good leh..... i try to get and ask around for more than a month liao all no stock.............zzzz worse is no shipment.... tire price going up in August and no pple order somemore wierd..............

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    btw went to change liao at Hankook Woodlands... just to share 215/17/40 is for 175 per piece.

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    hmm....that's a good price! i might try them for my next tire change..are you still confident going 100 km/h down the expressway in the rain? (can still feel the steering?)

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    Quote Originally Posted by MozyX View Post
    btw went to change liao at Hankook Woodlands... just to share 215/17/40 is for 175 per piece.
    that is for V12 evo right?
    Cheers

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    Yes V12 Evo... ITS Good...........Trust me guys... driven for more then 200km liao... and can feel the grip is good. Traction AA Temperate A ZR rating UHP tire i think the price is value for money. today raining cruising now the bend at KJE 100~110 km/h feels the grip is good in wet weather too.

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