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    KA240SX808
    "That Hawaiian Kid..."

  • KA240SX808
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    lol

    Well what I was trying to get at is that your prior post was in Spanish and would greatly help if it was translated lol

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  • pash
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  • pash
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    Originally posted by KA240SX808 View Post
    No hable espaƱol
    is the easy way for me

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  • KA240SX808
    "That Hawaiian Kid..."

  • KA240SX808
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    No hable español

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  • pash
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  • pash
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    que bien pues 245s no las utilizaria la verdad pero las 255 es probable pero pues tambien quiero meterle unas 255 o 265 para que se vea mas lindo

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  • jr_ss
    Senior Member

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    245's should be sufficient. Especially if you're going with a stickier tire than normal.

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  • KA240SX808
    "That Hawaiian Kid..."

  • KA240SX808
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    255's should be more then enough to hold 220whp IMO

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  • pash
    Senior Member

  • pash
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    Originally posted by KA240SX808 View Post
    XS's are Kumho's and you did say you could find those there right?
    yes i can find
    but what size will be good for my car ? ka24de-t 220whp

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  • KA240SX808
    "That Hawaiian Kid..."

  • KA240SX808
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    XS's are Kumho's and you did say you could find those there right?

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  • pash
    Senior Member

  • pash
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    Originally posted by Cory View Post
    I'd go XS.

    You can't order tires online?
    i cant
    shipping to mexico for 1 tire is about 140dlls each one

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  • Cory
    Senior Member

  • Cory
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    I'd go XS.

    You can't order tires online?

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  • pash
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  • pash
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    Originally posted by Def View Post
    Nitto nt05 or kumho xs out of those choices of brands. Rs2s are old at this point.
    I see nitto nt05 vs invo vs neogen
    i like to know if is a lot off diferences in durabillity and grip? becose the price it is between each model

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  • Def
    Budget Baller to the Max

  • Def
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    Nitto nt05 or kumho xs out of those choices of brands. Rs2s are old at this point.

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  • pash
    Senior Member

  • pash
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    Originally posted by KA240SX808 View Post
    RS2's will out handle the Neogen's anyday

    I would look at the Dunlop Z1 star specs, those things grip like a dream and are very good for the price...
    yes but i cant find that model in my city i live in mexico i can find toyo, nitto, hankook, kuhmo
    BFgoodrich, bridgestone, pirelli, goodyear are very xpensive

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  • KA240SX808
    "That Hawaiian Kid..."

  • KA240SX808
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    RS2's will out handle the Neogen's anyday

    I would look at the Dunlop Z1 star specs, those things grip like a dream and are very good for the price...

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  • pash
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  • pash
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    nitto neogen o ventus rs2?
    bump

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