WOT Junkie and avid corn burner
Join Date: Jul 2008
Location: Virginia Beach, VA
Originally Posted by theterminator93
The difference in handling and grip between even the 215/70 version of the Indy 500s and the cheap (read, mismatched budget) tires that used to be on the car was pretty astounding. Imagine taking a normal 90 degree stoplight intersection turn at 20 MPH; the old tires would squeal like nobody's business. Indy 500s? Take it at 25, not a chirp. They're priced well too.
+1 I'm having these in 235/70/15 mounted on my car as I am typing this. At $395 mounted balanced + taxes, I can't complain. I am having the shop save my front BFG g-Force sports for when I go to the track since they still have about 3- 4/32" left on them.
Michael M. ASE P2 Automobile Parts Specialist.
1996 Thunderbird LX. Gone, but not forgotten Oct 1995-March 24 2016 Trick Flow headded, E85 guzzling beast.
1985 Mustang GT. modified stock Holley 4180C, Weiand Street Warrior intake manifold, equal length headers, true dual exhaust, 5 speed, 3.55:1 8.8'' rear end, Ford Racing 10.5" clutch.
1998 Mustang GT premium. Trans Go shift kit, Bassani catted x-pipe, PI heads, cams, intake swap, Accufab elbow, SCT Xcal 4 tune, Eibach Pro-kit, Maximum Motorsports Caster/camber plates, fat tires. Banging audio system.