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Mickey Thompson ET Street Radials

I'm considering buying a pair of the MT ET Street Radials to use at the dragstrip.

Is anybody running them? How do you like them? How would you rate them relative to other drag radial tires?

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I ran a set of 255/50/16 MT ET DR's all last season. They hooked very well, and had surprisingly good street manners. Overall, they were a very good buy in my opinion.

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There's a pair on ebay right now in 255-50-16. They have a cosmetic blemish on them, but are pretty cheap... might be a good deal.

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I'm running MT DR P275-50/15s and I've pulled a 1.77 60' on them. They seem to be a very strong tire at the track.

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Guys,

Just to clarify, are you talking about the ET Streets (non-radial construction) or the ET Street Radials? I'm thinking of getting the Radials.

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Guys,

Just to clarify, are you talking about the ET Streets (non-radial construction) or the ET Street Radials? I'm thinking of getting the Radials.
Mickey Thompson ET Street Radial is the product I have. Here it is: http://www.mickeythompsontires.com/s...ETStreetRadial


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MaddMartigan,

Yep, that is the exact tire I'm considering, although I was going to go with the 275/40-17 size. What gear ratio and differential type are you running?

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Yep, that is the exact tire I'm considering, although I was going to go with the 275/40-17 size. What gear ratio and differential type are you running?
It's all in my signature but here is a summary:

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-although I turned in the 1.77 60' with 3.55 gears
I'm also running an AOD but with a 4R70W gear set.

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My brother had BFG's, then he got the Mickeys.....there is no comparison, the Mickeys, hands down are a better gripping tire.

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Just to clarify, are you talking about the ET Streets (non-radial construction) or the ET Street Radials? I'm thinking of getting the Radials.
Yep, I'm talking about the radials. I'll probably switch over to the ET Streets (bias ply slicks) this season, it just depends on how things go.

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Yep, I'm talking about the radials. I'll probably switch over to the ET Streets (bias ply slicks) this season, it just depends on how things go.

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yep about to order me some 26x8.5x15 slicks..

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The ET Streets and ET Street Radials are both D.O.T. legal. ET Drags are not D.O.T. legal.

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What would 27X10.5-16 and read?

And can you run motorcycle tires on front skinnys?

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Bad idea. Motorcycle tires can't handle the weight of our cars. I'm using a pair of 165R15 auto tires mounted on a pair of aluminum SC spares as the front skinnies.

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I went to MT.com and all the sizes read as I listed

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Josh, that's the size of the tire in inches. If you're asking what that would be in metric, it would be approximately 265/50/16 (rounded to the nearest 10mm).

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The ET Streets and ET Street Radials are both D.O.T. legal. ET Drags are not D.O.T. legal.

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Back from the dead: Whats the difference between ET streets, and ET street radial?

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Back from the dead: Whats the difference between ET streets, and ET street radial?

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ET Streets are Bias ply slicks with a bit of tread on them. They are D.O.T. approved but not street legal.

ET Street Radials are a Radial drag tire. They are D.O.T. approved and are street legal.

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Both are "street legal" aka DOT legal. The ET Streets don't really have any tread, just a few very small grooves to make them street/DOT legal. They are technically allowed on the street, but they aren't too wonderful to drive around on. The ET Street Radial on the other hand behaves nicely on the street/highway in dry weather, though the tread wears away quickly. Both tires are downright scary in the rain.

Here are pictures of the tread surfaces.

ET Streets:



ET Street Radials:



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Which are not street/DOT legal.

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Which are not street/DOT legal.

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I am pretty sure that traffic laws state that a tire must have 2/32's of tread to be street legal. I know they do here in Canada. I have a set of 26-11.5-17 ET Street for my Mustang, they do not and never have had 2/32's of tread. Both of my 255/50/16 ET Street Radial have 2/32's of tread, one set barely.

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I haven't heard that one before. From what I can see on both the MODOT (Missouri Dept. of Transportation) and Missouri Dept. of Revenue websites, they don't make that stipulation. Either way, the little "rain grooves" in the E.T. Streets start out at approximately 7/32" when new IIRC.

I don't really count this as evidence, but Summit seems to claim that they are street legal: ET Streets

If they aren't legal, there are a lot of racers out here that aren't being bothered about it.

Sounds like a gray area to me.

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Those street slicks look fairly worn, I think you should buy a new pair and sell me you're old one's for a killer deal!

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Hey racecougar,

Those street slicks look fairly worn, I think you should buy a new pair and sell me you're old one's for a killer deal!
You should have come to the SC/XR7 Shootout last year. I sold the ET Street Radials there.

And those ET Streets only have 7 passes on them. I think they have a little more life left.

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I'm just bustin on ya, I've been trying to barrow a set ( Or buy cheep)to go to the test and tune on March 1'st with no luck.


I don't want (or have) to spend $370.00 to find out my car is a slug and be to embarrassed to go back.


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