What tyres are you going for when you have to replace them?.
Hi. That quote for the Bridgestones looks good. Where are you getting them fitted?I have the same dilemma with my original Dunlops down to virtually nothing after 3 track days - total mileage 4250 miles.
I have been quoted £1784 incl VAT & fitting for Dunlops and £1296 for Bridgestones.
Apparently Bridgestones will last longer but have less grip (saving nearly £500)
What do you think?
Yeah you are absolutely right John,They do still leave you no options when they do an impression of a speedboat in standing water though, you're just a passenger. I'll go for the Bridgestones next I think.
What does that mean?. Are you buying nearly 400 tyres?.After speaking to Graham at CAT on Saturday for me there is only 1 choice - Dunlops.
The time and effort put into these tyres makes them the Number 1 choice for me.
I have a mate in the Tyre business and he just managed to get me a quote today for 395 rears and 195 fronts in the Dunlops!
Hopefully he will be able to sort other members out as well, if and when you need tyres drop me a PM.
So do the bridgestones......im sure youll not nothice the difference(i had the dunlops on my GTR till 2000km,driven hard in corners....i had the bridestones on my car after 2000km as i swapped my wheels to Gram lights R57´s....no difference tbh.....)Agree they are amazing in the dry, pulling 1g easily in any direction.