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    New tyres

    Hi All I am after 4 new tyres for my Nismo 2015 - I have searched high and low and read so many reviews I've lost my mind, I want some that are solid for general use, I dont hammer it frequently but nice to have the option. ideally want to spend around £700, anyone got some recently/ any help gratefully received.
  2. yes apparently so, its a mk2
  3. The wheels are 2 different colours (it's the white 370z Nismo) They said because they have to be diamond cut it was expensive.
  4. Hi everyone. I have 3 kerbed alloys, just had a quote for £140 per wheel as they are diamond cut, does this sound about right? Cheers J
  5. I have finally had the MPSS's fitted and wow. It feels like a new car, the grip difference is huge, never again will I make the mistake of budgets. Very much appreciate everyones help. I have fallen back in love with my 350z
  6. Thanks - I'm going to bite the bullet and get the Pilot super sports. Stretching the budget quite a bit but I don't want to get stung again. £871 on Black circles on the finance package. Tax is due this month too The price you pay for having a nice car haha - Now to get a bumper resray after skidding into someone and a long overdue alloy wheel refurb.
  7. Thanks for the replies. It is more grip than anything tbh. I was looking at the Pirelli P Zero or continental sport contact 5 as I thought spending more would be better than the 453's but if they do similar job then the saving would be great. Do you think I would see a big difference from cheap budgets to 453's?
  8. Hi All I made the terrible mistake of putting budget tyres on my 350z - The grip is rubbish in the rain and I never feel confident when braking, Now I am looking to replace them and I have a budget of 600-800 I have read a lot of reviews on here and I am still lost. I don't understand why an A rated wet grip tyre by one manufacturer is so much cheaper than say a C from another i.e Pirelli and Continental. What is it that you are paying for? I made a mistake once and will be binning 4 tyres after only 6 months, I don't want to **** it up again, any help would be great. J

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