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Currently running 245/40/19 front 275/35/19 rear, on standard 19" Rays.

Can anyone confirm if its ok to change to 245/35/19 front and 275/30/19 rear?

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Have a look on Willtheyfit.com

 

itll tell you how much your speedo will vary etc

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Any reason in particular you want to do this for? They'll give you a much harsher ride (I know no one buys a 370 for a comfortable ride anyway) and will be more prone to potholes killing them. You'll be looking at a roughly 4% difference in your speedo too. As for TCS I'm not sure how much of a variance in rolling rotation you can go until its starts throwing problems up for this.

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I'm guessing for a better selection of tyres to pick from.

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Car is on Birdgestone potenza RE050A's  all round at the moment and they are absolute rubbish in the wet! Fine on dry roads.

I need some tyres that are better in dry and wet conditions but the sizes seam to be difficult to get to keep them the same as OEM sizes.

Any help would be appreciated.

 

 

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050As are pretty decent in the wet, tbh. It’s the 040s that are dire. 

 

What other tyres are you looking at? But the answer is MPS4S. 

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As Ekona said, Michelin Pilot Sport 4 is the way to go. Best tyre I've ever tried. Yes you could ever Goodyear eagle gsd3 as it's cheaper but still not as good. Mps4 is worth the extra money.

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Actually I said MPS4S, not MPS4.

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Dan is right - he always is on tyres

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On 09/08/2018 at 23:48, ATTAK Z said:

Dan is right - he always is on tyres

 Starting to think he works for Michelin.. :ninja: :lol:

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