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So I have tried searching and have not found it yet but wondering about getting 305 on my TH instead of stock tires. Also Pirelli scorpions came stock but debating replacing since they're shot. I've read Michelin sport, pirelli, and toyo 888. I have read others too but most commonly see these. What is everyone top pick out of these? Oh and some background; I want mine mostly street but be able to take it to track every now and then and be successful without changing stuff out. So if that helps. I won't be driving it in winter but don't want to die in rain weather during other seasons it'll be driven in. So help please fellow TH owners and others who know these tires, sizes, platform etc
 

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So I have tried searching and have not found it yet but wondering about getting 305 on my TH instead of stock tires. Also Pirelli scorpions came stock but debating replacing since they're shot. I've read Michelin sport, pirelli, and toyo 888. I have read others too but most commonly see these. What is everyone top pick out of these? Oh and some background; I want mine mostly street but be able to take it to track every now and then and be successful without changing stuff out. So if that helps. I won't be driving it in winter but don't want to die in rain weather during other seasons it'll be driven in. So help please fellow TH owners and others who know these tires, sizes, platform etc
I bought Michelin AS 3+ OEM size and have been very happy also have on my 300 SRT.
 
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Not an exact match but I've been running Continental SportContact 6 and am a big fan. Mine are 295/40 on 20s (3.8% different) but are very sticky and drive well (can get 305/30 but 6.7% difference). The biggest issue with them is they were out quick being 240 treadwear.
 

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Not an exact match but I've been running Continental SportContact 6 and am a big fan. Mine are 295/40 on 20s (3.8% different) but are very sticky and drive well (can get 305/30 but 6.7% difference). The biggest issue with them is they were out quick being 240 treadwear.
Fair enough. I mean any tire that is track more than street is going to do that but it is helpful knowledge.
 

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AS3s are what I have and we get heavy down pours and the tires do extremely well with very little hydroplaning... In cooler temps with those I can still pull a 3.2 0-60 on cement. Mine is a daily driver as well year round.
Damn that's nice. I got 3.4 for 0-60 on my pirelli scorpions on street. (Before they **** the bed)
 

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Just rub that in! I can't even get close to that 0-60 time. In fact, I'm a full second slower at my elevation. : (.
No I meant it with good intent!! :) Well how is your reaction time?! Also have you done it street or track? (Honestly I'll know what mine does better on after new tires) That is my best time, not every time. Last pull I did with my not so Great tires but still was 3.5 or 3.6 for 0 to 60. Oct 9th is my next test n tune day and I will definitely see how it does.
 

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I'm in UT. I actually did a pull early this morning on my way to work. now that it is getting a little colder I was at 4.1 (56 degrees). My tires are in excellent condition. I was in standard drive mode with no launch control so maybe I could get to sub 4's. : (
Keep trying. I just got my baby back with her new tires...ill try some pulls when I'm not carrying a or all the kiddos. Let ya know!!
 
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