Wow!! That is silly expensive. I was considering a set of these on my second set of alloys later in the year, but may just stick to the R888's now.i can't remember the exact price cam6 phoned up to get a quote for then and told me the price i nearly fell to the floor iirc it was over £220 a corner
235/245 off the top of my head i'll ask him when i see him he may even post thats what he's doing now sticking to the 888'sWow!! That is silly expensive. I was considering a set of these on my second set of alloys later in the year, but may just stick to the R888's now.
What size was that price for? Presume it was a common Evo size (like 235/40/18) and not mega wide tyres, like 265 or something?
What tyres were you using before ??i have had them on now for 2 weeks now so they are just nicely scrubbed in. Been out today in the wet and they seem ok. i have dropped the pressures down on the front from 32psi to 28psi and rears to 26psi. the road noise is fair but once you get used to it itdoes not bother you. I paid £177 delivered from camskill,but i think it was an introductery offer. as for grip levels i am trying to but have not found their limit as i chicken out first. my main concern will i think be the wear factor as they are very soft but you can not have it all ways
They do have them under trackday tyres but you have to email for a priceCamskill advertise T1R but no R1R any idea if they can supply R1R?
:smthumbupThey do have them under trackday tyres but you have to email for a price
They are priced at about £10 cheaper than R888 in similar size in the MLR GB tyre page and for a 235/17 its about £190
There is free delivery from what i read on this group buy providing they are in stock otherwise about £22 for 4 delivered.