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posted November 25, 1999 09:17 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for reddash   Click Here to Email reddash     Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
Has anyone bought the Dunlop W-10's and how do they like them? I'm considering those agaist Bridgestone Potenza RE910's. They are basically the same price, but the differ in speed rating, treadwear rating and compound. Any feedback on either tire would be appreciated; ie. handing dry/wet, wear, cornering, etc. Thanks, douvlos@aol.com

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posted December 04, 1999 05:18 AM           Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
You are comparing two completely different tires. One is (RE910) Touring Performance tire and the other (W10) is a Sport Performance tire. Both are very good tires but for different reasons and with very different characteristics. The RE910 is a 60K tire that will provide a reasonable level of performance handling while maintaining good ride quality. Safe, comfortable wet traction and a reasonably quiet ride. Say for a Bonniville or Volvo or Honda as a generic example. The W10 is designed with Performance handling at the top of the list. It is also a very good wet traction tire, reasonably quiet riding tire with mileage expectations at about 1/2 of the RE910 depending on driving habbits. Say for a RX7 or Integra R or other sports type vehicle.
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