Topic:Any info on Bridgestone Potenza RE950 tires
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FPCDoes anyone have any info or use the Potenza RE950?
JTJI bought a set of 205/65-15s 3 weeks ago for my 2001 V-6 Honda Accord LX. After 1,000 miles I would say that they are a good tire: they corner well, handle wet roads well and generally mate well with the Accord's suspension. The one problem I have with them is that they are too noisy, with a whiny pitch that varies in frequency with speed. Because of the noise, I would not buy them again.
baddawwgRemember Bridgestone has a 30 day test drive policy. Also remember that these are high performance all-season's and the higher level of grip may make them slightly noisier than OEM tires.
connorI just had a set put on a 1999 GTP. I don't hear the whine that the other post was talking about. These tires are quieter than the stock RS-A's. The ride is slightly firmer, but tar strips etc don't thump near as loudly. Steering slightly heavier, but I would expect that from a grippier tire.

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