Forum:Tires
Topic:Orange tires
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FentonI heard that these new orange colored tires made in Israel are up 300% better over all then any current tire out there. The orange rubber grips much better lasts twice as long. Anyone have personal experience with them?
HansenI have a set of these tires. Very expensive, about $300 per tire for 225/45 ZR17 But they last much much longer than regular tires and the grip is unbelievable! When it rains there is absolutely no difference in traction. The "orange" rubber allows these tires to handle speeds over 400km/h. They don't sell so much because people don't like the color of the tires but now they are coming out with tires that are very dark red, almost black looking using a dye that does not affect the performance of the compound.
scribbyWho makes these Orange tires? Are they available in Canada?

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Originally posted by Hansen:
I have a set of these tires. Very expensive, about $300 per tire for 225/45 ZR17 But they last much much longer than regular tires and the grip is unbelievable! When it rains there is absolutely no difference in traction. The "orange" rubber allows these tires to handle speeds over 400km/h. They don't sell so much because people don't like the color of the tires but now they are coming out with tires that are very dark red, almost black looking using a dye that does not affect the performance of the compound.

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