Goodyear eagle F1 supersports

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  • #141582

    adams901
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    Has anyone tried these yet?

    Theres a video reviewing these against the assymetric 5s, and a  couple of people on Facebook rate them higher than the cup 4s

    My front 2 tyres are down to 3mm and one has a bulge from hitting a pothole at speed. So am thinking of replacing all 4.

    Cheers

     



    Mountune recirc valve- Mountune roll restrictor – Mountune SSC – Mountune PTU Brace – Mishimoto induction kit – MSD 400 running at 395bhp – 420lb/ft (according to devil devopments Dyno)

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    #141585

    DaveRS3
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    Good question. Really rated Eagles back in the day.

    #141629

    alloy
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    I had a couple of sets of Goodyear eagle back in 2003-2004 on a Peugeot 206 2.0L GTI which were great tires but i’d wear them down fast.

    But these are the tires i will be trying when i renew for the RS.

    #141642

    adams901
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    UK - England

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    I’m really torn, so many people rate the ps4s and Michelin are doing £100 cash  the back at the garage i am going to.

    I used to used F1 assy 3 on my old mps and didn’t really have any complaints.

    Don’t really rate the Michelin super sports, they don’t seem consistent with their grip coming off roundabouts, but that’s probally because the tread is down to 3mm



    Mountune recirc valve- Mountune roll restrictor – Mountune SSC – Mountune PTU Brace – Mishimoto induction kit – MSD 400 running at 395bhp – 420lb/ft (according to devil devopments Dyno)

    #141655

    p-laver
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    Australia

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    I had couple of Good Year Supersports F1’s fitted just just over 7K kms ago, I’ve never suffered VS but tram-lining was a joke with the Michelin Cup tyres

    I still don’t have VS and NO tram-lining, road holding, ride and noise I think is better but then each one is very subjective.

    I personally won’t use or recommend Michelin’s because I had to replace 2 Cup Tyre’s due to the side wall popping with no side wall or wheel damage!!!

    At over $500 AUD each for the Mitchelin’s they can get stuffed.



    RS order 1st May with Forged option wheels
    Colour Nitrous Blue
    Build date 23rd May 2017
    Shipping Date 22nd June
    ETA Port of Melbourne 31st July 2017…… It’s late!!!! Unloaded on the 10th August

    Delivered to Dealer on 23rd August

    Picked up from Dealer 26th September

    Build Number 24227

    #141724

    Mok1st
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    Denmark

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    I too have the F1 supersports.

    I can only recommend this tyre. From my point of view it’s amazing. The grip is great in both dry and in the wet.

    I’ve even tracked the car with these tires and i could Just about hang on to a tuned track focused lotus elise with toyo proxes 888R tires.
    my brakes gave up well before the tires did. (Next mod = brakes)

    #141730

    elliot
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    Got 5mm on the Michelin’s at the moment (2nd set) and are going for a change next time round. Goodyear would be my choice



    FPM 375 & DS 2+ iMap

    DSC  Controller

    Tractive Suspension

    Mountune V3 Cat Back

    Mishimoto Intercooler

     

    #141754

    rs-jon
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    UK - England

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    Whats the rim protection like on the F1 Supersports?  I cant fault anything with the pair of PS4s I just had fitted to the rear but I need 2 new fronts now!

    #141755

    rs-jon
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    UK - England

    Posts: 590

    Just to add – the Goodyear are on offer right now at Costco – £129.39 each fitted with £50 off when you buy two so essentially £104.39 (£208.78) for a pair fitted!

    #141756

    v8griff
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    UK - England

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    I’ve just had a pair of Continental sport contacts 6 fitted, very please with them. No tram lining or VS noticed so far. £136/fitted each.

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