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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 19th July 2017, 18:15 Thread Starter
 
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Michelin vs Bridgestone vs Goodyear ???

I'll be looking for new tyres soon, ive just had Michelin Pilot sport 3 part worns on the front and Bridgestone Potenza's RE50OA on the back but ill be getting new matching tyres all round but i can't decide on what , the Michelin are really good a dunno if that's coming from Uniroyals hahah before that i had kumho which felt good aswell .

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If it's just for road use go for Michelin PS4's.
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I have used Goodyear asy 3 and Micheling PS4. Goodyear are too soft to the point that you can easily move your car with ** hands(lots of body roll) but they are good for comfort. Ps4 are better with body rolll but have harsher ride. My 2 cents on the story. Havent used bridgestone.
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I have re002's and they are far superior to eagle f1's for grip and feel. The eagles had too soft a sidewall and would easily understeer, the bridestone re002 cost the same when I bought them and the only downside is they have been known to wear faster.

Michelin would be my choice for best tyre though, it's just the price that made me choose the re002's over them.
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Bridgestone S001 best so far for me
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I used Bridgestone RE50A and Michelin PS3. Now on Michelin PSS. For normal use pretty similar, but Michelin's wear is a bit better.
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