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I just purchased a set of Toyo Proxes 4 from camskill at a very reasonable price. But they seem to be some very mixed reviews on the net about them. Has anyone else got or had a set and can let me know what they are like??
 

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I had a set on a 406 coupe I thought they where very good with plent of grip even in the rain :cool:
 

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I ran these on a Seat Leon FR 2.0TFSI that was running around 240bhp remapped. They actaully ruined the car for me. In the dry they were average and in the wet I considered them to be dangerous. Seriously, even a knackered old Micra would have been able to get round a corner or off the line better.

I ran the recommended tyre pressures and had the wheels laser aligned with Hunter equipment and they were still terrible.
 

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I've just put 4 new proxes T1R's on. These are different to the proxes 4.

Only done about 5-600 miles on them. Due to weather not really pushed them, definately quiter than the RE050As I had before but cant say I've noticed a difference in grip which is a worry since the RE050As were just legal.

Will post up more info once they have bedded in and temperature improves.
 

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I've just put 4 new proxes T1R's on. These are different to the proxes 4.

Only done about 5-600 miles on them. Due to weather not really pushed them, definately quiter than the RE050As I had before but cant say I've noticed a difference in grip which is a worry since the RE050As were just legal.

Will post up more info once they have bedded in and temperature improves.
The T1R is a world apart from the PX4!
 
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