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    hi Guyz whtz the diff between dunlop eco and dunlop sp sports tYres .... i reecently got dunlop eco installed for cuore whts the diff between both of them .. which ones are gOOD ?

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    @panther
    in my personal view, dunlop Sp sport 9000 has been designed a lil more towards being a racing breed, whereas C drive is a superb allrounder....so the choice is urs

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    I see only Yoko db on pak website. Hope C drive is not a smag one

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    Quote Originally Posted by Panther View Post
    So u are suggesting Dunlop Sp Sport 9000 and Yokohama C Drive are equvilent in performance and price. Will look for these as priority 1. meanwhile suggest other alternatives as well
    Well Sp Sport 9000 is more grippier and has excellent wet traction and cornering. The only downside is that is will not last as long as C drive and will handle slightly less beating compared to C drive.

    C drive would last longer and is quieter and more comfier compare to Sp Sport 9000.

    There are a couple of alternatives but as I said, they do not offer the same value for money.

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    Ok Mani and Waleed, I got my mind set on yokohama C drive. Thanks a lot for suggestion I am really greatful.

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    ECO sucks
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    Dunlop SP SPort is better than ECO

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    Quote Originally Posted by Panther View Post
    Ok Mani and Waleed, I got my mind set on yokohama C drive. Thanks a lot for suggestion I am really greatful.
    ma pleasure

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    Hi, Alhamdulilla, I have purchased Honda City 2004 recently with stock rims i.e R13.

    Which Rim & tire sizes you experienced people suggest for best best performance, which will not harm to suspension and put extra load on engine.

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by zawalayat View Post
    Hi, Alhamdulilla, I have purchased Honda City 2004 recently with stock rims i.e R13.

    Which Rim & tire sizes you experienced people suggest for best best performance, which will not harm to suspension and put extra load on engine.

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    first of all, congrats loads on ur purchase.....coming on straightaway to ur choice of rims and tyres, first of all i wud recommend u to stick with the standard rim i.e. 13"....if at all u wanna go for a bigger rim, make sure that ur gross diameter of the new tyre does not exceed 3% of ur stock size....so then u r gud to go.....here is a link to the tyre size calculator so...first decide for the rim size and then get back on to us....

    Tire size calculator

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    Quote Originally Posted by waleed80 View Post
    first of all, congrats loads on ur purchase.....coming on straightaway to ur choice of rims and tyres, first of all i wud recommend u to stick with the standard rim i.e. 13"....if at all u wanna go for a bigger rim, make sure that ur gross diameter of the new tyre does not exceed 3% of ur stock size....so then u r gud to go.....here is a link to the tyre size calculator so...first decide for the rim size and then get back on to us....

    Tire size calculator
    Best size for City 2003 to 2008 is 185/65 R14. This is what I adopted for My City 2006. I used 14 " steel rims of Civic EXi.

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    I am using Dunlop SP Sport LM 703.

    Tread wear 480
    Traction and Temp A
    Noiseless tyres you will hardly hear any tyre noise on highways.

    So far so good.
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    I have recently put Dunlop Eco (205/65/15) in my 2010 GLi. Must say they are a whole lot better than the stock Euro Star and the driving pleasure has certainly increased !

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    Quote Originally Posted by ahmadbila View Post
    ECO sucks
    ECO rocks.
    Seriously yaar ECO is softer, grippy and having more polyester so the drive is smooth than SP-Sport 490.
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    Quote Originally Posted by asad1 View Post
    Dunlop SP SPort is better than ECO
    How?
    ECO is softer so it wears out more quickly than 490 but it is having better grip than 490.
    One of the most difficult things in the world is to know how to do something, and to watch without comment, somebody else do it incorrectly.

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    Hello brothers, I have just got from dealer the Marangoni (Made in Italy) which were very hard and replaced with Bridestone B250 tyres 13" rim.

    My God, these too are very very hard tyre, car is jumping like tanga... yaar

    What to do, I am extermely messed with these tyres. I got replaced and now agains going and asking for another replace is difficult but no other option. This time I want final replace if he agree.. Please advice me, soft tyres......

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    hey waleed just needed a lil help!!!


    i have civic 1998 vti......i will b going for level 1 performance upgrades....intake, headers, piping, exhaust...plugs, plugs wire........

    considering the above plz suggest me abt the follwing
    1. original rim size is 14 inches....can i go 16" or 17" at max what size can i go??
    i am not willing less thn 16"

    2. plz suggest me tyres.....consider tht its no family car...its just a weekend car..!!!
    i want long term tyres atleast 40000km ...... i need good traction at high speeds means good handling..... if it can be a little comfortable tht wud be soney pe suhaga

    3. also suggest me up with tyre size.....original is 185......want wide tyres...!!


    tell me the price for yokohama advan, yokohama sdrive, dunlop sport9000 , dunlop sp sport maxx, pirelli (idont remember the model no.).....!!!!
    plz help me regardong prices!!!

    if u cant tel me at pak wheels thn kindly mail me at d3vils_ray@hotmail.com

    thnkx in adv!

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    tire life is not an issue to b looked upon!!! ignore tht!!!

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    I am using Dunlop eco from day one, for my cultus.

    Will say, a car lover with mind will go for it. Cause:-

    -Designed to give good economy
    -Soft as they should be.
    -Noiseless on our local crapy cars, like Suzuki, Toyota, Coure.

    Dunlop-Eco is softer and well priced than all the Dunlop series given in the market.
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    dunlop lemans series is superb

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    hi guys,

    do you know where these tires are manufactured?

    DUNLOP has no factory......they get it produced from different plants via contract manufacturing.

    do some google search to find dunlop factory..........


    have fun.

    tc.

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