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Old 03-13-2018, 02:27 AM
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10% off this week making an all in fitted price of just £275 mines booked already ;-) That'll be Blackcircles btw. Using 2YK10
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Getting mine £s better than that hiked price.
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Old 03-13-2018, 09:05 AM
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How much are you paying?
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£512 fitted Norwich area
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£275 + £204 = £479 Just saying....
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Front prices seem slightly adrift there (£114ea) - mine came to £505 all-in.

BTW - thanks for the tip!

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Mine 225/45 & 255/40 17s though
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Front prices seem slightly adrift there (£114ea) - mine came to £505 all-in.

BTW - thanks for the tip!
No worries, the discount is still running it would appear, I know plenty of folk want a tyre that's good in the rain but it was of no importance to me owning a 2000, I simply drive at a slower speed but come the dry summer time I'm away ;-) and what a fantastic tyre for it indeed, hats off to Yokohama.
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No worries, the discount is still running it would appear, I know plenty of folk want a tyre that's good in the rain but it was of no importance to me owning a 2000, I simply drive at a slower speed but come the dry summer time I'm away ;-) and what a fantastic tyre for it indeed, hats off to Yokohama.
It might require caution on standing water, but I'm actually surprised how very well they perform on the NSX in the wet. And they slide very progressively.

Like S-02s, they have no grip when stone cold.

My cunning plan means I now have identical tyres on both cars. Except they're 16" at the front of the NSX!
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Here's my take, the Potty S001 were bloody terrible until I'd done some serious running in mileage, it didn't feel like they had stiff walls alas it was the tread squirming under load. The AD08r on the other hand feels 'tight' right away, none of that extra sway that felt totally wrong. Its nice to finally have matching tyres front & rear ;-)
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