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    Hi,

    Just wanted to ask the pros here if anyone tried both tires on 19s?
    Im looking for the best 245/45/19, im just not sure if PS4 has that spec

    Thanks!!


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    Pilot Sport 4 > Primacy 4 definitely. More grip (both wet and dry), same longevity as an ordinary tire, quiet on the road.

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    Just found out today ps4 doesnt have spec for 245/45/19, but im still leaning towards UHP tires, im not open to other brands


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    Quote Originally Posted by AltisAndMZ3FAN View Post
    Just found out today ps4 doesnt have spec for 245/45/19, but im still leaning towards UHP tires, im not open to other brands


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    Typically kasi 245/35R19 yung common tire size. It's the one that matches the circumference 235/40R18 and 225/45R17 which are the common tire sizes.

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    Yes bro, anyway too bad just inquired to all reputable shops, got feedback na michelin will be refilling stocks of those tire size 2-3months pa. So im searching other brands.

    What about falken azenis? They offer UHP for 245/45 size. And also yokohama rv02. Same price range 11-12k ea


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    Quote Originally Posted by AltisAndMZ3FAN View Post
    Yes bro, anyway too bad just inquired to all reputable shops, got feedback na michelin will be refilling stocks of those tire size 2-3months pa. So im searching other brands.

    What about falken azenis? They offer UHP for 245/45 size. And also yokohama rv02. Same price range 11-12k ea


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    Goodyear F1 Asymmetric 5 and Falken Azenis FK510.

    Yan yung mga comparable to the PS4 in terms of performance, comfort, longevity, and price.

    Yokohama RV02 not even in the same league. Entry level tire lang yan.

    What car are you putting it on pala?

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    Putting it on FXT bro, wanted to have UHP naman because in the past i always used Touring.


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    Quote Originally Posted by AltisAndMZ3FAN View Post
    Putting it on FXT bro, wanted to have UHP naman because in the past i always used Touring.


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    I wonít put such tires on my FXT as it is supposed to be a performance-oriented all-purpose CUV. I guess maybe on a performance sedan or coupe, UHP tires would be welcome. Besides, despite the performance of the FXT, it helps if your tires can take on much harsher surfaces like mud, gravel, or unpaved roads.

    I use Bridgestone Duel HP Sport now which is better in terms of grip compared to the stock Dueler HL 400. Since itís your car and youíre running on 19s, it is used most of the time on paved surfaces, youíre free to use UHPs on an FXT.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Egan101 View Post
    I wonít put such tires on my FXT as it is supposed to be a performance-oriented all-purpose CUV. I guess maybe on a performance sedan or coupe, UHP tires would be welcome. Besides, despite the performance of the FXT, it helps if your tires can take on much harsher surfaces like mud, gravel, or unpaved roads.

    I use Bridgestone Duel HP Sport now which is better in terms of grip compared to the stock Dueler HL 400. Since itís your car and youíre running on 19s, it is used most of the time on paved surfaces, youíre free to use UHPs on an FXT.


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    Thanks for the feedback boss, may i know what mags youíre using with FXT? Main reason i wanted UHP becaust i just upgraded to light weight mags, and i think i dont have to shorten my budget on tires so im going all out.


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    Quote Originally Posted by AltisAndMZ3FAN View Post
    Thanks for the feedback boss, may i know what mags youíre using with FXT? Main reason i wanted UHP becaust i just upgraded to light weight mags, and i think i dont have to shorten my budget on tires so im going all out.


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    There's a Pilot Sport 4 SUV. Just order it custom from a tire distributor since they don't usually carry stocks of that.

    MICHELIN Pilot Sport 4 SUV Tires | Michelin Tires Philippines

    No point getting a passenger-car Pilot Sport 4 for your FXT. You'll never reach the limit of grip anywhere outside of a track. PS4 SUV also has higher load rating and longer wear.

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