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    ok im looking for good kind of tires, eh mag canvas daw ako ng magandang tires anu ba ung brand na ok ang quality and price, mga indonesia daw ung maganda, im not sure... correct me on this...

    wornout na kasi ung tires ko.... PLs suggest.. thanks

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    I recommend GT Radial.

    Search ka pa marami ng thread dito ng gulong.

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    Maraming magagandang Tire sa ngayon . Para sa akin Michelin Tire or Dunlop. Gamit ko kasi sa aking sasakyan Michelin, Yon lang bili ko pa galing sa Abroad.

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    ok yung performance ng bridgestone MY-01. yan gamit ko sa pizza service car ko. 195/55/15. tahimik and makapit on both wet and dry. mga 3500 each ata kuha ko.

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    Si niky nabasa ko nung isang araw Advan ata gamit niya at mukhang masaya naman siya.

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    okey ang Michelin sir.

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    Advan Neovas cost me over 6k per piece in 16" size. They're noisy and a little heavy (drag). Only buy them if you want ultimate grip (they come stock on the Lotus Elise), otherwise, get a quieter tire.

    I've heard great things about the MY01. My cousin has a set. From driving it, it felt a lot like our old Bridgestone Potenza Grid IIs. Parang mid-priced, comfort-oriented sporty tires ng Bridgestone yung mga yun.

    If you're looking for good comfort tires, Bridgestone Turanza GR80s are great. Good grip, almost like a low-level sports tire, very smooth and very quiet. Not cheap, though.

    Using Michelin Energy on my small pickup. Quiet, very low rolling resistance (ergo, tipid sa gas), but a little more expensive than similar sized tires (like ER60, NCT, etcetera) and grip is just average.

    If you're on a limited budget, Gajah Tungcal Radials are good. The GT Champiro never gave me problems in three sets and over 100,000 kms of driving.

    Ang pagbalik ng comeback...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ssaloon View Post
    ok yung performance ng bridgestone MY-01. yan gamit ko sa pizza service car ko. 195/55/15. tahimik and makapit on both wet and dry. mga 3500 each ata kuha ko.
    BTW is my-01 available for size 195/55/15

    * ssaloon: ah i see, mas bagu ba yan kesa dun sa Potenza III..? sa looks ok ba yan? ung tires ko ngaun kumho ang ingay grabe... tska more than 4 years na ata un, nung boxtype na lancer pa un eh

    *niky: okay whats the difference between the two MY01 and Bridgestone Turanza GR80s.. almost like a low-level sports tire, teka anu ba ung low level dun sa normal.. noob sa tires hehe

    how bout the Bridgestone Potenza RE010 and the Bridgestone Potenza RE92, i hope available sa 15" ung MY-01

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    Yup... MY01 is available in that size.

    The GR80 is a "comfort" tire. The easiest way to tell between sporty / performance tires and comfort tires is the balloon test. If it looks like a balloon, it's a comfort tire.

    The MY01 is a "sporty" tire. It has great grip compared to the stock tires of most cars, but it isn't as "hardcore" as performance tires like the Bridgestone Potenza Grid III, Advan Neova, Goodyear Eagle F1 DS, Michelin Pilot Cup Sport, etcetera.

    Which is a good thing... full-on performance tires are usually noisy, with sticky rubber that wears out quickly.

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    looks like a balloon in what way? hehe ok il get the MY-01 195/55/15

    btw, what tires are indonesian made, if its from indonesia does it mean its better?

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