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    #11
    These are budget tires. I've read more bad reviews than good. I'd stay away.

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    #12
    hows roadnoise sa nankang ns2? anybody knows? thanks

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    #13
    Quote Originally Posted by heyjake17 View Post
    hows roadnoise sa nankang ns2? anybody knows? thanks
    noisy... not worth the trouble IMO.

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    #14
    mura ito pero hassle pala. better settle for a branded and safely features.

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    #15
    Ok lang naman po sila kung hindi pang resing-resing

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    #16
    I previously had Nankang NS-2 on myECCS B13 and Maxxis (MV-1? not sure) on my Civic SiR. All i can say is they're similar. Affordable and its seems like its made of a harder compound - matagal mag wear. But grip isnt that impressive. As a daily driver, my rant is it doesnt have a rim protector like the japanese tires, and its prone to cracks on the sidewalls - i believe the sidewalls of these tires are very weak. Never run flat on these tires or you'll see cracks immediately.

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    #17
    We use Nankang Mudstars on the daily drivers. Nankang Super Tripper on the MB100. No problems with both.

    My father put a set of 17" NS-2's on his weekend car W140 Mercedes.

    Nothing bad to report so far. Except for the lack of a rim guard siguro.

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    #18
    Bought Nankang NSII (Made in Taiwan), and it last for more than 3 years for me. I am planning to replace na ulet with the same. 205/50/R16. Also, i used nitro (please read a review about that) and maybe it helps for me. 31psi, maintaining air.

    Please share again your experience if you bought the same last 2010.

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    #19
    Quote Originally Posted by OTEP View Post
    My father put a set of 17" NS-2's on his weekend car W140 Mercedes.

    Nothing bad to report so far. Except for the lack of a rim guard siguro.
    Yung nabili ko, made in Taiwan, may rim guard sya...

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    #20
    gamit ko din sa MB 100 yung super tripper, grabee tagal maupod.

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