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Pirelli is a good company. you should last a while with them under typical driving conditions
 

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Pirelli is a good company. you should last a while with them under typical driving conditions
i dont know they don't feel that great they screech and slide taking corners they just don't seem to have that much grip

What's wrong with them ?
well it says 205/50 is that good? lol or bad

All those 3k rpm clutch dumps are starting to take toll.
i only did that twice once at the track and once on the st lol trust me i baby the car i never do any peel outs
 

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Pretty sure the LS tires are like 190/60/15's haha but i could be wrong and yes that is a bit skinny for a performance tire on a 17" rim. the least i would do is a 215. Also maybe check the compound rating on tires before you purchase your next set. The lower the number the stickier the tire will be however the life of the tire wont be as long. The higher the number the harder the compund longer life however not as much grip. Just a lil info to help you out
 
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