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Old 20th October 2005, 00:00   #1
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hey guys !!! can anyone pls tell which tyre is the best in terms of NO SOUND and MAXIMUM GRIP...........the size im luking for is 205/60/r13.
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Old 20th October 2005, 13:36   #2
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hi twister,,
go in pirelli p 6000 or michelin's
both these tyres are xcellent,,
i have 195/50/r15 pirelli P 6000,, upgraded from goodyear vetura and trust me there is a lot of diffrence in the sound level..
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195/50/15? honda im guessing?n yeah noiseless tyres michelin but they wear out fast trust me i know
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i have good year ventura on my baleno and yeah they do make a lot of noise at high speed so i woundnt recommend that but some one told me michellen are very silent.


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Hey Twister,

Go in for the Pirelli P6000 or P5000 they are superb and silent. Mainly because they are soft compund as compared to the rest hence more grip and lesser life span.

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The Falken Azenis ST-115, very quite tyre and grippy but less life, say around 30,000kms depending on the way you drive and your car. You can read about their silence on the Falken US website.

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195/50/15? honda im guessing?n yeah noiseless tyres michelin but they wear out fast trust me i know
No they dont! I disagree... I have Michellin on my car and its crossed 25,000Kms and the tyres still look fresh, almost like new!
About the sound, they arent the most silent ones around i think but they arent noisey either, for the little that i do know...sports tyres make more road noise than normal ones.
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thanx guys......so finally its either michellin or pirelli......thanx again guys for helping......



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I have Goodyear Eagle NCT 5 (185/65 R 14) and they are less noisy then the Michelins (155/80 R 13) that I have in my uno..ultimately it is a matter of personal preference. I guess...try the Pirellis..they might be good....thouh I am very satisfied with the goodyear eagle that I have
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I got the Goodyear Ducaro 185/60 on my indica the day i picked it up and it absolutely makes no noise... Except on very bad roads where the tarmac does not have the smooth finishing... Otherwise, they're excellent...
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