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Old 6th January 2006, 21:54   #16
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Sorry but shouldn't that R14 mean 14 inches "diameter" and not radius?

The R stands for "Radial" tyre construction.

Yep, it is the rim diameter. Not radius.
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actually in my case it did not,i switched to 205/60r13 on my indica from 185/60r13 and i felt no adverse effect on on my FE,i still get the superb FE.
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Just an upsize wouldn't affect all that much, but goin above that will have its impact on FE and suspension.

The Goodyear Eagle F1's awesome tyres. So are the G3's
i fng the eagle f1 tyres a bit noisy and unsuitable to bad roads.
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