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      01-30-2019, 03:23 AM   #23
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Yes I follow you. Though I do not possess an M6 I know the great numbers those beasts are capable of pulling and how hard it must be to control the car in certain situations. They certainly look cool those tires especially if you live in a sunny climate area where winters are mild at worst. How do they handle with rain and cooler conditions?
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Those are my daily driven tires. On a FBO M6 stage 2, you will never get traction in 1st or 2nd without R compound tires. I have tried them all and in the end settled on the NT01. I'm really looking forward to an AWD option on the next car, with this much power RWD is very limited.
which tire i must get? 315 nitto NT05 or NT01? what different?
hows the noise of the tires?

i have 305 PS4S now and they are very comfortable and no noise but looking for better grip so going with nitto 315 but which one ?
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Yes I follow you. Though I do not possess an M6 I know the great numbers those beasts are capable of pulling and how hard it must be to control the car in certain situations. They certainly look cool those tires especially if you live in a sunny climate area where winters are mild at worst. How do they handle with rain and cooler conditions?
I have driven in the rain a few times on them as it does not rain much here in Southern California and have had no issues with them. I assume that as they wear down and you lose the depth of the tread it may become a problem in the rain but so far I have had no issues. I buy the tires once a year and I buy them in the winter so they are new through the rainy season.
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which tire i must get? 315 nitto NT05 or NT01? what different?
hows the noise of the tires?

i have 305 PS4S now and they are very comfortable and no noise but looking for better grip so going with nitto 315 but which one ?
The NT01 is better for straight line traction as a drag radial like the Toyo R888R, the NT05 is more of a road course tire. Also the NT05 does not come in a 315/30/20, only a 305/30 or a 315/35 and you do not want to run 35 profile tires on the rear as it completely screws over the ECU on the car. I ran them for about 10 minutes on a 305/35/20 555R Nittos and returned them right away. Same issue with the NT05R, no 315/30/20. Your only options in that 315/30 size are the Nittos or the Toyo's R888R and I went with the Nittos and matched the fronts with 265/35/20 555G2's as the 275/35/20 did not fit, they rubbed.
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The NT01 is better for straight line traction as a drag radial like the Toyo R888R, the NT05 is more of a road course tire. Also the NT05 does not come in a 315/30/20, only a 305/30 or a 315/35 and you do not want to run 35 profile tires on the rear as it completely screws over the ECU on the car. I ran them for about 10 minutes on a 305/35/20 555R Nittos and returned them right away. Same issue with the NT05R, no 315/30/20. Your only options in that 315/30 size are the Nittos or the Toyo's R888R and I went with the Nittos and matched the fronts with 265/35/20 555G2's as the 275/35/20 did not fit, they rubbed.
ok good i will get Nt01 then, but how is the noise level ? you hear the sound inside the car clearly ?
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ok good i will get Nt01 then, but how is the noise level ? you hear the sound inside the car clearly ?
They are not bad at all, maybe 2-3db's louder than the oem Pirelli's if that. Windows up I hear nothing, windows down i hear the exhaust.
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