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Old 02-20-2013, 07:20 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Vredstien Tyres

Any one on here had Vredstien tyres on there 300C before ? Any good ?
What they like for wear and tear / handling ?
Looking at getting them all round on my Startec rims and although still coming in at just under 1000 still cheaper then the other known top brands.
Vredstein forum shows they have good feedback for everyting but most people on there drive Ford's and Vauxhalls etc but no one on there has a 300C.
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Vreddy are very good tyres, alongside with Yoki's. But I would try looking around for better deal, sounds a bit expensive since you buying in bulk, have you look at importing from Germany?
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Not tried that but Event Mobile Tyres price is 932, all fitted ballanced and they will come to my office. Used them last time when I had Kumho's fitted and they did a good job.
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Someone recently posted a useful link of the tyre rankings, again can't seem to locate it.

What size are you after for the ST's?
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I have them on the back....they seem to 'let go' less often than the Toyo Proxe 4 tyres I had before

my rears are 275 x 20 ..... and I got them a few months ago at just pence under 200 each - so 1000 seems slightly high
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As per KB's post above I am after 2 x 275/35/20 and 2 x 245/40/20. If I buy 4 from Event Mobile I believe they give an extra 10% off on top, so bringing it down to approx 200 a corner. Don't think that is really that bad but still only got KB's feedback regarding how good they are which is sort of telling me that not alot of 300C drivers opt for them.
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maybe the topic is a repeat..

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I was coming up to a set of traffic lights this morning and the Wife said 'What a perfect straight road for a 0-60 run' so I of course obliged, the road was perfectly flat, fairly new smooth tarmac surface.

I'm running a new pair of Vredestein Ultrac Sessanta 275/40 20's on the rear and the same on the front which have about 2,000 miles run on them.

Perfectly dry, air temp about 20 centigrade.

Light changed and I rolled and floored it, the tyres gave a short bark and gripped down, the result.........................



I have felt my car has been performing well recently and my best previous time was 4.16 on the old F1's

Seems these Vredestein's are providing the ultimate in grip for me.

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I think they were the standard Pirelli 18" ones on the 5.7?

I'm just breaking in my 275/40R20 Vredestein Ultrac Sessanta's on the rears, very good they're proving to be so far..............................

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Vreddys are good tyres Its up their in the top, same rankings as Yoki's, favoured for SRT8's, Honda NSX, Skyline GTR33's as nicely demonstrated in the video, do not hesitate.

If you want Rolls Royce of tyres, then your looking at Conti's or Bridgestones, favoured for Ferrari & Lambo's

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That 0-60 time must be a photoshop, there's no way an SRT8 would do that!



I have a pair of the Vredesteins on the back of my current VXR8, still no complaints and I wouldn't use anything else.

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I'm on 245/45/20 up front and 275/40/20 on the rear. I am now on my 2nd set on the rear an I like to get the car sliding as much as I can and they still lasted 12000 miles.
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