AWDRIVER said:WHAT SERIES ARE YOUR TIRES?????
You haven't told me yet...,.. and no I can't tell by looking at the picture I don't have a magical de-blurring device when I zoom in on your pic...
(JUST GO READ THE NUMBERS ON YOUR TIRES)
It will tell you what series they are... 35 40 45.. something like that...
You should know... Especially if you are saying that you can answer peoples questions about the AWD C....
So... once again... go outside and look at your tires
it goes like this
P 235/65 R 17 103 H
P means passenger car
235 means tire width in millimeters
65 (this is where you are getting confused) this is the series,.... otherwise known as the aspect ratio(the ratio of the height of tire's cross section to it's width)
R this is the construction of the tire R=Radial B=Base
17 is the wheel diameter (you got 22's I think)
and last but not least the little 103H the 103 is the load index and the H is the speed symbol(your maximum reccomended speed)
SO... with all that said....
WHAT SERIES ARE YOUR TIRES.
I would think it might have been a little better that the RWD just because of having better traction. Having 390ftlbs of torque helps300CAWD said:NO u dont. I hate when people say these things are heavy and slower than rwd 300c. I have mine clocked at 5.7 secs with a video here and i can do that consistently any day. I have clocked once 5.42 secs when it was snowing outside. esp off. The car left the lane like there was no traction. BUT I WOULDNT NEVER EVER DO THAT AGAIN unless on a strip.
I am ready to buy a 300c and feel I need awd because i am in michigan and have a fairly steep driveway. Problem is I don"t like the rims that come with the awd. Dealership said if I ordered different rims it would void the warranty. Does anyone have any suggestions?AWDRIVER said:Got an AWD 300C? want to ask Questions????,,, I do...
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