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This is a discussion on Sumitomo 315s 35/17 within the Wheels and Tires forums, part of the General Help category; Anyone have any good or bad comments about these? And are there any street tires out there available in 325s?...

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    Question Sumitomo 315s 35/17

    Anyone have any good or bad comments about these?

    And are there any street tires out there available in 325s?
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    I hated them.
    Of course, I am yet to find a street tire that will hold 3rd gear, so I guess they might not be all that bad.

    Although, you get what you pay for with those.

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    I am gonna buy those with my black zr-1s. There only $96 per rear tire, and they will only be my summer rims/tires anyway.

    Like Mr. Luos said, you get what you pay for with tires. Bf-goodrich and goodyear make some good 315/35/17 tires.

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    I still have them from when I bought my car. They last alot longer than others but they suck for launching. There way to hard.

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    i got them on my car, i love'em, they are cheap, and hold rubber good...i got 285's, and i can barely chirp them in third, my stockers i burnt thru third and chirped good on 4th

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    Yeah I think they will be just right for me. I only use them for street driving. I have a set of MT ET streets on 16" rims for the strip anyways. Thanks guys.

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    You won't be able to touch the gas pedal with those tires.

    I run Nitto DR's as a street tire.
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    Mr. Luos, you don't have to rub it in everyones face man. LOL

    The guy just wants street tires that are round and 315 size. He has 100 less rwhp than you so I don't think he needs DR for the street.

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    I personally think its fun being able to smoke the tires at 50 with them but being able to launch would be better

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Luos View Post
    You won't be able to touch the gas pedal with those tires.

    I run Nitto DR's as a street tire.
    +1, same here as a street tire...315/35/17...
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    Quote Originally Posted by camarolvr69 View Post
    Mr. Luos, you don't have to rub it in everyones face man. LOL

    The guy just wants street tires that are round and 315 size. He has 100 less rwhp than you so I don't think he needs DR for the street.
    I assumed more power from his screen name. 418LS1 makes me think plenty of cubes.

    Wasn't trying to rub anything in, I just figured he was at a similiar power output as me.

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    Yup. He listed his HP in his sig....










    Yeah I don't know if that hp # is updated or not, but I think it is.

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    Does the 315 35 17 fit under the rear with no rubbing or anything? camaro 2001 ss for example

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    Quote Originally Posted by markzman97 View Post
    Does the 315 35 17 fit under the rear with no rubbing or anything? camaro 2001 ss for example
    Did on my car. 1999 WS.6.

    Although I had the LCA's, torque arm, relocation brackets, adj. panhard, etc...
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    Quote Originally Posted by camarolvr69 View Post
    Yup. He listed his HP in his sig....










    Yeah I don't know if that hp # is updated or not, but I think it is.
    Yep it is now. I dropped 58ftlbs of torque and 28 hp from switching to a Torquer vs.II cam. Yeah I have a problem..... I have a bit of trouble shooting to do. I should have gained power from that 224 cam that I had.

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