How is r888r rain?

How is r888r rain?

Registered. They are fine in rain- even the old r888s on my crazy RWD supra they are fine. Just don’t drive like a moron and avoid standing water.

Are r888 noisy?

Yes they are loud.

How many miles do r888r last?

6000-8000 miles realistically.

Are Toyo tires good in rain?

The Toyo Proxes 4 is great in the rain.

How many miles do R888R last?

Are R888R good for track?

Tire review data from 20 tire reviews averaging 81% over 60,825 miles driven. The R888 R is ranked 8th of 29 Summer Trackday and Competition tires.

How long do r888r last on street?

Are r888r good for track?

Where are Toyo r888r made?


About Toyo TiresĀ®
Many of the tires are built in the United States at their state-of-the-art factory in White, Georgia.

Are Toyo Proxes t1r good in the rain?

These tires are very progressive on the limit, but you should drive conservatively in the rain. They prefer soft suspension setups on wet roads!

Is R888R road legal?

The R888R is not simply an evolution of the existing model, it has been completely re-engineered to give improvements in all areas over the R888. These improvements mean it performs even better on track and surpasses the latest tyre labelling regulations so it is totally legal to use as a road tyre.

How many miles can a R888R go?

The mileage of the R888R will be massively dependant on usage as track days will shorten the life considerably. In purely road miles, a guess would be around 3-4000.

Where are Toyo R888R made?

How long do Toyo R888R tires last?

Toyo R888R on streets? 6000-8000 miles realistically. Good for driving to the track and back and very limited weekend trips or very short commutes. No race tire is going to be very good in wet unless it’s designed for wet (super soft rubber).

Is Toyo R888 road legal?

How long do r888r last on track?

5-7 days.

How long do R888R last on track?

Why are slick tires illegal?

Since completely slick tyres are outlawed on most roads due to their inability to handle wet pavement, the “cheater slick” became a popular item in the hot rod world in the 1960s; a typical slick type tyre, but engraved with the absolute minimum amount of tread grooves required to satisfy legal requirements.

Can you daily drive with slicks?

No. Slicks are track only. Drag Radials are street legal, but only minimally so.

Why are Nascar tires bald?

Race cars use tires without tread because smooth tires provide better traction in dry conditions. If the ground is wet, however, drivers will suddenly find themselves needing the grooved tread that siphons water away from the tires.

What’s better slicks or drag radials?

A true slick is usually bias ply and it cords form as x pattern all the way around the tire. A radial’s cords go directly from one side of the bead to the other. As far as drag racing goes, the radial will help keep you more stable while a slick will allow you to launch much harder.

Can you drive in the rain on slicks?

It depends on how much water is on the track. For light rain, slicks will not be as fast but they are manageable. For moderate to heavy rain, slicks have no tread pattern to move water so they provide no traction. The cars dont need a different setup, they need rain tires.

How much does it cost for a Nascar engine?

around $100,000
On average, a typical NASCAR engine costs around $100,000.
However, during some racing events, teams use more than one engine. For example, a car competing in the Daytona 500 may use up to three engines throughout the event.

Why are F1 tires so smooth?

F1 tires have no treads because it makes them faster. The more contact the rubber has with the tarmac, the more traction it gets, which increases the speed and ability to corner properly. Therefore, using tires with no treads makes a lot of sense in a sport solely centered around making the cars as fast as possible.

Can you daily drive on drag radials?

Street-legal, DOT-compliant drag radials walk the line between a tire you can drive every day and one that will provide top tier performance in the quarter mile on a prepared surface.

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