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Old 01-11-2007, 02:50 PM
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Thats what I though you were going to say. Seem like the Hoosiers are always way quieter than other R-comps. I ran on a set of Toyo RA-1s and I could make them sing like your street tires but those hoosiers they are so damn quiet.
RA-1's are a good track tire... They don't wear out... But the way it was best put to me is... "the suck; but they suck for a loooong time"

If you get hosiers to make that kind of noise - you're doing something wrong... (that first run on the A6's I had the fronts a little under inflated, so I was getting too much rollover and they did make a little chirp at one point... not good with those tires)...
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Old 01-26-2007, 10:42 PM
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i have RA-1s on my e30 they seem not to sing out but i dont really drive it that fast on the street and they have not seen the track yet but the T1-Rs that the e36 has they screem
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Very great driving. I'm also planning to learn driving.
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