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Pair Of Bridgestone Potenza Re-01R Semi Slick's %98 Tread Street/track Tyres 255/40/17

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Pair of Bridgestone Potenza Re-01R 255/40/17 94W Semi slick Track/drift/ Street tyres.

These suit the Track and legal to drive on the streets,

They are best street legal tyres you can get.

Plans have changed with my car which is why i dont need these anymore.

they are both as new, %98 tread left. These tyres have not seen a track yet.

Here's a video of a s2000 doing some track work running re01r tyres,

check it out:

Some info about the tyres from the net.

The Bridgestone Potenza RE-01R tires have been designed for street use with similar characteristics as motor sport semi slick tires, providing the ultimate street/circuit balance available.

* High Grip and Sidewall Stiffness

* Semi Slick like shoulder block

* Heat resistant polymer with cooling slit

* Wide Center rib for increased lateral stiffness

* Silica for improved wet weather performance

* Faster than Bridgestone RE-01 by 2 seconds at Tsukuba

The Potenza RE-01R is Bridgestone's tyre for drifters. It is used by top drifters in Japan and also the Autosalon Drift Racing team in Australia.

There can be few tougher ways for a tyre to earn its street cred then in drift racing - but that's exactly where the Bridgestone Potenza RE01R is right at home.

It incorporates Bridgestone's semi-slick shoulder block, wide straight.

these tyres retail for $1000 for the pair,

Asking: $500 for the pair, thats f$cking cheap... you are getting it half price.

No tyre kickers.

Local Pick up from Western suburbs (Melbourne)

Or i can send around aus with a cheap courier company at buyers expense.






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