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I think a regular 180/200 treadwear tyre is sufficient for a 330i. You can drive it around town or in Nasho without feeling you are wasting the tyres either.

Hankook RS4, 4 for the price of 3 atm.

Do it.

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10 hours ago, Kinkstaah said:

I think a regular 180/200 treadwear tyre is sufficient for a 330i. You can drive it around town or in Nasho without feeling you are wasting the tyres either.

Hankook RS4, 4 for the price of 3 atm.

Do it.

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Yeah they look nice! 

Thanks about the treadwear, that was confusing me. 

8 hours ago, SilverECR33 said:

uhh bmw?. where is your skyline sir?

Touché.

4 hours ago, admS15 said:

Also Yokohama Ad08r are buy 3 get 1 free till the end of 0ctober

Nice, they look good.

Thanks for all the help in here guys, much appreciated. As a lot of these stretch my budget for a part time track tyre I'm just going to need to have a think about it and see what my local tyre joints can do with prices.

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Another budget contender is Federal rsrr.

Just to simply things.

Yokohama A050, Hankook z221, nankang ar1, dunlop dz03, nitto nt01, toyo r888 etc. are proper r spec track only tyres. Some are road legal but you would only use them to drive to and from the track.

Yokohama Ad08r, Hankook rs3/4, nankang n2r, federal rsrr etc. are more street oriented motorsport tyres, not true r spec semi slicks.

 

Any of the above will serve your purpose well, the r spec will give you a fair bit more grip. Since you have spare wheels, i would be going with the cheapest r spec i could get my hands on.

There could be an advantage using the non r specs, if you don't end up doing as much track work as originally planned, they could always be put to use as street tyres.

 

Good luck with your deliberations.

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23 hours ago, PranK said:

I fear we have drifted somewhat off topic. 

To be fair, you mentioned oil & BMW in the same sentence first.

So back on track, what tyres have you found? 

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