Dodge SRT4 Neon Tyres

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Tyre Reviewed Dry Grip Wet Grip Feedback Handling Wear Comfort
Falken Azenis RT660 (2) 100% 60% 90% 95% 65% 35%
Linglong Green Max (33) 79% 73% 69% 72% 70% 77%
Primewell PZ900 (59) 72% 58% 54% 57% 57% 50%
Wanli S1088 (85) 57% 35% 41% 39% 59% 38%
BCT S800 (85) 51% 29% 38% 37% 61% 32%

Dodge SRT4 Neon Tyre Review Highlights

Writing about the Falken Azenis RT660 given 80% (-45-17-)
Driving on a combination of roads for 1000 spirited miles
Stage 3 turbo w/ a mild tune. 17x7.5 SSR Comp-C wheels for a good fitment. These were bought to replace a well overdue set of Hanook RS-3 tires of the same size. I originally wanted to get their RS-4 tire, but couldn't find any in stock. After some searching, and several online reviews, I took a chance and "settled" on these Falken RT660 tires. "Settled" was the wrong thought about these tires. They are, quite frankly, amazing, but with some tradeoffs. At least in this application, they are very sensitive to setup. Alignment needs to be spot on the factory recommended specs, air pressures need to be tightly monitored (OEM is 32psi all around, but the rear end tends to oversteer at those pressures; 32psi front/28psi rear seems to be the sweet spot so far.) These characteristics are both a curse and a blessing. Once you get everything dialed in they will reward you with an insane level of grip. Lately I've pushed them pretty hard (maybe even too hard) on non-closed-course areas, and have yet to find the upper level of grip. I desperately need an event where I can explore the lofty capabilities these tires are exhibiting. In terms of noise level though, these the most "chatty" tire I've ever experienced. They "chirp" over every piece of seam sealer out there, and will frankly howl like the devil on the highway. Luckily, rolling the windows mostly up (or going faster, so wind noise drowns them out!) takes care of the problem nicely. While I ranked the "comfort" level relatively low above, I do not consider it so sufficiently evil that I regret the choice. In terms foul weather performance, this is my "toy" car, so it generally doesn't see anything other than bright and sunny days. That being said, I did get caught out by a particularly bad weather forecast, and was struck by some rather substantial rain. While I didn't drive with my usual zest, I none the less did not feel out of control in any way, at posted speeds. For fun at a traffic light I explored the levels of grip available for launching. It was more than adequate. As such I rated the wet grip just a bit above neutral. Short of being at a paid for event that receives precipitation, I won't be able to expand upon the wet weather characteristics. In terms of general wear, I didn't particularly baby these tires after initial install, but as of late have been even more spirited in their use. Visual evidence of such is not appearing yet, so they are at least handling my use quite well so far. One final note about the tires themselves. I do not know if it's the general norm for Falken's tires, but when these were mounted (and mounted properly; the shop put the yellow dot at the valve stem) 3 assemblies balanced perfectly (0 weight added) and 1 assembly has 0.25oz total weight added. I've NEVER had that happen before, so well done to Falken for that. Overall, I am extremely pleased with my purchase and would highly recommend them.
tyre reviewed on 2021-08-06 05:16:10
Writing about the Wanli S1088 given 44% (225-45-17-)
Driving on mostly town for 2000 average miles
This tire sucks, it grips just as a regular tire, and on rain, oh god, they really suck, no grip at all, even with the road partially wet you would fucking slide even on a low speed turn. please don't buy this crap, invest on a toyo, or a better tire.
tyre reviewed on 2016-02-22 19:35:30
Writing about the Linglong Green Max given 76% (185-60-15-H)
Driving on a combination of roads for 12000 spirited miles
These tires are just fine. They make a good substitute for the A brand tires at half the price. The one person in these reviews who calls them outright dangerous is either a crap driver or just intentionally trying to make the cheaper tires look bad as this person claims to have driven a whopping 10 miles.
tyre reviewed on 2015-11-21 16:47:02
Writing about the BCT S800 given 10% (225-45-17-)
Driving on a combination of roads for 0 average miles
BCT stands for Bad Chinese Tires. Period. do not buy!!!
tyre reviewed on 2015-07-28 18:59:10
Writing about the Primewell PZ900 given 71% (215-45-17-W)
Driving on a combination of roads for 30000 average miles
I bought these tires because the previous owner had two on the rear of the car, they look nice and are of a generally black, round rubber construction... I have purchased 4 in the 30,000 since and I believe them to last 40,000 per the warranty based on the 30,000 I put on the originals. I live in Alabama which ranges from hotter than hell to fairly cold with frequent rain (lately). I am pleased with the grip, dry and wet and there are no surprises as I have had with tires before slipping on hot pavement fresh with rain. They hold reasonably well on hard acceleration although the car I have has way too much power for the width of tire Dodge decided to put on this overpowered little rumble wagon! The tires seem to be pretty quiet rolling down the highway, but then again, the car is pretty loud with the open exhaust. No regrets. Cheers!!
tyre reviewed on 2013-09-19 20:33:43
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