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Tire help

I have a 1999 Honda Prelude

I want really good tires for the car so it handles so much better and so i feel more confident going into corners at higher speeds than most cars

I have 400 dollars im willing to spend on 17"

In my other forum they said that 400 wont get me the tires i want so im thinking of just buying 2 tires for 400 ill put them in the front

What should I be looking at to buy?
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try tires-easy.com
I usually buy my tires from them
sometimes you can find what you want somewhere else cheaper
but its a great place to start
On my 18s I put Hankook Ventus Sport K104 215/40
I like them a lot
and they were under 100 each
They are sport tires though, so you need to think about the kind of weather you have where you live.
If it snows there, you'll have to either swap tires by the first frost, or don't drive in the snow ever.
Summer tires suk in snow.
What I do, is have a summer set of rims and use stocks for winter time.
I just picked up a used set of pirelli all season tires, and I really don't like them at all.
They're way noisy. my hankook summer times are really quiet and provide a great ride. They wear good too.
You will pay for what you get, and these are excellent middle of the road tires
When I sell my 18s and get my lightweight 17s, I'll get another set of these tires.
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$98/tire for 17"s

i've TRIED to spin out with these tires on the autocross track, and they just keep grabbing
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$98/tire for 17"s

i've TRIED to spin out with these tires on the autocross track, and they just keep grabbing

Hmmmm they sound pretty good how about on like streets and going into corners at higher speeds?

**EDIT** IM LOOKING THOSE TIRES UP NOW AND THERES TO MANY OF THEM LMAO
IM TO NEWB AT THIS TIRE STUFF TO KNOW WHAT TO FIND

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Falken Azeni's are awesome. Period.


BUT, they are so awesome, they have a tread life of about 2000 miles or so. They are really for the track and not so good for the rain.
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Hmmmm they sound pretty good how about on like streets and going into corners at higher speeds?

**EDIT** IM LOOKING THOSE TIRES UP NOW AND THERES TO MANY OF THEM LMAO
IM TO NEWB AT THIS TIRE STUFF TO KNOW WHAT TO FIND
here's something very useful
http://www.miata.net/garage/tirecalc.html

put in your stock tire size, then put in the tires you want
It'll show you if the new tire will change the accuracy of your speedo and some other useful math.
unless the tires you want are exactly the same size as stock

Stock 5g base sawblades take 205/50-16
I think the SH is the same, but I don't know exactly for sure.
I'm sure a quick search would tell you.
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Well i figured out what im going to do what do you guys think
One of those 2 rims giong to put on
Ventus V4 es H105 205/40 ZR17 84W XL , DSB
http://ssl.delti.com/cgi-bin/details...388&Country=US
Think those will be good fit for a prelude 1999? and the rims look nice on a White Prelude?
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i was looking for the Falken Azenis
But idk what dimensions of the tire im looking for
what dimensions do i get them in cause i want 17 inch rims on the tires
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What is the offfset on the wheels?

Just something to think about too man, if the white wheels are a bright white, as they look. They'll contrast with the pearl paint, which can make the car look dull.

Doesn't mean you can't get them painted with factory paint if you wanted or anything. And a lot of people don't care the the white doesn't match.
Also, if you plan on using a lot of clear lenses, the white can be over whelming.

I was going to put white rims on my car, but now that I have clear corners, and tails, I'm glad I went with gun metal.
My wheels seem to match the base side skirts in good light since they are kind of faded a little.

Just something to think about!
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What is the offfset on the wheels?

Just something to think about too man, if the white wheels are a bright white, as they look. They'll contrast with the pearl paint, which can make the car look dull.

Doesn't mean you can't get them painted with factory paint if you wanted or anything. And a lot of people don't care the the white doesn't match.
Also, if you plan on using a lot of clear lenses, the white can be over whelming.

I was going to put white rims on my car, but now that I have clear corners, and tails, I'm glad I went with gun metal.
My wheels seem to match the base side skirts in good light since they are kind of faded a little.

Just something to think about!
Thats why I think im going to go for the other rims i think there really nice but i still need help with the tires
what dimensions should i look for with these falkon azenis
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What size is the rim you want to use?
17 by what?
Something else to consider is what that rim weighs.
The more it weighs, the more unsprung weight you're going to have.
which effects more things than you think.
you'll lose acceleration, increase stopping distance, decreases fuel economy, and increase wear on everything from the wheel all the way up to the motor.
Stock 16" sawblades weigh 19lbs with no rubber.

wheelweights.net
check it out

I'm looking into getting some 5Zigen FN01R-C 17x7, or I'd really like to get SSR Type C-RS which is a super lightweight forged wheel, in 17x7.5
But the SSRs cost twice as much.. pay for what you get.
Just have to sell my 18s first
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I honestly DOnt know i been looking for the past 5 hours for tires and i cant figure out what ones to get im pretty much just more going to buy tires by recommendation of someone in the forums because i dont know **** about the tires
i just know i want all season tires and i want them to be nice looking tires
what ever you could recommend on a tire that is good and costs like 75 dollars a tire ill buy
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That ventus you picked out is a good tire.
its a middle weight, so its decent at everything.
By all means not a racing tire, but you won't find a racing tire that will hold up in the snow.
it'll wear decent, have decent grip, and decent ride.

Check with your local tire shops, I talked to a Hankook rep the other day, and he told me that Ken Towery shops were supposed to be carrying their all season lines.
If you buy online you'll have to pay for shipping, then take the rims and tires some place and have them mounted and balanced.
So just weigh that against just buying some locally.
Whatever your local shops might be called.
They can quote on stuff around what you want to spend, and then they can show you some more expensive options, that maybe others on this forum could advise you on.

I love my hankook summer tires, if I wasn't trying to buy new rims I would have covered my stocks with some hankook all seasons, then I could have told you about those, but instead I'm pissy about these pirelli's.

search for a technical thread on tire brands, most car forums have one somewhere.
Though finding one specifically about all season tread instead of summer might be a challenge
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i was looking for the Falken Azenis
But idk what dimensions of the tire im looking for
what dimensions do i get them in cause i want 17 inch rims on the tires

225 /35-40/ 17
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if you need all seasons, then the azenis are outta the question.

just go to tirerack, edgeracing, or vulcantire, and just start reading customer reviews on all season tires.
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it looks like you will want a 205/45/17 tire

I have run on Hankook Ventus K102, 104, and HR-405, Falken Fk-451, Yokohama Parada Spec 2, Kumho Ecsta SPT all with good results.

So pick what you can afford, look for coupons in the paper, and/or free valve stems/mounting/balancing specials etc.

Costco has some good deals sometimes as well.

Bridgestone makes a good tire, but usually more expensive than Discount Tires/Amercia Best Tire.

Make sure they are set to the proper PSI, dont run them with like 40 PSI, double check your door panel for the proper PSI, and/or fine tune them to your daily driving habits, not your weekend/night habits

off hand Discount tire is has tires starting @ $86.00/tire
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I want really good tires for the car so it handles so much better and so i feel more confident going into corners at higher speeds than most cars
There is MUCH more to driving at higher speeds than just the tire aspect. If your dampers are worn, tires will help little. If your brakes are good, you wont feel comfortable going quick into a turn because you know that you cant stop....get my point? If your alignment is outta whack, then your car isnt't necessarilly stable at higher speed & turns.

Just beaware that new tires may or may not help. With that though, its always a great feeling and loads of fun to get new tires and test them out. There are MANY good tires on the market today.
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Made any decisions yet?
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you can get a good set of hankook ventus sports for $400 easy.

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Well If you have your stock wheels, I'd say buy some all seasons for those if you live where it snows. Then get your sport tires on the 17's its a bit of cash but think of how long it will be before you have to buy tires again. I always say you get what you pay for. ( I think that applies to most everything you buy.)
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Kuhmo Ecstas, not too expensive and rated #3 in the top 10 best summer tires
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Kuhmo Ecstas, not too expensive and rated #3 in the top 10 best summer tires
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That was the tires I was thinking about but couldn't remember the name. I had a set on my Toyota Supra and they did really well for a reasonable price.
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I'll have to agree with all the other people who've recomended Falken Azenis'.

I've used a couple of sets of the older RT-215's on my old Sentra SE-R, my NX2000 (with a built suspension) and on the Neon, and I have now updated to the newer style RT-615's on the Neon.

In addition, I've driven a few other cars with them including running the Tail of the Dragon in my friend's modded '06 350Z (he has RT-615's)............

Either way, the top-end Azenis' ARE the premier dry-weather handling tire out there (that doesn't cost a frigging MINT that is........I mean, it could be argued that a MIchelin Pilot PS2 is better, but it's also twice the cost).



So..........again (as other have mentioned)........Falken Azenis RT-615 *IS* the best thing going.

Oh.......and as for size (in a 17in): I'd recomend a 215/45R17.

It IS slightly taller than stock (a couple percent), but since most Honda speedometers are optimistic ANYWAY, that's what I'd be putting on.


And best place to buy..........Vulcan Tire.

http://www.vulcantire.com/azenis_rt615_t.htm
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