A proper pre-disposal ceremony

Discussion in 'SRT Hellcat Wheels and Tires' started by DGatzby, Oct 30, 2015.

  1. DGatzby

    DGatzby Gold Member Hellcat Car Club HCC Charter Member Midwest Regional Pres.

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    This is what I think of using Pirelli P-Zero 315/35's on a Hellcat. Yes, I am going to have fun even if I made the wrong first choice in tires........

     
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    Nice Video !!
     
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    So what tires and size did you go with or going to now?
     
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    DGatzby Gold Member Hellcat Car Club HCC Charter Member Midwest Regional Pres.

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    Cheapest for me and likely are PZero two 305/35's. They should work great with the 10.5" wheels. Otherwise the Nitto tires seem to be working great for everyone, even with the 315/35 rears.

    Or, I may look at 285 or 295/35's. Look around on the Forum, couple of guys like that size all around. Then some nice Michelin's can be installed.
     
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    Smokin the Pirelli's thru 4 gears!... Never gets old! ;)
     
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    I am trying to find a DOT road course slick, and I found a Hoosier at 28.1 inches tall on a 19 inch rim, however can't seem to find it now.
     
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    Yes!!! Hoosier slicks on all four corners would be epic!!! Please do it!
     
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    Man, if we could do some to fit the stock rims that would be perfect. I am going to turn the earth over soon to look. I want to use the stockers until I wear them out, then it will be time to get serious because my expected suspension upgrades will get boring and need more grip.

    Guys if we can get some road slicks to fit this thing, I think we will be a serious contender in ST2 of NASA Racing. Dodge gave us a gift. I calculated we are just against a class upgrade with a dyno run, so stock we carry a top qualifying HP. Now they don't measure torque! Think of the acceleration possibilities out of the corners? That day i took mine to the track, I was amazed what was happening coming out of corners.
     

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