Pirelli Zero Summer vs All Season

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  1. Themip

    Themip Gold Member

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    Just wondering what the performance differences are between the two. Im looking to buy 8 or so of these tires as they are on clearance / sale on tire rack

    The Summer tires (which came on my hellcat) are $183.18 per tire and the All Seasons are $159.52 per tire so just looking to get some input on which i should get.

    Im actually think i will be getting the Nittos for the rear and just using these for the front's and when i want to to do speed runs (over 150).

    Inputs?

    Thanks!
     
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    70Cuda Yep, its got a HEMI

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    I got the Summer tires ( thank god) all season just good for smoky burnouts

    yeah nittos I understand great but will not last very long.

    but not many tire will have long life with a Hellcat so get used to buying tires
     
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    My stock Pzero summers have about 6500 miles on the back and they are bald! Like completely lol. So the price on the sale is pretty awesome so gonna buy the summers now. Thanks for the info!

    Ive actually heard from several people that they have gotten more miles outta the nitto 555r's than the Pzeros
     
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    70Cuda Yep, its got a HEMI

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    Hellcats do not go easy on tires

    sorry but that is FACT
     
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    70Cuda Yep, its got a HEMI

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    depends on lots of things

    best I ever did with these type ( in general ) tires is 20k

    10-15K is good with any HP tire when you got a beast like the Hellcat.
     
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    how about when i do this?

    LoL
     
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    good to see you are breaking in your tires, they should be good to go.:)
     
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    Yep thats why i had to order a few more sets of them haha
     
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    Hey buy American!!!!!! Job security for the USA!!!!!

    these cars are great for the economy!!!!! And keeps us buying gas, which is taxed like crazy. Hellcats are a win win!!!!!!
     
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    P Zeros are nice but I sure wish I had Michelin Pilot Super Sports. Hands down the best street tire for muscle cars.
     
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    RobM SRT Hellcat Lunatic!

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    I would say neither are good for the Cat. I refer to the P Zeros as the tires the car was shipped with. I have the Nitto 555Rs on the back and the 555s up front just for uniformity and to keep a similar profile and tread design. I have 4 brand new P Zero all season tires with 200 miles on them in storage just in case I decide to sell my Cat. Wait, who's kidding who, my Cat will not get sold. I might as well make tire swings for my kids with the P Zeros, at least that way they will get used.
     
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    goingsolo2 Beast will be back bigger and better than ever! Hellcat Car Club Gold Supporting Member Hellcat Supporting Vendor

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    Can you post a pic of your tires from the side and back so I can see the wheel gap and how far they stick out please? I am looking for tires as well, and might go with this setup. Also, what exact sizes did you get for front and rears? Thanks in advance.
     
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    RobM SRT Hellcat Lunatic!

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    I went with the 305/35R20 in the back and the 275/35ZR20 up front. All are on the stock rims. I didn't NEED to replace the front tires but I prefer the look of a somewhat matching set of tires. Here are some pics for you. IMG_1227.jpg IMG_5456.jpg IMG_7172.jpg IMG_0803.jpg IMG_0304.jpg
     
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    goingsolo2 Beast will be back bigger and better than ever! Hellcat Car Club Gold Supporting Member Hellcat Supporting Vendor

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    Thanks so much…so they are a touch shorter than the OEM?
     
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    RobM SRT Hellcat Lunatic!

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    The rear tires are 28.58 and the fronts are 27.6. I believe the stock tires are 28.? So the fronts are a little smaller but look great
     

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