What psi are you running your street drag radials street & strip

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  1. Highlyfueled

    Highlyfueled Gold Member

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    What psi are you running your street/drag radials street & strip 305/35/20s M/T and Nittos
     
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    When I had the MT 305/35/20 I ran them at 17lbs....now with 305/45/18 MT Street "R" I run 19lbs and hook great...
     
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    I'm using these M/Ts ET Street S/S 305/35/20, at 36psi and there hooking pretty good in the street or should I use less
     

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    Street is a whole different equation...I don't street race or use DRs on the street so I can't help you..
     
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    Are they still z rated tires??
     
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    Sorry, just saw u guys talking about tires!! Hope I don't get u off track!! I'm not a drag racer, just want to find a tire that doesn't brake loose all the time!! I have the p zero summer tires currently!!
     
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    Mickey 305/35/20,22lbs,hook's as good as it get's on the street,just no crazy high speed cornering or lane changes;).28/10/17 slicks@18 hook's hard enough to earn a new driveshaft:D!
     
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    Well I just got these mounted and running 36 psi and there biting the street pretty hard with very little wheel spin
     

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    i do 17lbs with Nitto's....ive been told im too low for nitto's...next season i will be trying 23lbs
     
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    I'm running 27lbs. on my nitto DR's for street driving. 30lbs up front on my stock pirellis.
     
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    I'm going to put DR in my HC in 2 weeks aprox. Still torn to choose between nittos or MT. Never used DR in any of my cars before.
     
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    Looks great!
    Are these on the stock 9.5"?
    Looking to add DRs in a couple months when Spring gets here.
    Thanks.
     
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    Looks nice.. Factory rim?
     
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    MT if you are only using for drag. They are tricky on the street esp in the rain
    Nitto if you are using on street and drag for fun.
     
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    Is the nitto z rated??
     

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