Do this ^^^. Nothing is better for the street, by a mile. I am not just guessing, I have used the PS4S 345/30 PS4S on my rears with aftermarket wheels. They hook great and even more important, they are in service for their third season!I have a 2019 Challenger HC RE WB and just went through this whole process. At first I was living with the stock Pirelli all-seasons. Next, I had decided to go with Michelin PS4s in the stock size (305-35-20) on the stock wheels. But as you're no doubt figuring out, the car is severely under-tired in the rear. So now I've bit the bullet. Triumph Wheels is making me a set of 20 by 11" front wheels and 20 by 12.5" rear wheels which will have Michelin PS4s sizes 305-35-20 on the front and 345-30-20 on the rear.
Kind of depends on whether you prioritize going straight or taking corners. I've been running NT555R2s in 315/35/20 for the past month. I'm very happy with them. An incredible improvement over stock. They've also done well in rain so far.Ok what do you guys recommend .. 2021 charger wb re. Stock currently 305’s
Challenger NB. Niche sport series gamma M224, 20x10.5 on the rearDo you have a WB or NB to run the 315 with NT555R2s? What kind of wheel?
Well, it's a Redeye, so keep that in mind. Once they're warm, on a nice flat road they'll hook with no spin at 30+ mph. Haven't tried them on a track.Thanks..looks good!! How do they hook up.? Thanks for the info.. I will give them a try
Well, it's a Redeye, so keep that in mind. Once they're warm, on a nice flat road they'll hook with no spin at 30+ mph. Haven't tried them on a track.