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Drag tire size help

Crusch84

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Hey guys! Sorry I'm sure there is similar threads but I wanted opinions for my specific car.
I have a 2018 Gt Performance pack manual Magnaride car. My car has Steeda 1 inch lowering springs. I'm currently NA at just over 500 RWHP. I'm purchasing a set of VMS Racing wheels 18x5 front and 17x10 rear. My big question is what drag radial would you recommend and more importantly what size? thank you in advance!
 

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Hey guys! Sorry I'm sure there is similar threads but I wanted opinions for my specific car.
I have a 2018 Gt Performance pack manual Magnaride car. My car has Steeda 1 inch lowering springs. I'm currently NA at just over 500 RWHP. I'm purchasing a set of VMS Racing wheels 18x5 front and 17x10 rear. My big question is what drag radial would you recommend and more importantly what size? thank you in advance!
 

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Hoosier drag slicks. 28x10x17. Slicks are less likely to break your axles.
If you have your heart set on drag radials. Mickey Thompson ET street R. 305 series tire.
 

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Hoosier drag slicks. 28x10x17. Slicks are less likely to break your axles.
If you have your heart set on drag radials. Mickey Thompson ET street R. 305 series tire.
Thank you! I'm not super concerned with a radial tire I just want a DOT tire for some street classes. I've been looking at the Mickey Thompson ET street R Bias
 

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