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I am looking for a Street Tire that has a tread rating of utqg 140 or higher to fit onto a 20 x 10 rim would prefer 315/35/20 but would consider 295/40/20
NT05 is a 200
Pirelli P-zero is a 220

NO DRAG RADIALS AS THEY EITHER HAVE NO RATING OR A 100 :(
 

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Just off the top of my head....Falken Azeni's Not sure about the size but for a street tire they are great and can be used to auto cross also. Also the Hankook Ventus are rated very high.

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Jeff I found these on tire rack.

Eagle GS-D EMT(Ultra High Performance Summer)

295/40R20
Load Index 101 = 1819lbs (825kg) per tire
Speed Rating “V” = 149mph (240kph) 101V SL RunFlat Treadwear: 180
Traction: A
Temperature: A180 A A 1819 lbs.
44 psi
10/32"
39lbs. 10-12"
10"
11.6"
10"
29.2"
NA
Country of Origin "US" = UNITED STATES OF AMERICAUS
 

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Why not the Pirelli P-Zero in 305/35ZR20? Are those Ferrari only?

There's also a Michelin Pilot RFT in 315/35ZR20 that says it is for Ferrari. It has a 300/AA/A rating!

Jeff, seems like a simple question until you start looking! How much treadwear do you need? You're not going to keep them but a few months anyway :)
 

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This is one of the requirements for Forumwars the NT05 is going to perform excellent in the autocross but not very well in the straight line I knew then when I bought them.
The NT05r doesn't have a trqg rating so it's out of the mix...

Dave let's see what we can do with that tire :)
 

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Jeff, you might want to talk to BW. I think David has the Pilots on the Cult Challenger. He might be able to get you a review of them, as he has run the hell out of that car.
 

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Just off the top of my head....Falken Azeni's Not sure about the size but for a street tire they are great and can be used to auto cross also. Also the Hankook Ventus are rated very high.

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Marion
I checked those out last night side wall and diameter to small :(
 
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