Description of Tires pirelli formula energy 225/50r17 98y xl
- Excellent value for the money in terms of rubber
- 1. Extremely pliable; bumps and ruts are not perceptible at all. 2. It firmly maintains its trajectory on our preferred asphalt up to 130 kilometers per hour, despite the fact that it feels like jelly, BUT it maintains a certain degree of sharpness of the steering wheel, particularly at the 0 position. 3. Dry braking 4. Reasonable cost for the amount 5. Having a perfect equilibrium 6. Not overly loud, with a noise meter on a Lexus ES registering a maximum of 62 decibels of noise at 80 kilometers per hour (the previous Cordiant Sport 3 registered 64 decibels). - in a personal manner. Added on 05/15/23: traveled along the route of 2260 kilometers between St. Petersburg and Brest (Belarus): - maintains composure even when traveling over uneven terrain (gently);
- 1. Wet braking 2. Enjoys rutting 3. Due to its softness, the rubber all but disappears on the disks (subjectively), appearing instead like jelly (on soft sidewalls) Added on 05/15/23: 1. Noisy on a well-maintained pavement
- Affordable cost.
- A lot of noise, a lot of noise, and even louder and more powerful than previously. This type was purchased to serve as a replacement for the Kumho ecowing that was damaged.
- Excellent tires. Softness level near the middle.
- Although I'm used to it, I'd say it's fairly loud overall.
- quiet, resists hydroplaning up to 100 km/h (at greater speeds, it has not been tested), and the suspension has become more forgiving.
- no for 3100r. 215/65/16 fall 2022