Are ET Street Radial Pro street legal?
The ET Street Radial Pro tires are designed for tires in the class of P275/60R15 or P315/60R15 D.O.T. While the ET Street Pro is a drag radial, it is not DOT legal, meaning it is not intended for street use.
What size is a 275 radial?
ET Street Radial Pro 275/60R15 Tire Specs
How wide is a 315 Drag Radial?
The 315/35R17 Nitto NT05R Drag Radial has a diameter of 25.71″, a width of 12.48″, mounts on a 17″ rim and has 809 revolutions per mile.
Which Drag Radial is best?
With its superior traction and good ride stability, the Mickey Thompson Racing Radial Tire is our top pick as the best racing tire. The Toyo Proxes TQ Drag Tire offers balanced performance at a much more affordable price.
How long do ET Street R last?
Owners of drag racing cars estimate that they get anywhere from 15,000-30,000 miles on their street drag radials. Street drag radials are constructed differently than typical tires. They have a slightly smaller sidewall width and thinner tread. This helps them achieve higher speeds while maintaining a smooth ride.
Do slicks hook on the street?
Slicks Problems: Slicks can’t be used on the street in most places. On high horsepower applications, slicks can go into violent tire shake. Slicks are looked down on by some who run radials(not me). If they break loose, the car usually slides around.
Whats the best drag tire for the street?
The 10 Best Street Tires for Drag Racing Available in 2021
- Bridgestone Potenza RE-71R. Best Extreme-Performance Tires for Drag Racing.
- Goodyear Eagle F1 Supercar 3.
- Toyo Proxes R1-R.
- Falken Azenis RT615K+
- BFGoodrich g-Force Rival S 1.5.
- Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 R.
- Pirelli P Zero Trofeo R.
- Hoosier D.O.T.
How long do drag radials last on the street?
Owners of drag racing cars estimate that they get anywhere from 15,000-30,000 miles on their street drag radials. Street drag radials are constructed differently than typical tires. They have a slightly smaller sidewall width and thinner tread.
Will slicks hook on the street?
Do you balance drag slicks?
Should my Mickey Thompson slicks be balanced? Yes. We suggest static or Bubble balancing. Dynamic or Spin balancing, a bias ply slick will work best only if the slick does not deform.
Why can’t you use slicks on the street?
There is a reason why they are not street legal, they really are not safe for street use, as in if you hit water, you’re sliding, and they have a soft compound so they will wear out faster. Rocks, potholes, glass and other stuff that wont puncture a radial tire will have a better chance geting through a slick.
What’s the difference between the pro bracket and the et Street R?
If you’ve got a purpose-built drag car that you have no intentions of driving on the street, the Pro Bracket Radial could be the right choice for you. “The main difference between the ET Street R and the Pro Bracket Radial is that one is DOT approved with a minimum tread pattern and the other is not,” Moulton explains.
What kind of tire is et Street R?
ET Street R from Mickey Thompson is a D.O.T street legal drag tire with proven race compounds and incredible traction. EQUIV. SIZE SECT. WIDTH IN.
Is the Mickey Thompson et street radial pro street racing?
The Mickey Thompson ET Street Radial Pro is D.O.T. approved but designed for drag racing use only. NOT FOR STREET USE. SECT. WIDTH IN.
What makes et Street’s / s Mickey Thompson tires so good?
Proven R2 compound, the same proven compound used on the quickest “drag radials” on the planet provides superior traction at the strip with little or no burnout required Tubeless construction provides leak-free seal without the expense and hassle of tubes EQUIV. SIZE SECT. WIDTH IN. TREAD WIDTH IN. CIRC. MATL #. EQUIV. SIZE SECT. WIDTH IN.