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PostSubject: POH HENG TYRES ENQUIRY   Mon Feb 16, 2009 7:32 am

Direzza DZ101
Specifications: Treadwear: 300 Traction: A Temperature: A Speed: W
REAL Performance For Extreme Drivers.
This tire is designed for the ultimate car enthusiast. If you enjoy as much time under the hood as behind the wheel, this is the tire for you.



SP Sport MAXX
Specifications: Treadwear: 240 Traction: A Temperature: A Speed: Y & W
Premium Luxury Sport Tire With Commanding Power.
As a luxury sport vehicle owner, you will truly appreciate the exhilaration the Dunlop SP Sport Maxx delivers. At the top of its class, this tire enhances the performance and appearance of the world’s most high-powered machines.


SP Sport FM 901
Specifications: Treadwear: 200 Traction: A Temperature: A Speed: V & W
The SP Sport FM901 is Dunlop’s Ultra High Performance "summer" radial designed to blend sizzling appearance and performance for today's sports cars and sporty sedans. This also makes the SP Sport FM901 an ideal candidate for customizing vehicles by providing a look and size lineup that provides a wide range of "Plus Two" or "Plus Three" applications.



SP9000
Specifications: Treadwear: 280 Traction: A Temperature: A Speed: Y & Z
The SP Sport 9000 is Dunlop's Max Performance tire thanks to its "HydroMax" hydroplaning resistance capabilities in standing water. It is designed for the drivers of sports cars, coupes and sedans to provide performance and comfort in the dry, along with superb hydroplaning resistance in the wet.
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PostSubject: f   Tue Feb 17, 2009 8:22 am

amk ave 10 blk 4002
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PostSubject: f   Wed Feb 18, 2009 7:53 am

The 2005 Wheels Tyre Test is published in the May 2005 edition of Wheels magazine, in newsagents now.
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the tyres were tested for

Stopping distance - wet and dry
Cornering - wet and dry
Slalom - dry


Stopping Distance - WET
1. Maxxis Victra MA-21
2. Michelin Pilot Preceda
3. Goodyear Eagle Revspec RS-02
4. Toyo Proxes T1R
5. Kumho Ecsta KU19
6. Bridgestone Potenza S-03
7. Dunlop Direzza DZ101
8. Yokohama AVS Sport V102A
9. BF Goodrich G-Force Sport

Stopping Distance - DRY
1. Goodyear Eagle Revspec RS-02
2. Michelin Pilot Preceda
3. Toyo Proxes T1R
4. Maxxis Victra MA-21
5. Bridgestone Potenza S-03
6. BF Goodrich G-Force Sport
7. Yokohama AVS Sport V102A
8. Kumho Ecsta KU19
9. Dunlop Direzza DZ101

Cornering -WET
1. Goodyear Eagle Revspec RS-02
2. Toyo Proxes T1R
3. Maxxis Victra MA-21
4. Bridgestone Potenza S-03
5. Kumho Ecsta KU19
6. Michelin Pilot Preceda
7. Yokohama AVS Sport V102A
8. Dunlop Direzza DZ101
9. BF Goodrich G-Force Sport

Cornering - DRY
1. Bridgestone Potenza S-03
2. Goodyear Eagle Revspec RS-02
3. Michelin Pilot Preceda
4. Maxxis Victra MA-21
5. Yokohama AVS Sport V102A
6. Dunlop Direzza DZ101
7. BF Goodrich G-Force Sport
8. Toyo Proxes T1R
9. Kumho Ecsta KU19

Slalom - dry
1. Bridgestone Potenza S-03
2. Michelin Pilot Preceda
3. Yokohama AVS Sport V102A
4. Goodyear Eagle Revspec RS-02
5. BF Goodrich G-Force Sport
6. Maxxis Victra MA-21
7. Dunlop Direzza DZ101
8. Toyo Proxes T1R
9. Kumho Ecsta KU19

Noise
1. Maxxis Victra MA-21
2. Michelin Pilot Preceda
3. BF Goodrich G-Force Sport
4. Yokohama AVS Sport V102A
5. Goodyear Eagle Revspec RS-02
6. Bridgestone Potenza S-03
7. Dunlop Direzza DZ101
8. Toyo Proxes T1R
9. Kumho Ecsta KU19

Price
1. Maxxis Victra MA-21 - $198
2. BF Goodrich G-Force Sport - $201
3. Kumho Ecsta KU19 - $235
4. Dunlop Direzza DZ101 - $288
5. Michelin Pilot Preceda - $290
6. Goodyear Eagle Revspec RS-02 - $298
7. Toyo Proxes T1R - $312
8. Bridgestone Potenza S-03 - $355
9. Yokohama AVS Sprt V102A - $359


the OVERALL results (Noise and Price don't count) in the 235/45/R17 size were:

1. Goodyear Eagle Revspec RS-02
2. Michelin Pilot Preceda
3. Maxxis Victra MA-21
4. Bridgestone Potenza S-03
5. Toyo Proxes T1R
6. Yokohama AVS Sprt V102A
7. BF Goodrich G-Force Sport
8. Dunlop Direzza DZ101
9. Kumho Ecsta KU19
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PostSubject: f   Fri Feb 20, 2009 7:53 am

Segar wrote:
Did my FD rim from Justin yesterday during rainy day..




Thanks for the recommendatin..

ups for you

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PostSubject: hi   Sat Feb 21, 2009 8:05 am



Falken Ziex XE-912

ZIEX ZE912

Hybrid-Asymmetric Pattern Design - Provides authentic High-Performance grip and genuine touring confidence. Optimized inner and outer tread patterns ensure that dry performance, stability, and all-season grip are available when you need it. Infinite Sype Sequence - Full depth sypes greatly improve winter traction though-out the life of the tire. R.W.I. (Rotation Wear Indicators) - Tell you when you rotate your tires. Quad High-Volume Circumferential Groves - Delivers increased hydroplane resistance for maximum wet stability. High Angle Variable Cross Grooves - Increases tread stability while effectively evacuating water away from the contact area.
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PostSubject: f   Sun Feb 22, 2009 8:41 am

vsunday again .....

please msg justin at 98368640
as he is not online today
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PostSubject: f   Mon Feb 23, 2009 7:47 am

[quote author=runtime board=merchantadvertisements thread=8446 post=202450 time=1235232533]Thanks Justin for the good price for the tires....

And he even ask someone to delivery the RIM down as the RIM I wanted is not in the shop....

Ultra friendly family you have.... thumb up...

I am the Black picanto..... changing the original sport rim to glossy black with red lining + Falken Ziex ZE-912 tires.[/quote]

TwilightZ1 wrote:
Justin,

Thanks!




[quote=RNP;106554]did a wheel swap at poh heng today. justin thanks alot for the good price and service. upz for you!![/quote]
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PostSubject: Re: POH HENG TYRES ENQUIRY   Tue Feb 24, 2009 7:46 am





Not for pretenders
The A.drive R1 can lift the performance of an otherwise standard car. It’s not for pretenders. It suits car tuners and enthusiasts who want genuine performance and not just looks. The R1 offers an exciting driving feel thanks to stiff sidewalls and large shoulder blocks for superior cornering grip. The R1 is ideal for plus fitment sizes and is the young sporty member of the drive family.
Aggressive Tread Design
The directional pattern has a continuous centre rib design that generates a better ‘on centre’ feel and enhances high speed stability. Large shoulder blocks deliver more ‘rubber-to-road’ contact for superior cornering grip. This tyre is ideal as an inch-up option with several plus fitment sizes.


Plus Fitment Advantages
Fitting a larger rim with lower profile tyres is a great way to improve the aesthetics of your vehicle. It can also improve the level of handling and traction if you choose the right tyre. The A.drive R1 is designed specifically for plus fitment options as the low profile, rigid sidewall can deliver more stable steering response when attempting lane changes or hard cornering. The larger contact patch will also offer you better traction and significantly increase your braking power






An extra margin of safety
The Yokohama C.drive is earning a reputation as the “must have� tyre for safety. C.drive’s superb handling capabilities provide extra vehicle stability in emergency-swerve situations. Aside from safety, the C.drive is a sensible upgrade for your standard vehicle as the tyre is designed to offer sportier performance, a comfortable ride and low cabin noise that last as the tyre wears.
Confidence in the Rain
Driving in the rain can be a frightening experience as it is difficult to see other vehicles or road signs, and even the road itself. Dirt and oil on the road can also make road conditions very slippery, while aquaplaning on puddles can lift your tyre off the road and reduce traction to almost zero. C.drive’s silica based rubber compound grips the road at a microscopic level to ensure your vehicle gets maximum grip in the wet, while the four wide deep grooves flush away water to deliver superb wet traction.
Asymmetrical Tread Design
C.drive’s asymmetrical tread pattern is designed to provide the perfect balance between sport performance and luxury comfort. The inner zone has softer, smaller tread blocks that offer excellent wet handling. The middle zone has a continuous rib design that offers low noise and better comfort feel. The outer zone has larger tread blocks that are more rigid for better dry handling and extra cornering grip.
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PostSubject: b   Wed Feb 25, 2009 7:54 am

amk av e 10 blk 4002
poh heng tyres
cte exit avenue 1
filter left and turn right on the first traffic light



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PostSubject: f   Thu Feb 26, 2009 8:10 am

vTyre Technology
Run Flat Tyres Explained
Several Tyre Manufacturers have developed tyres, and tyre systems that allow a vehicle to continue moving despite a loss of pressure. There are two different approaches: 1.Reinforced Tyre Sidewall manufacturers of this include Bridgestone, Continental, Dunlop, Goodyear, and Pirelli. 2.Rubber clip to your rim manufacturers of this include Michelin. All Run flat technology must operate in tandem with tyre pressure warning systems.

1.Reinforced Tyre Sidewall
The Diagram below shows The Dunlop DSST system for run flat. These tyres can be placed on any rim. The sidewall is reinforced allowing the tyre to support the vehicles weight. The tyre is constructed with new rubber compounds that prevent tyre destruction with excessive flexing. Run Flat Tyres allow a vehicle with complete loss of tyre pressure to handle effectively. Braking, acceleration, and steering behaviour remain unchanged. Mobility is maintained even after a puncture, but you must refer to each individual tyre’s guidelines from the Manufacturer






. Rubber Clip to your tyre rim

The rubber clip prevents the tyre rim cutting into your tyre when you experience a loss of pressure. This system has been developed by Michelin and is known as the PAX System. Like the reinforced sidewall it operates in tandem with automated tyre pressure monitors
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PostSubject: f   Fri Feb 27, 2009 8:17 am

Eagle Revspec RS-02 Makes it Two in a Row for Goodyear

Category: International
(South Brisbane/Australian Tyre Dealer) For the second successive year, Goodyear has won the best overall performance tyre award in the annual Wheels magazine tyre test with its Eagle Revspec RS-02 235/45R17.

The tyre is part of Goodyear's already accomplished performance range and joins the Goodyear Eagle F1 GS-D3 as a Wheels award winner.

The Wheels tyre test judges the best overall performance tyre over five different driving tests including wet and dry weather braking and cornering and an open slalom run.

The RS-02 was judged top of the class in both the dry braking and wet weather cornering tests, together with solid results in the dry cornering and wet braking categories. It outperformed tyres from many of the world’s leading tyre brands, including Bridgestone, Michelin, Yokohama, and BF Goodrich.

Goodyear Brand Manager Glenn Cross said, "It is a highly engineered tyre that uses all of the latest technological advances, ensuring outstanding levels of driving performance and comfort”.

He said Wheels was a highly respected automotive magazine and “an authority when it comes to everything on four wheels.”

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PostSubject: f   Sat Feb 28, 2009 8:15 am

Falken Ziex XE-912

ZIEX ZE912

Hybrid-Asymmetric Pattern Design - Provides authentic High-Performance grip and genuine touring confidence. Optimized inner and outer tread patterns ensure that dry performance, stability, and all-season grip are available when you need it. Infinite Sype Sequence - Full depth sypes greatly improve winter traction though-out the life of the tire. R.W.I. (Rotation Wear Indicators) - Tell you when you rotate your tires. Quad High-Volume Circumferential Groves - Delivers increased hydroplane resistance for maximum wet stability. High Angle Variable Cross Grooves - Increases tread stability while effectively evacuating water away from the contact area.
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PostSubject: f   Sun Mar 01, 2009 8:54 am

bestverna wrote:


Falken Ziex XE-912

Another satified customer.Well done !


justin is not online today

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PostSubject: f   Mon Mar 02, 2009 7:51 am

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PostSubject: f   Thu Mar 05, 2009 8:04 am

How To Read A Sidewall

There is a lot of useful information molded into the sidewall of every tire. Included are manufacturer and tire name; section width; aspect ratio; construction; rim diameter; speed rating; load range; treadwear, temperature and traction labeling and other required designations.



SIZE
All tires sold in the United States must meet the size standards for bead shape, width, diameter and other parameters established by a recognized standardizing organization. World leaders among such organizations are the European Tire and Rim Technical Organization (ETRTO) and the U. S. Tire and Rim Association (T&RA). Both use a partially metric-based system. Virtually all passenger tires on the market today use the rim and tire sizing, load and inflation system established by these bodies. All U. S. highway tires must also meet U. S. D.O.T. standards as indicated by the letters 'D.O.T.' on the sidewall.

The several tire size designations in use today depend on when a vehicle was manufactured and whether it was domestically produced or imported. All tire-sizing systems used today provide information about a tire's dimensions. Among the most important for proper fitment is height, width and load carrying capacity.
P-Metric: This is the United States version of a metric sizing system established in 1976. P-Metric passenger car tire sizes begin with "P," which simply means "Passenger."

Metric: This European tire sizing system is similar to P-Metric but does not use the "P" designator.

Alphanumeric: This system was established in 1968 and is based on the tire's load carrying capacity, correlated to its overall size. The tire's capacity and size are indicated by letter designations from "A" (smallest tire, lowest capacity) to "N" (largest tire, highest capacity). An example of an Alphanumeric tire size is BR78-13. "B" shows size/load, "R" indicates radial construction, "78" is the aspect ratio, and "13" is the wheel size in inches.

Numeric: This is the oldest standardized tire sizing system for passenger car tires. When this system was adopted, tire aspect ratios were either 92 or 82. For example, a 7.00-14 tire has a section width of 7 inches, a rim diameter of 14 inches and an aspect ratio of 92. The low profile equivalent size tire with an aspect ratio of 82 would be 7.35-14.

Example: P215/65R15 89H

P PASSENGER (P-METRIC/NON-P-METRIC)
This indicates a passenger car tire. If the first character in the size designation is a "P," the tire is a "P-Metric" tire and is engineered to standards set by the T&RA. If there is no "P", the tire is engineered to ETRTO standards and is a metric tire. The standards set by T&RA and ETRTO have evolved together and are virtually interchangeable.

215 SECTION WIDTH
These numerals indicate the tire section width in millimeters. This is the dimension from sidewall to sidewall. A tire's section width will vary depending on the rim to which it is fitted. The section width will be larger on a wide rim and smaller on a narrow rim. Therefore, each tire is measured to specific rim width. (To convert millimeters into inches, divide by 25.4.)

65 ASPECT RATIO
This two-digit number indicates the tire's aspect ratio. It compares the tire's inflated section height, which is the distance from the bead to the tread, to its section width (maximum). An aspect ratio of 65 means that the tire's section height is 65% of the tire's section width. For clarity, the section width in millimeters is separated from the aspect ratio by a slash (/).

R CONSTRUCTION
This letter indicates the type of ply construction in the tire's casing or carcass. "R" means radial. "D" means diagonal, referring to bias ply tires. "B" means belted for belted-bias ply tires. Never mix radial tires with any other construction on a car.

15 RIM DIAMETER
The "15" indicates the rim diameter in inches. It is the diameter of the tire bead seat ledge in the rim. Most tires are built to inch standards for rim diameters. However, some tires are built to millimetric rim dimensions. Always match the tire's rim diameter to the wheel rim diameter. This is important for safety.
NOTE: A millimetric rim has a different shape than an inch rim; they are not interchangeable.

89H SERVICE DESCRIPTION
The service description is an alphanumeric combination, consisting of two parts, a number and a letter. In this example, "89" is the load index, which represents the load carrying capacity. (All passenger car tires in the U.S. are also marked with their actual load limit in pounds.) The letter part is the speed symbol, 'H,' in this example. This is the maximum speed for which the tire is rated at the load specified by the load index. In this example, 'H' means speeds up to 130 mph. Dunlop does not recommend the use of any of its products in excess of legal speed limits. Speed Ratings do not necessarily imply that the performance (handling and grip) of the tire meet the performance standards implied by the ratings.

Tire speed ratings must exceed the maximum speed capability of the vehicle to which they are fitted. Not all tires sold in the U.S. are speed rated, although many modern performance and luxury cars are equipped with speed rated Original Equipment tires. It is important to remember this when replacing the tires on your vehicle. Replace tires with equivalent or higher speed rated tires. Do not downgrade speed ratings from Original Equipment ratings.

NOTE: Speed Ratings - where applied are indicative of high performance characteristics based on European ECE 30 Indoor Wheel testing as performed by Dunlop and are not valid for damaged, altered, repaired, under-inflated, overloaded, excessively worn, or re-treaded tires. Dunlop does not recommend the use of any of its products in excess of legal speed limits.

SERVICE INDICATORS
Some tires carry additional markings related to service. An M&S or M+S designation means the tire is rated suitable by the manufacturer for mud and snow use. The guidelines are set by the Rubber Manufacturers Association (RMA) in the United States.

ALL-SEASON DESIGNATION
This is a marking which means that the tire meets M&S/M+S requirements without the drawbacks of noise and rolling resistance associated with the traditional deep-lug winter tires. The M&S/M+S designation means that the tire is suitable for normal all-weather driving applications. Tires that meet the requirements of the M& S designation have better winter traction compared to those without the M&S symbol.

North American tire manufacturers and the RMA have established a voluntary, industry-wide definition for passenger and light truck tires intended for use in SEVERE SNOW CONDITIONS. Tires must meet a performance-based criteria featuring tread pattern, construction elements and materials which generally provide snow performance superior to that of tires bearing the RMA current M&S Rating. Such tires will display a mountain/snowflake symbol.

D.O.T.
The 10 digit D.O.T. code number molded into the sidewall designates the manufacturer and plant where the tire was produced, the tire line and size, and the week and year the tire was manufactured.

MAXIMUM PRESSURE/LOAD
All passenger tires are marked on the sidewalls to indicate maximum load capacity and maximum inflation pressure. Truck tires will indicate recommended pressure for maximum loads for both dual and single application.

HARMONIC MARKINGS
Red dots on Dunlop high performance tires for match mounting purposes. These dots mark the 'high spot' of the tire, which is then matched with the 'low spot' on the rim to cancel out harmonic vibration.
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PostSubject: hi   Fri Mar 06, 2009 8:12 am

amk ave 10 blk 4002
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PostSubject: f   Sat Mar 07, 2009 7:57 am

ROTA WHEELS are strong, light and Certified by VIA, JWL, and ISO. Rota wheels are mostly replica wheels of Sthingy, Mugen, and VOLK Wheels. The Rota Auto X wheels are Rotas most popular wheel and one of the best in there wheel lineup. Rotas are very popular with the JDM honda crowd for there good quality and value. It's very rare on race day to not see cars running rotas at the track. The Rota Auto X comes in Black w/Red Lip, FLAT BLACK, and Gun Metal. When you buy your autox wheels they will include a set of center caps.
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PostSubject: f   Sun Mar 08, 2009 8:30 am

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PostSubject: f   Wed Mar 11, 2009 8:06 am

Tyre Pressures

Maintaining the correct pressure is the easiest, yet most important thing you can do to get the best performance, economy and safety from your tyres. Information relating to the correct pressure should be available from your vehicle's tyre placard however, considering these points may help:

HERE ARE A FEW TIPS

Different driving conditions require different pressures. For example, a higher pressure is usually recommended for high speed driving or when carrying or towing a heavier than normal load. Seek advice on what is best for you and your car.

Tyre pressure should be checked when tyres are cold, as pressures will increase when tyres warm up.

Under inflation of tyres can cause them to experience uneven or rapid tread wear, as well as lead to an increase in fuel consumption. In addition, under inflation reduces your vehicles braking and handling capabilities, and can ultimately lead to serious tyre failure.

Where possible, carry your own tyre pressure gauge.

Sealing valve caps must ALWAYS be used, the best being the metal type.

If you require any assistance with the pressure of your tyres, see your local tyre retailer.

TYRE ROTATION

Regular rotation of tyres is a proven method for promoting even wear and therefore extending tread life. If uneven wear has occurred, this may be due to worn suspension components, vehicle misalignment or incorrect tyre balance. These concerns cannot be corrected by simply rotating the tyres. Your local tyre retailer should correct these problems.

Front to back same side rotation is acceptable when tyres are wearing unevenly. If the spare is included in the rotation it should be exchanged with the tyre allocated to the right hand rear position
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PostSubject: f   Thu Mar 12, 2009 7:56 am

silverman wrote:
Thanks for the service today.

FD1 in No 4 in the afternoon

kevkie wrote:
Thanks Justin for being so patient with my indecisiveness last night.

I thought the price package you got my was quite reasonable.

I was the blue subaru last night.

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