Eventually the 21” will be approved for 200mph. Keeping them because buying them outright cost 6500$Damn you guys for being the voice of reason. I am on here to be told that the 21 are the cool and my choice was the right choice.
I just prefer the ride of the 21 (and look) over the 19. Anyone have the OEM 19 A/S they want to sell?
When I placed the order with T Sportline and spoke to them they were very specific same size all around and the size I listed 285/35R20.4 285/35/20” seems wrong.
I know this has nothing to do with your original question but I cannot find the configuration on tsspottline website anymore.
I think the sent you 4 rear wheels.
Well at least according to Tire RackEventually the 21” will be approved for 200mph. Keeping them because buying them outright cost 6500$
Someone sold 19” yesterday 500$ I just missed buying them.
|285/35ZR19 99Y||186 mph, 300 km/h|
|285/35ZR19 (99Y)||in excess of 186 mph, 300 km/h|
I hope your right! If not ps2’s for everyone. Then I would have wished I just got the 19””Well at least according to Tire Rack
When the Y-speed rating indicated in a service description is enclosed in parentheses, such as 285/35ZR19 (99Y), the top speed of the tire has been tested in excess of 186 mph, 300 km/h indicated by the service description as shown below:
285/35ZR19 99Y 186 mph, 300 km/h 285/35ZR19 (99Y) in excess of 186 mph, 300 km/h
There is no higher speed rating than (Y) and that is what is on the Plaid Front: 265/35ZR21 (101Y) XL Rear: 295/30ZR21 (102Y) XL.
You mean pirelli pzeros for the OEM 19s?Here are weights of rim+tire combos. First number is the OEM 21" setup (Arachnid + Michelin SP4s) and the second number is 19" OEM Cardenio rims + Michelin PSAS4, so 22 lbs difference
21" 19" Front 58 lbs 54 lbs Rear 65 lbs 58 lbs
The car doesn’t do that.When I placed the order with T Sportline and spoke to them they were very specific same size all around and the size I listed 285/35R20.
BTW I am getting the promised replacement wheel tomorrow and it will be installed Wednesday. I will explore the range issue with the service center.
I will post here what I find out. Maybe I will be able to do a speedo calibration check by the time I post again.
I am speculating here but the camera system likely can measure distance as the car travels. Since it knows the time and the distance it is possible it can correct for tire size changes to the speedometer reading.
The car doesn’t do that.
you have the wrong tire size. I would have stuck to oem size.