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Model X P100DL wheels and tires.

Discussion in 'Model X' started by DadoP90DL, Sep 4, 2016.

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  1. DadoP90DL

    DadoP90DL Member

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    I love the look of black wheels with my black model X, but I did not want to go with the 22" OEM wheels due to towing and 10-15% mileage limitations. I have ordered these beautiful 20" wheels from TSportline. My model X will be ready for delivery next week. I want to buy tires ,but tire rack has two options for the 20" front tires. Either 255/45/20 or 265/45/20. Anyone with X P100D who could confirm which front tires to get?
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    Your stock 20" tires will fit these rims. If you're looking to buy new tires to mount and have two sets of wheels the P90D came with 265/45-20 for 20×9.0″ front and 275/45-20 for 20×10.0″ rear.
     
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    Thanks for your help. This is perfect. I want to get a second set of tires so that the wheels will ready with tires before my car delivery. I will then sell the original tires and wheels. I am looking to buy the Pirelli Scorpion Zero Asimmetrico tires.
     
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    I think Tsportline recommends the Pirellis, let us know how they feel/sound etc. don't forget to buy an extra set of OEM TPMS sensors from Tesla as I have heard after markets don't work.
     
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    I would suggest that you also take a look at the Michelin Pilot Super Sport tires :cool:
     
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    I thought the Performance 20's came with Michelin Latitude Sport 3's? I don't think Michelin makes the PSS tires in the SUV size 20's.
     
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    Our recently delivered XP100D 20s were Michelin Latitude Sport 3.
     
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    This is the European Performance model tire configuration:
    Goodyear Eagle Asymetric 3,
    front 265x35R22,
    rear 285x35R22
     
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    Make sure to check the load rating of the new tires as well as the wheels.
     

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