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UPDATED POLL: What tire was your 22 inch Model X delivered with? (new with US/EU options in poll)

Discussion in 'Model X' started by pjotr, Oct 14, 2016.

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What tyres were your Model X 22 inch delivered with?

  1. US PxxD(L) with 22" Pirelli Scorpion Zero Assimetrico

    1 vote(s)
    8.3%
  2. US PxxD(L) with 22" Goodyear Eagle F1 Assymetric

    1 vote(s)
    8.3%
  3. US xxD with 22" Pirelli Scorpion Zero Assimetrico

    6 vote(s)
    50.0%
  4. US xxD with 22" Goodyear Eagle F1 Assymetric

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  5. EU PxxD(L) with 22" Pirelli Scorpion Zero Assimetrico

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  6. EU PxxD(L) with 22" Goodyear Eagle F1 Assymetric

    1 vote(s)
    8.3%
  7. EU xxD with 22" Pirelli Scorpion Zero Assimetrico

    1 vote(s)
    8.3%
  8. EU xxD with 22" Goodyear Eagle F1 Assymetric

    2 vote(s)
    16.7%
  1. pjotr

    pjotr Member

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    This is an extension of this thread: What tire was your 22 inch Model X delivered with?

    As there might be EU and US people in this forum I need to update the poll with US/EU options... I also add the P/non-P to differentiate between performance and non-performance cars, just to see if there is any difference there...

    US = US + Canada
    EU = Europe
    PxxD(L) = performance variant (P90D, P90DL, P100DL)
    xxD = non-performance variant (60D, 75D, 90D)
     
  2. pjotr

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    Voting is almost overloading TMC.com, so far two votes... :)
     
  3. CaliX

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    I switched my Pirelli's out for 22" Goodyear Eagle F1 Assymetric what a difference. The Goodyears have foam in them and my ride is smoother and quieter.
     
  4. pjotr

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    How about range difference? According to gradings Goodyear should be worse.
     
  5. goneskiian

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    I see you changed the poll since I voted in your other one and commented. I hope this is helping! :p;)
     
  6. pjotr

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    I hope so, if you voted on this one :)
     
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    I did.
     
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    Not necessarily. They are both 22" tires. The real range difference is between 20" and 22" tires. It's about rolling resistance and low profile tires (the 22's in this case) are going to be worse.
     
  10. pjotr

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    Thanks for posting the links... What is actually a All-Season Tire? :) You drive with it in snow as well?

    Does tirerack.com have any ratings as the EU-rating have for energy consumption? The EU rating is E for Goodyear, and C for Pirelli based on the information I have gotten from their web sites, and from tyre shops here in Sweden.
     
  11. pjotr

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    On my winter tyres I'm going to put 9x21 most probably all around, with Nokian Hakkapelita R2 SUV 265/40R21 Nordic Friction Tyres... The energy consumption is actually C-graded as well. I expected a Nordic Friction Tyre to have worse energy consumption rating than summer tyres...

    Nokian Hakkapeliitta R2 SUV - Winter Tyres / Nokian Tyres
     
  12. CaliX

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    I haven't noticed a difference.
     
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    Also known as a No-Season tire. It is a compromise for Americans who are too lazy to swap to a proper winter tire when needed, and too cheap to use proper summer tires.

    Yes, I'm being somewhat sarcastic. They are tires that are fine for many folks that don't really see any REAL winter weather. I'm not surprised you wouldn't know what they are seeing that you live in Sweden. :cool:;)

    Winter & Snow Tires vs. All Season Tires | Bridgestone Tires
     
  14. pjotr

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    I saw you corrected Norway -> Sweden :) Same same, but different.
     
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    You caught that. I knew it was one of those Nordic countries and know there are MANY Norwegian Tesla owners, like our famous friend Björn Nyland, so that's what came off my fingers. Then I decided to make sure I was right. I wasn't (not the first, or last, time!). o_O:p;)
     
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    Did you go over the whole list of Nordic countries? :)
     
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    EU 90D with Goodyear Eagle... Smooth ride so far, just have my X 3 weeks...
     
  18. pjotr

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    So far no US Goodyear. Someone mentioned that both are delivered on the 22'' in the US. Now it looks like EU=Goodyear and US=Pirelli. But way to few votes to be able to say anything :)
     
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    Weird...in Canada mine came with Michelin Latitude Sport 3 (P90D) Summer Tires. Not listed in the poll, so I haven't voted.
     
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    Unfortunally I cannot update the poll, otherwise I would have added it. Stupid of me to not add an "Others" alternative... But thanks for the information...
     

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