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    BFGoodrich g-Force sport

    Recently I sold my weaves and went to 15" rims to run wider tires. After reading various reviews and comparing a couple different sets of tires I decided to get these.

    I've only put a few hundred miles on these but so far I have to say I really like them. These replaced pretty much worn out tr615s that I could spin in 2nd gear to redline, and chirp 3rd to 4th. Very noticable difference in amount of grip/traction.

    Good tire for the money imho.
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    #2
    I was also thinking of getting these for my euroweaves. They are the only brand that makes a 215/50/15.

    What size did you get for the 15"...?


    G.Verelli

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      #3
      I went with 205/50 for now, my current wheels don't have ideal offset otherwise I would have gone with 225/50.
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        #4
        correct size is 205/55/15 and there are few quality choices in this size
        89 E30 325is Lachs Silber - currently M20B31, M20B33 in the works, stroked to the hilt...

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          #5
          Yep, g-Force sport come in 205/55 as well. I chose 50 over 55.
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            #6
            I currently have 205/55 and I find it to bubbly...I thought the 205/50 would to small, so I guess meeting in the middle with a 215/50 and see how that turns out..


            G.Verelli

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              #7
              I have a set in 215 40 17 on my ARC8s, just got them mounted tonight so I can't really give a weighted opinion, but so far I like how they feel. Probably won't be able to beat on them till after I do my M52 swap though (very soon) since my m20 is about ready to kick the bucket.

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                #8
                I've got some coming via FedEx tomorrow. Woot!
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                  #9
                  Originally posted by Jean View Post
                  I went with 205/50 for now, my current wheels don't have ideal offset otherwise I would have gone with 225/50.

                  Do you have a quick pic of them mounted??

                  Thanks


                  G.Verelli

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                    #10
                    I had these tires too. They were close to the wear bars and still had awesome grip in the dry. In the wet, however, I could almost not drive the car. No grip what so ever. Have you guys tried the tires in the wet yet? I bet they would be a lot better than mine, as mine were close to replacement time.
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                      #11
                      My 225/45-16 arrive today. The tread pattern is ugly as sin - even worse in person, but I'll see how they drive before I make up my mind.
                      Originally posted by Matt-B
                      hey does anyone know anyone who gets upset and makes electronics?

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                        #12
                        Originally posted by Mike325 View Post
                        I had these tires too. They were close to the wear bars and still had awesome grip in the dry. In the wet, however, I could almost not drive the car. No grip what so ever. Have you guys tried the tires in the wet yet? I bet they would be a lot better than mine, as mine were close to replacement time.
                        X2, I have them in 225 50 15, there down right scary in the rain when they get worn, hydroplane like a bitch. I need a new set of tires for the up coming season and will most likely switch to something else.
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                          #13
                          Originally posted by george graves View Post
                          My 225/45-16 arrive today. The tread pattern is ugly as sin - even worse in person, but I'll see how they drive before I make up my mind.

                          I agree, if it wasn't for the 215/50/15 I would definitely go with another brand but there is no one else who makes that size.


                          G.Verelli

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                            #14
                            Originally posted by Mike325 View Post
                            I had these tires too. They were close to the wear bars and still had awesome grip in the dry. In the wet, however, I could almost not drive the car. No grip what so ever. Have you guys tried the tires in the wet yet? I bet they would be a lot better than mine, as mine were close to replacement time.
                            You should try worn out rt615s in rain, pretty downright scary at any speed in a light chassis with lots of torque. I am talking about barely giving any throttle and spinning them, or forcing them to spin in 3rd while moving....

                            It has rained hard a few times here in CA, and I've been very happy with these tires. Of course if they are worn/bald that will be another story ;)
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                              #15
                              Originally posted by gverelli View Post
                              Do you have a quick pic of them mounted??

                              Thanks
                              Don't have any close-ups.... I would just go with 225/50 if you can as the price difference is very little if they'll fit your wheels/ride.
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                              OEM v8 manual chip or dme - https://www.r3vlimited.com/board/sho....php?p=4938827

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