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    I've had my Toyo TQs on for about 5k now and really like them. They're supposed to be somewhere inbetween ET Streets and the 555r in terms of traction and wear. Mine are 315/35R18 so the tire is about 1" taller than stock. Seems to hook pretty well with 3.89 gears.
    96Z M6, ERE-383 #60, AFR 210s, LE cam, 9", 414whp sae, awaiting boost
    95 Roadmaster T-56 swap, bolt-ons, gears, 300whp, fugly sleeper

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    How about at the track?

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    They hooked a ton harder than street tires would on a M6 car. It's no real slick but a decent compromise for a 99% street car. My best 60' was 1.8 but that was my second time at the track and right before my old motor went. Driver mod and some suspension adjustments still needed lol.
    96Z M6, ERE-383 #60, AFR 210s, LE cam, 9", 414whp sae, awaiting boost
    95 Roadmaster T-56 swap, bolt-ons, gears, 300whp, fugly sleeper

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    I decided on the TQs, they are on the car. They are really sticky and look great. I will report back when I have some miles and passes on them.

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