Date: Wed, 4 Nov 1998 15:18:25 -0800 From: "REBUS" <rebusnopsamss(1).com> Subject: Re: 900 + 205 tires?
Folks, If you're concerned about appearance, then use anything you want. If you're really looking for all-around performance, I'd buy the highest quality 195-205 such as Dunlop's M2. Especially if you are in a wet climate. Race cars get away with wider tires because: they are driving more horsepower to the road, and they are loading the tires with down-force from aerodynamics and G-forces. Under normal street conditions, you'll get less traction with a wider tire. Justin VanAbrahams wrote in message <3640C5E5.49BBnopsamnet>... >RCS wrote: >> >> Hi, >> what´s the maximum size anyone successfully used on the old 900 (turbo) >> with sport suspension? What rims and wich offset? What tire size? >> >> I´d like 205 55 (or maybe 45-50 better) on 3-spoke AERO rims 6,5 x 16" >> (dark grey with polished) but I was told that there will be troubles >> with the rim offset (scrubbing). >> >> Please experience to "e9225126nopsam1.tuwien.ac.at" or newsgroup. >> >> THANX, Roland >> 900 turbo convertible MY93 > > >You shouldn't have a problem with a 205 tire... the previous >owner of my '90 SPG was using 225/45-16 tires with no problem. > >I am currently running 205/60-15 on it, which is slightly wider >and taller than stock. If you go with a 16" tire, your best >best is a 205/50-16. > >-Justin