Car ForumGood street legal 'sticky' tire for challenger scat pack?Posted:

PostMalone
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Il be getting my challenger scat pack hopefully within the next 2 weeks and have been looking around for a good set of street tires that are 'sticky' enough to handle the power the scat pack can throw down. I dont have a price range really. I would be willing to spend the money on a good set of tires. I would only need the 2 for the back. If you need to know its a 2016 challenger
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Any premium road tyre will be fine, It's not like you're going to be going trackday speeds on the road. Probably look at goodyear eagle sports, Continentals or Michelin pilot sports. idk the tyre size but guessing it's a 245/40/r20
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JZX wroteAny premium road tyre will be fine, It's not like you're going to be going trackday speeds on the road. Probably look at goodyear eagle sports, Continentals or Michelin pilot sports. idk the tyre size but guessing it's a 245/40/r20


i did some research online and the biggest size i could go to is 275 40 20 on the stock wheels. your right, i wouldnt be doing track speeds but i would like to do some pulls and get some traction you know? i saw some people saying there using continental dw summer tires and say they work great so i might give them a go.
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I agree with JZX, you are not really gonna need super grip for what I assume is a stock scat pack... yes it has a horsepower, but the car is built for it as well
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Mickey Thompson makes some good "Sticky" tires more for drag racing. I use them on a 1980 nitros 550 bbc blazer and drive it on the street and does alright except when it rains.
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Wrong sticky icky sorry I was thinking of something else
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I own one. There's no tire that's gonna keep you from spinning lol but there are tires that can reduce spinning. 305-315 Nittos, R888's or Toyo Proxes will help.
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392 wroteI own one. There's no tire that's gonna keep you from spinning lol but there are tires that can reduce spinning. 305-315 Nittos, R888's or Toyo Proxes will help.
might need driver mod i make more than the 392 and i spin way less, get M/T ET Streets or a bias ply
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