Got some relatively new Michelin Pilot Powers, can anyone skilled in the art of tire reading give me some feedback. I also just ajusted my suspension off of zx10racers thread about tuning suspension.
:lol::lol:....smarta$$.....:heyyou:..that was a pretty good one man, got a good chuckle out of it.ccasion1I'm very skilled in the art of tire reading. Here are some observations based upon my inspection:
1. You seem to be a) comfortable/confident seeing as they are worn to the edges, or b) everyone is comfortable/confident enuf to wear a rear to the edge so that's not a big deal.
2. You seem to have lint/fuzz on the tire so either a) your driveway is fuzzy, or b) you washed and wiped tire off.
3) This is either a) the left side of the tire or, or b) your tire is mounted backwards.
4) I obviously am a) not skilled at the art of tire reading, or b) i did not even know there was such an art.
Props to you for fooling with the suspension though, 10rracer is pretty sharp about that stuff. What's most important is does the handling feel good and natural to you? If so, you're on the right track. Hope you get better observations than above. I'll keep check, i may learn something here.
Ok now im just curious. What about the wear on the tire tells you that???HAHA @ Hayden's comments. I would say based on what I can see, you are steady on the throttle going into the corner and you gradually increase exiting the corner. :dontknow: :lol: Mildly agressive because the surface on the tire is a lil rough looking which very good for street tires. Suspension looks good! :thumbsup:
The gummy-ness of the tire after the heat cycle you put it through & the lack of scalloping where the tread is cut/moulded.Ok now im just curious. What about the wear on the tire tells you that???
Sorry bro no burnouts, just b/c you may pull some wask a$$ shit like that doesnt mean i would.................JK bro, but seriously, no burnouts. Im not into wasting rubber.