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My spec is te37 ultra 20x10 et 30
20x11 et15
Looking best spec for durability and street performance ,

now im using yokohama , feel bad during raining season :(

Please kindly advice,
Which Yokohama tire? What size? 19"

What are you trying to do? Daily driving, aggressive street use?

Any track use?

How much rain do you see? Where do you live?

For general street use in dry or wet without cold temps and no track then Michelin Pilot Super Sport 285/35-20 front and 295/35-20 rear if you have stock suspension. Depending on tire size, Super Sports may be on backorder or due in by Dec 31.
 

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Both Tire rack and Discount Tires Direct have MPPS for the 285/35-20 just a fyi. I don't know about the 295 sizes.

Which Yokohama tire? What size? 19"

What are you trying to do? Daily driving, aggressive street use?

Any track use?

How much rain do you see? Where do you live?

For general street use in dry or wet without cold temps and no track then Michelin Pilot Super Sport 285/35-20 front and 295/35-20 rear if you have stock suspension. Depending on tire size, Super Sports may be on backorder or due in by Dec 31.
 

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I don't think R888 is the right choice for someone looking for good rain performance and durability (I assume longevity is what is meant?)

Michelin would be a great choice
 

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I don't think R888 is the right choice for someone looking for good rain performance and durability (I assume longevity is what is meant?)

Michelin would be a great choice
I agree. I have r888's and they are a great tire, but they are going to wear quickly. Also, if stock or FBO you really don't need them. Mpss is a better option.
 

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Which Yokohama tire? What size? 19"

What are you trying to do? Daily driving, aggressive street use?

Any track use?

How much rain do you see? Where do you live?

For general street use in dry or wet without cold temps and no track then Michelin Pilot Super Sport 285/35-20 front and 295/35-20 rear if you have stock suspension. Depending on tire size, Super Sports may be on backorder or due in by Dec 31.
Thanks for helping guys
20 inch size , i using stock suspension , for street general use ,

I using yokohama now trying in wet road rainy season i can feel its not really grip and and dangerous to take cornering when speeding can be lose control , i live in Jakarta Indonesia, btw

After i read more i consider oem or mpss ,which one better durability , street performance , ? I dont care about comfort or tire sound btw hehe
 

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If you can get the Michelin Pilot super sport (Max Summer tire) then you can use:
Front 285/35-20
Rear 295/35-20 (better wider than OEM size for your 20x11" wheel) but 285/35-20 will also fit.

What Yokohama tires are you using now?
 
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