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Hey i have a genesis coupe 3.8, I wanted to know any suggestions on good tires? I am looking for slightly wider tires
 

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Try to go for lighter tires - better acceleration. They affect acceleration more then lighter wheels.

Continental extremecontact sport
Is the lightest tire out there.

I run 245/35r19 F and 265/35r19 R

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Try to go for lighter tires - better acceleration. They affect acceleration more then lighter wheels.

Continental extremecontact sport
Is the lightest tire out there.

I run 245/35r19 F and 265/35r19 R

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Try to go for lighter tires - better acceleration. They affect acceleration more then lighter wheels.

Continental extremecontact sport
Is the lightest tire out there.

I run 245/35r19 F and 265/35r19 R

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Would it affect the traction though?
 

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Hey i have a genesis coupe 3.8, I wanted to know any suggestions on good tires? I am looking for slightly wider tires
i use 245/30/20 on all around on mine so i would recommend getting 245 in the back and wheel size of 19. the 20's are a bit to much and makes the ride a bit much i would reccomend what @andbudzi said
 

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Continental are also very good with traction, right on par with Michelin super sport. Much better then OEM, especially in wet

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I have stock sizes on the stock 19's.
I'm currently using spacers 25/20mm
I have 255/35/19
And 235/35/19 tires In the garage ready to go on.
Should i remove the spacers now? They look great with stock width.
I don't want my tires sticking out past the fender wells. I don't see any info about leaving them on or taking off the spacers with wider tires.
 

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I have stock sizes on the stock 19's.
I'm currently using spacers 25/20mm
I have 255/35/19
And 235/35/19 tires In the garage ready to go on.
Should i remove the spacers now? They look great with stock width.
I don't want my tires sticking out past the fender wells. I don't see any info about leaving them on or taking off the spacers with wider tires.
Keep the spacers on unless you want the rear tires to be inside the rear fender. They should be flush with the spacers
 

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Say fooq it and go 19x9.5 +22 on 245/35/19 and 19x10.5 +22 on 275/35/19 and get flush like a portajohn.

but the firestone fire hawk Indy 500 is a good tire. Has better wet performance than my old all seasons... Although I was running nankang ns-25s lol
 
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