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    Tire Recommendations- 205/40R17?

    Just turned over 50,000 miles on my 2018 500 Abarth. It's a daily driver- no autocross .... yet. About half those miles are on my winter setup (Blizzak WS80's), the other half on the OEM Pirelli PZero's which are pretty well pooched. Seriously considering the Firestone Firehawk Indy 500's. Anyone have any experience with these, in particular wet weather performance? My other choices are sticking with PZero's or possibly Michelin Pilot Sport AS4's- I had Pilot Sport AS3's on my previous 500 Sport and was very happy with them. Any thoughts/ recommendations are appreciated.

    The Blizzaks are also at the end of their lifespan- it's going to be an expensive year for tires ....
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    I'm a big fan of Continental ECS and ECS2. They are more performance oriented so if you get cold AND wet weather commonly in your use case, you should look at the Pilot Sport AS line.


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    Misc: Schrothe QuickFit Harness, OBDLink MX+, Race Tires: 205/45/16 Falken RT660, Street/Drag: 205/45/16 Conti ECS, HAWK HPS5.0
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    I switched from the PZeros well before they were worn out and replaced them with 205/40/17 Michelin Pilot Sport AS4s. They're vastly better than the PZeros - quiet and predictable. I tried driving in light snow with the Pirellis and scared myself. The Michelins will never replace snow tires, but in Vancouver they will get you through the occasional snow day and still work as a great summer tire.
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    Ran last summer on Firestone Firehawk Indy 500s - loved them! No issues in rain, although I don't go crazy in the wet.
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    Michelin Pilot Sport All Season 4. Nothing comes close.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrigioCenre View Post
    Michelin Pilot Sport All Season 4. Nothing comes close.
    Yes, but he has a set of winter tires, so all-seasons for summer don't make as much sense
    Completely stock 2016 500 Abarth, Rhino & Nero,
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    A lot of guys here have run the Indys. Michelins are also popular.

    Here are some threads talking about the Indys: Firestone

    Also, put this into Google and you'll get a lot of our posts on the Indy 500s:
    "Firehawk Indy 500" site:fiat500usaforum.com


    I found this interesting post below. Didn't know that.
    Quote Originally Posted by Julien View Post
    I'm super excited, I got my 205/45R16 Firestone Firehawk Indy 500 in today! These tires are called called Bridgestone Potenza RE003 in the rest of the world. These are, to me, the spiritual successor for the RE011 as the RE71r is just a cheater tire to pwn at autoX. Anyways, I disgress.

    These are just a hair taller than stock:


    Old Tire off


    New tires on


    Balanced at torqued!


    So far I only mounted the front two as only 3 out of 4 arrived from Tirerack. First impressions are the amazing difference in turn-in compared to the P7s that were on there.

    Over the next few days I'll install the rears and see how these perform and report back.

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    It all depends on how much performance you want, and how much you want to spend:

    205/40R17

    Yokohama ADVAN A052
    Basically a DOT Legal Street Slick. Superb.

    Toyo Proxes R888R
    I am currently running these in 15" for Autocross/ Road Racing

    Falken Azenis RT660
    I've run these as street tires, and autocross tires.

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    I've driven them hard at Twisted Sisters in very hot weather. They make sense. They hold a line really well on a hot dry road.
    Quote Originally Posted by HalfPint View Post
    Yes, but he has a set of winter tires, so all-seasons for summer don't make as much sense

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    I only own a lowly Sport, however, I have a set of ​unblemished​ 'Snowflake' 16" Abarth wheels with a set of used original Abarth tires on them. I'm planning on reshoeing them with a set of 205/45 16 Firehawk 500's.

    My question is are the original TPMS sensors inside the tires rebuildable, battery. stem, etc? I'm thinking the batteries currently in them are probably dead.
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