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I am replacing the rears on my 2015 R and am looking at Firehawk Indy 305-35-20 and the BFG g-Force Comp2 A/S in the same size. Any comment on either would be appreciated. Will these rub the body work or suspension or should I stay with the stock 295's? Especially if have used either tire. Thanks
 

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I have ran Firehawks on other cars. Good tire and a great price. Very predictable once they brake loose of you want to slide the ass end around a bit. I have new fronts but need rears so I will run another set of P Zero's on the rear. Next time I need for I will consider the Firehawk and Michelin Pilot Super Sports.
 

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I am replacing the rears on my 2015 R and am looking at Firehawk Indy 305-35-20 and the BFG g-Force Comp2 A/S in the same size. Any comment on either would be appreciated. Will these rub the body work or suspension or should I stay with the stock 295's? Especially if have used either tire. Thanks
I use Michelin PS4 305 on the rear, 265 on the front like the SVR does. No clearance issues. After all the SVR body is the same as your R, and the S convertible that I have.
 

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I use Michelin PS4 305 on the rear, 265 on the front like the SVR does. No clearance issues. After all the SVR body is the same as your R, and the S convertible that I have.
Yeah Michelins, I had been running PS3's & 4's for the last 7 years on VXR's, wouldn't trust much else. I have P Zero's all round on my R not my choice came with them, but will be putting the 305 PS4's on when needed, so thanks for info.
 
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