Are et Streets legal?
ET Street R from Mickey Thompson is a D.O.T street legal drag tire with proven race compounds and incredible traction. …
Is ET Street SS bias-ply?
The ET Street had been the staple of street/strip car guys since 1996 when M/T introduced the M5 compound bias-ply tire for DOT drag-racing classes. The tire used ET Drag construction technology, had a DOT stamp on the sidewall, and tread for the street.
What’s the difference between a drag radial and a drag slick?
The real difference between these two are the direction of the cords inside the tire. A true slick is usually bias ply and it cords form as x pattern all the way around the tire. As far as drag racing goes, the radial will help keep you more stable while a slick will allow you to launch much harder.
How wide is a 275 Drag Radial?
ET Street Radial Pro tires have a unique tread pattern that allows for maximum dry traction. The 275/60R15 Mickey Thompson ET Street Radial Pro has a diameter of 28.2″, a width of 11.4″, mounts on a 15″ rim and has 737 revolutions per mile.
Are Mickey Thompson tires good?
Mickey Thompson tires are known for their aggressive all terrain and mud tires. With high quality tread design, off-road capabilities, and superior construction and technology, these tires are great when it comes to extreme off-roading, or just looking cool on the road!
Where to find compound number on et drag tire?
To identify the compound of your current M/T® ET Drag tires look at the serial number on the sidewall of the tire.
What should rim width be for et Street’s / s?
ACCEPTABLE PRACTICE (EXCEPT ET STREET R, ET STREET R BIAS AND ET STREET S/S) FOR RIM WIDTH IS TREAD WIDTH PLUS OR MINUS ONE INCH. WARNING: DO NOT USE ON DYNO. IMPORTANT: ALL BIAS DRAG DRIVE TIRES MUST BE MATCHED TO BE WITHIN 1/2 INCH ROLL OUT.
Which is tread void for et street radial 2?
Equivalent tread void as the ET Street Radial II, redistributed for improved hydroplane resistance while providing plenty of tread contact for excellent dry traction Proven R2 compound, the same proven compound used on the quickest “drag radials” on the planet provides superior traction at the strip with little or no burnout required EQUIV.