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Old 07-17-2017, 12:37 PM   #1

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Kumho Ecsta PS91

The Ecsta PS91 is Kumho's Max Performance Summer tire.

Anyone know anything about these good or bad?

Looking for a set in 1LE fitment to road course at NCM.
Orange Krush II
1LE Front with DSE Links and 32mm JPSS Rear Bar, Splitter, 3.91 Gears with 1LE Axles, 14/15 Heat extractor in a 13 1LE hood, 1LE shocks and struts,1LE Suede Flat bottom Steering wheel restitched in orange, Factory Hurst short throw shifter with the Pegasus rear poly shifter mount, ZL1 Rockers, Belly Pan and pedals, Z/28 Intake, Skip Shift eliminator, 1LE diffuser with dual mode mufflers, Z/28 headers and Cats, 1 piece DSS Drive Shaft, C7 Z06 Vented Piston Calipers and CTS-V Rotors, PAFDT Solid Cradle bushing, Z/28 Toe Rods and UCA Bushings.
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Old 07-17-2017, 02:18 PM   #2

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I put a set on my car a little over a year ago and I have no complaints at all. Look good, quiet, and really good grip.
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Old 07-17-2017, 02:32 PM   #3
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I can only compare to the Pirellis prior. The Kumho are much better in every aspect so far. I can't say how they will hold up during a track day, but I have beaten on them during canyon carving with no chunking or other abnormal wear.
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