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Old 15 May 2007, 09:27 pm
Bill Reece
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Default sweetest tires for a 04 civic vp!?

I have a 04 civic vp and it is my baby. I know it is bottom of the line for
Honda but I love my little her.

hey it's not cause I'm broke, I bought my wife an 00 odyssey and then a 06
pilot loaded to the max. And yes it is the family car that we all pile into
to go anywhere.

But my little civic is mine mainly for a 20 minute commute to work and back.

But I digress. I just want to know what are some sweet little tires to but
on this booger.

And "NO" I don't want to change out the rims or wheels. I just want some
solid meat on my baby.

So, anyway. when your done laughing at me drop me a line and let me know
what you think.

'preciate ya

Bill


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Old 15 May 2007, 09:38 pm
isquat@gmail.com
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On May 15, 7:27 pm, "Bill Reece" <luc...@insightbb.com> wrote:
> I have a 04 civic vp and it is my baby. I know it is bottom of the line for
> Honda but I love my little her.
>
> hey it's not cause I'm broke, I bought my wife an 00 odyssey and then a 06
> pilot loaded to the max. And yes it is the family car that we all pile into
> to go anywhere.
>
> But my little civic is mine mainly for a 20 minute commute to work and back.
>
> But I digress. I just want to know what are some sweet little tires to but
> on this booger.
>
> And "NO" I don't want to change out the rims or wheels. I just want some
> solid meat on my baby.
>
> So, anyway. when your done laughing at me drop me a line and let me know
> what you think.
>
> 'preciate ya
>

Ecsta 712s are pretty good if you don't need winter traction and
RE960s if you don't bother switching to winter rubber when it snows

if you want to spend more ecsta mx wears wells and is comfy
ventus r-s2 is seems much harsher does not seem to be whole lot
better and seems to be perpetually out of balance.

still stratching my head over 5th vs 15th place in c&d comparo

with the stock rims you'd be hard pressed good sticky rubber for your
car

if you can find si takeoffs with pilot exalto 2 it might be a one way
ticket
to paradise

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Old 15 May 2007, 09:59 pm
Dave L
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"Bill Reece" <lucky1@insightbb.com> wrote in message
news:B-OdnS6Ux7Ko8dfbnZ2dnUVZ_o-knZ2d@insightbb.com...
>I have a 04 civic vp and it is my baby. I know it is bottom of the line
>for Honda but I love my little her.
>
> hey it's not cause I'm broke, I bought my wife an 00 odyssey and then a 06
> pilot loaded to the max. And yes it is the family car that we all pile
> into to go anywhere.
>
> But my little civic is mine mainly for a 20 minute commute to work and
> back.
>
> But I digress. I just want to know what are some sweet little tires to
> but on this booger.
>
> And "NO" I don't want to change out the rims or wheels. I just want some
> solid meat on my baby.
>
> So, anyway. when your done laughing at me drop me a line and let me know
> what you think.
>
> 'preciate ya
>
> Bill


Depends what region you live in and your type of driving. Check
www.tirerack.com - they've got excellent reader surveys and test track
results.

-Dave


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Old 15 May 2007, 10:03 pm
Matt Ion
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Default Re: sweetest tires for a 04 civic vp!?

Dave L wrote:
> "Bill Reece" <lucky1@insightbb.com> wrote in message
> news:B-OdnS6Ux7Ko8dfbnZ2dnUVZ_o-knZ2d@insightbb.com...
>> I have a 04 civic vp and it is my baby. I know it is bottom of the line
>> for Honda but I love my little her.
>>
>> hey it's not cause I'm broke, I bought my wife an 00 odyssey and then a 06
>> pilot loaded to the max. And yes it is the family car that we all pile
>> into to go anywhere.
>>
>> But my little civic is mine mainly for a 20 minute commute to work and
>> back.
>>
>> But I digress. I just want to know what are some sweet little tires to
>> but on this booger.
>>
>> And "NO" I don't want to change out the rims or wheels. I just want some
>> solid meat on my baby.
>>
>> So, anyway. when your done laughing at me drop me a line and let me know
>> what you think.
>>
>> 'preciate ya
>>
>> Bill

>
> Depends what region you live in and your type of driving. Check
> www.tirerack.com - they've got excellent reader surveys and test track
> results.


One presumes part of the reason for this choice of car is its fuel
economy for the commute... remember that narrower tires = less rolling
resistance = better economy. Not a massive difference, but with the way
gas prices are going, every bit helps...
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Old 06 Jun 2007, 12:50 pm
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| >> it is my baby
Do you breast / bottle feed this baby ? Twit


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