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Old 10-17-2017, 11:43 AM   #1
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EXTREME VR2 semi slick drift tires *MADE IN GERMANY*


I want to introduce you to new tires on this side of the pond, EXTREME TYRES. We are the official USA dealer of these, made in Germany by Reifen Hinghaus GmbH. Our tires are cheaper than most high-end compound tires because our tires use the latest retreading methods. This means, top-notch compounds for a fraction of the cost due to savings in the casing. We have a little under 500 tires in stock and are ready to ship. Pickup available in Central NJ 08844.

For shipping and other info, message call text or email.
Hills Sales LLC
6 Ilene Court
Hillsborough NJ 08844
908 627 2106
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Check out our tires on youtube for tons of videos of drivers hauling @ss with them. Links below,

Time attack Evo with Extreme VR2


Team Drift Warriors (EU) testing Extreme S2 Drift compound tires


Reifen HingHaus Manufacturing process (German)


We have 2 tread patterns,
VR1
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VR2:


8 Compounds:

W4 (rally, time attack wet surface super soft)
R5 (rally, time attack Soft, 80 Tread wear)
R7 (rally, time attack Medium, 140 Tread wear)
R9 (rally, time attack Hard, 200 Tread wear)
Type R ( Rally, time attack Symmetrical/Directional tread Medium)
Type S2 (DRIFT)
Type CB ( BLUE SMOKE)
TYPE CR (RED SMOKE)

Specs:
VR1 tires have a directional tread design with extremely deep tread to provide great steering response as well as performance on all types of road surfaces. This tire is a great all-around performance tire. VR1 comes in W4 (wet), Type-R (medium), and S2 (drifting) as well as CB (blue smoke) & CR (red smoke) compounds.

VR2 tires have a nondirectional tread pattern with a semi-slick contact patch. VR2 also has a unique reinforced sidewall to enhance turn-in response, and durability of the tire during hard maneuvers. VR2 comes in R5 (soft), R7 (medium), R9 (hard) compounds, as well as S2 drifting compounds.

S2 Drift Compounds:

VR2:
195/50/15 - $65
225/45/17 -$84
225/40/18 -$87
265/35/18 -$100

VR1:
205/45/16 -$75
245/45/17 -$89
245/40/18 - $93
255/35/18 -$100
265/35/18 -$100

Blue smoke or Red smoke (khumo licensed)
225/45/17 - $155
245/40/18 -$159



R-Compound Circuit:

vr2:
175/50/13 r5 (soft) - $100
185/55/14 r5 (soft) - $120
195/50/15 r5 (soft), r7 (medium), r9 (hard) - $130
215/45/17 r5 (soft), r7 (medium), r9 (hard) - $130
225/45/ 17 r5 (soft), r7 (medium), r9 (hard) - $132
225/40/18 r5 (soft), r7 (medium), r9 (hard) -$140
255/35 18 r5 (soft), r7 (medium), r9 (hard) - $150
265/35 18 r5 (soft), r7 (medium), r9 (hard) - $155

Vr1:
195/50/15 Type W-4 (WET) - $85
205/45 16 Type-r (medium) -$100
205/45 16 Type W-4 (WET) - 90
205/45 17 Type-r (medium) -$105
205/45 17 Type W-4 (WET) -$95
225/45 17 Type w-4 (WET) - $105
245/40 17 Type-r (medium) - $125
245/40 17 Type w-4 (WET) -$110
245/40 18 Type-r (medium) - $135
255/35 18 Type w-4 (WET) - $119
265/35 18 Type w-4 (WET) - $120


Tire Specifications:
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Old 10-17-2017, 02:38 PM   #2
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If these are re-treads whats the guarantee that they dont strip off the rest of the tire?Every retread I have ever run eventually gators and causes the tread to come off in a belt.
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If these are re-treads whats the guarantee that they dont strip off the rest of the tire?Every retread I have ever run eventually gators and causes the tread to come off in a belt.
Well, there really isn't a guarantee, as it is, in theory, a possibility. From experience, a driver has just as much if not more risk of a tire failure with a used tire, or even a cheap budget tire.

We have had drivers use our tires @ clubloose events in Englishtown NJ with no issues, as well as Pocono raceway drift events. We also had our tires used on hundreds if not thousands of drift events in all of Europe with as far as I know zero abnormal issues. We actually heard these tires lasted 3 laps more around Englishtown than Falken FK452's

I personally do amateur rally/time attack in the EU, and have been running Extremes for over a year. Never had any delam issues. Likewise, I've watched drivers in 600+ hp cars torment these tires in events and never seen a delamination, instead only heard praises on how fast these tires.
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that's cool, but you need 40 series and 35 series, not 45
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So these are like the 2018 version of Zestinos.


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that's cool, but you need 40 series and 35 series, not 45
Guessing you mean in 17" cause I see 35/40 in 18's lol.
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Old 10-19-2017, 08:23 AM   #6
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So these are like the 2018 version of Zestinos.

Guessing you mean in 17" cause I see 35/40 in 18's lol.
Correct, I believe zestino are retreads as well. Someone may correct me if im wrong.

Also, differences between zestino and extreme are that Zestino are made in China, and a Chinese company none the less.

Extreme's are manufactured in Germany using EU sourced casings, rubber compounds etc.

Also zestinos have a higher price point
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If these are re-treads whats the guarantee that they dont strip off the rest of the tire?Every retread I have ever run eventually gators and causes the tread to come off in a belt.
When you use a used tire or a really cheap budget Chinese tire there's if not more a risk of catastrophic falilure.

That being said, there really is no guarantee that any tire won't fail, as it technically is a possibility. The difference between these tires and commuter retreads is the rubber we use have different characteristics so it adheres better. Also, there are many retreads used in motorsports and even are accepted/legal in major club racing like SCCA and NASA.

As for me personally, I've been racing exclusively on extremes for a little over a year and never had an issue. Likewise, there are tons of drifters all over Europe that never had any abnormal issues running extremes.
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Guessing you mean in 17" cause I see 35/40 in 18's lol.
yep, I mean 17". should have clarified.
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yep, I mean 17". should have clarified.
We currently have very limited sizes as these are all based on casing from common manufactured tires. Basically, if the size doesn't come OE on a new manufactured car, we probably will not have it in stock.
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Do you know if the people that drift on these tires choose to run one of the R-Compounds on the front (R5/7/9), and drift compound on the rear? Or do they run drift compound on the front as well?


Wish the pricing was more competitive with the Achilles ATR Sport 2's.
Seems like nobody else can match their performance for the price.
255/35r18's for $78 a piece for example.
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Do you know if the people that drift on these tires choose to run one of the R-Compounds on the front (R5/7/9), and drift compound on the rear? Or do they run drift compound on the front as well?


Wish the pricing was more competitive with the Achilles ATR Sport 2's.
Seems like nobody else can match their performance for the price.
255/35r18's for $78 a piece for example.
Yes that is exactly what drivers do! Use r7/9 or vr1 type-r compounds on for the front. The S2 is a drift specific compound meant only for grip while sliding, lasting a bit longer while producing good smoke.

As for the Achillies, I tell most drivers that they’ll probably be able find cheaper tires, but that’s not the point. We’re offering semi slick tires with drift specific compounds, not the cheapest commuter type rubber we can get on a tire.

Our compounds are top notch, and our manufacturer has been making sport semi slick retreads for years to allow drivers to use fast compounds for on average 50% less. Case of the vr2 which is just as faster than a r888r yet costs on average $130 less.

Lastly, since where new here and it’s the end of the season we do offer deep discounts right now, pm us for pricing and info
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We currently have very limited sizes as these are all based on casing from common manufactured tires. Basically, if the size doesn't come OE on a new manufactured car, we probably will not have it in stock.
what are the chances of getting something wider than a 225 for 17s, say 244/255 in the vr2 r compounds
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