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Dunlop SP Sport Signature
Dunlop SP Sport Signature
  • Price Range:  USD $111.99 to $279.99
    All Season

    Dunlop SP Sport Signature High Performance All-Season tire.

    A new all-season performance tire from Dunlop combines the wet-road gripping power of Hydro-Paddles and a new Dry Performance Sector for enhanced cornering on twisting country roads. The new Dunlop SP Sport Signature® performance tire, a cousin to the brand's family-car Signature brand, is "built for the growing numbers of performance drivers who demand all-season traction and enhanced tread life to go with cornering G-forces." Located inboard, the Wet Performance Sector features Dunlop's Hydro-Paddle Technology, a hydrodynamic feature that literally helps pump water through a narrow channel and away from the tire, silica tread compounds that help maintain grip on wet surfaces, and full-depth sipes for enhanced water evacuation. Outboard, the tire's Dry Performance Sector uses a solid shoulder area for enhanced dry handling, straight sipes for a stiff solid contact surface and a solid center rib for enhanced road feedback for stability and driving confidence.

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    Overall: 3.1  
  • 12/10/2014
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  • Size: 225/45R18 (2011 Hyundai Sonata 4 Dr Sedan 2.0T with 40225 KM of Tire Wear )
    Anonymous is a Confident, Experienced Driver
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    I bought this tire for my turbo Sonata because they can be rotated across all 4 weeks, being asymmetrical. I was concerned about premature tire wear. Treadwear has actually been fine after 25k miles. Noise is average for a performance-oriented tire, but my winter tires are definitely noisier. The other thing I liked is that they can handle a light winter storm. They were a downgrade from my summer Falkens FK452 in dry handling. They feel "floatier" than those tires and they do not handle quite as well either. Still, dry handling is FAR better than the junk stock optimo's the car came with. They do not tramline like my Falkens did, though. They are not very good in wet and have poor resistance to hydroplaning. They break free constantly at highway speeds and I am very afraid of hydroplaning. I'm at 50% tire life and they sometimes scare me. They are especially bad approaching freezing temps, when they can't get up to temp. During run of the mill rainstorms, cars fly by me but I'm struggling to keep the sonata on the road at 55. If anyone is wondering how they are in snow- I got caught in an early season snowstorm. They will be safe up to 2in of snow and that's it. Starting uphill is toughest, but once you get going you can generally maintain from there. Still this is an emergency-only winter tire. I haven't got caught in ice yet with this tire (thank god!). Overall I would probably buy again. It's hard to find asymmetrical sport tires like this.
    Overall: 4.8  
  • 9/16/2014
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  • Size: 255/55R18 (2010 Mazda CX-7 4 Dr Sport Utility Touring 18" option with 724 KM of Tire Wear )
    Anonymous is a Aggressive Driver (Hard Cornering)
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    I just had a set measuring 255/55/18 V mounted on a set of black 18"x8.5" Voxx Maglias a couple weeks ago on a 2010 Mazda cx 7 turbo. I really like how they grip in dry conditions over the original tires it came with, especially under "spirited" acceleration from a dead stop or on a roll. The old 235/60/18s would spin under the same acceleration. In my opinion they handle very well in wet rainy conditions as well. They handle water puddles very well. The Mazda's handling has improve a bit in the turns, probably due to the increased tire width by approximately one inch on all four corners. This tire is also more comfortable, again due in part to the extra cushion the 255s are offering over the 235s from before. I do not notice any increased noise from these tires at all. Overall, I would recommend these to someone else with a Mazda cx 7.
    Overall: 2.5  
  • 5/28/2014
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  • Size: 225/50R18 ( 28962 KM of Tire Wear )
    Anonymous is a Confident, Experienced Driver
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    18,000 miles and I,ve needed to replace 3. One due to a flat, 2 due to sidewall pin holes that cause gradula deflation. Would never buy Dunlop again...
    Overall: 1.5  
  • 5/17/2014
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  • Size: 225/50R18 (2009 Nissan 370Z 2 Dr Coupe Base with 32180 KM of Tire Wear )
    Anonymous is a Aggressive Driver (Hard Cornering)
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    I bought the car with these on it so, I don't know how many miles they actually went. I used them for 9k. Have to say that for a sports car they are absolutely awful, poor grip in dry, NONE in wet and the noise was about like an F150 with off roads on. Just put Bridgestones 970AS's on the Z and very happy with them, quieter by a great deal and way stickier. These Bridgestones are more "middle of the road" than some but, its my daily driver so I need the best of all possible worlds. It should be noted that the car mileage is 34k, I cant imagine the Dunlops were the originals because Nissan uses Yokohama as OEM. Meaning well before 25k the Yoko's were gone and someone cheaped out and got the Dunlops...sigh
    Overall: 4.5  
  • 12/21/2013
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  • Size: 215/55R17 (2011 Chevrolet Malibu 4cyl 1LT with 2653 KM of Tire Wear )
    Anonymous is a Confident, Experienced Driver
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    I have only put 1649 miles on this set of tires, the noise is worse than riding in a propeller airplane, I have driven lifted full size off-road vehicles with 35" tires and they where quitter. As far as tread wear I don't know but I have driven in the snow and rain the control and traction is very good. The noise is unbearable I would replace these tires now if I had the cash to do so.
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