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Ohtsu FP7000
Ohtsu FP7000
  • Price Range:  USD $64.99 to $155.99
    All Season

    OHTSU FP7000 offers outstanding all-weather responsiveness and exceptional affordability. Packed with high performance features that enhance cornering, braking and acceleration, the FP7000 delivers year-round, all-weather traction, smoothness and stability at an excellent value. The low profile sidewall appeals to many drivers looking for a tire to match their personal choice in transportation. Additionally, the FP7000 features a non- directional tread pattern that allows ease of rotation for improved tire life. The FP7000, a value tire with the strength of Ohtsu behind it.

    • A non-directional tread design offers excellent all-season performance, smooth ride, and multiple rotation patterns to help reduce irregular wear.
    • Tread wear indicators provide the driver with visual cues to help maximize tire life.
    • Variable shoulder tread block design helps reduce tread noise, providing a smooth, quiet ride.
    • High volume circumferential grooves deliver increased hydroplane resistance for improved wet weather performance.
    • Dual steel belts offer greater tread rigidity, increased structural strength, and superior grip.
    • Belt cap improves high speed stability and handling.

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    Overall: 4.1  
  • 2/21/2014
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  • Size: 225/45R17 (2009 Subaru Impreza 4 Dr Sedan WRX Premium with 40225 KM of Tire Wear )
    Anonymous is a Aggressive Driver (Hard Cornering)
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    Pretty good tires. Were equipped on car when I purchased used. I had never heard of the OHTSU brand and I have been fairly impressed with these tires so far (about 25K thus far) not really good in any measurable snow but in the rain and dry they do pretty good. Overall, I am pleased with these tires.
    Overall: 4.4  
  • 1/13/2014
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  • Size: 225/50R17 ( 500 KM of Tire Wear )
    Anonymous is a Confident, Experienced Driver
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    Just budget purchased these tires and while I will have zero input for snow I can say that in severe rainfall and standing water they operated flawlessly, also on dry pavement at highway speed they are as quiet as my previous tires (rhymes with fishalin). I am totally satisfied and hope your company grows without boundaries, thanks for a great product!
    Overall: 4.9  
  • 12/31/2013
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  • Size: 205/55R16 (2012 Volkswagen GTI 2 Dr Hatchback Base with 804 KM of Tire Wear )
    Anonymous is a Aggressive Driver (Hard Cornering)
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    Falken actually produces this tire now, and it is an excellent tire for the cost. I have these babies mounted on steel rims and they've been excellent for snowy New England in 2013 so far. I'm actually looking forward to more snow so I can really see how good they hold up.
    Overall: 4.7  
  • 11/27/2013
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  • Size: 205/55R16 (2010 Volkswagen GTI 4-Door with 20000 KM of Tire Wear )
    Anonymous is a Confident, Experienced Driver
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    These tires are phenomenal for my weather conditions in Vancouver. They are excellent in Wet and Dry, but are still great on snow and ice. Plus this is my 3rd season on them, and they are still 50% tread
    Overall: 2.9  
  • 9/15/2013
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  • Size: 205/40R17 (2003 Mazda MazdaSpeed Protege (MazdaSpeed Protege) with 6000 KM of Tire Wear )
    Anonymous is a Aggressive Driver (Hard Cornering)
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    First; There's two kinds of cheap tires. ones that last a long time and have terrible grip and ride. and the ones that are sticky, but wear faster. In my opinion these tires sit on the far end of the sticky side. For the first 6000km they surprised me around every corner, even in the wet, there was no understeer to be had. But, after abusing them on there first track day, the understeer started to come out. Noticeable in the rain now if I push corners. they didn't wear as fast as I though, lapping all night and probably only lost a mm of tread. keep in mind car has -4 degrees camber and the noise probably wouldnt be as bad if closer to 0.
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