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How long do they last? MT ET Street R

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I keep all my time slips (OCD) and was looking through them and I've got about 35 passes on the MT ET Street R tires. Anyone wear out a set and have an idea of how long they last? Mine are just barely above the wear bars in the center, but that might be more for the DOT aspect of them? If they only last 30ish passes I'm going with something else. My Hoosier slicks lasted FOREVER. Probably 100+ passes in comparison.
 

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My 315's will be a year old in January & have a lot of passes on them, still have 4/32 of tread left.
My buddy has the 18 R's & has them for 1.5 years but their past the wear bar.
 

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I log all my runs in excel (also OCD), I currently have 29 runs on my latest set and they are good for next season. My last pair got 117 passes before my 60ft started to suffer and I decided to replace.

I also drive to and from the track each time, 80 miles round trip
 

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I log all my runs in excel (also OCD), I currently have 29 runs on my latest set and they are good for next season. My last pair got 117 passes before my 60ft started to suffer and I decided to replace.

I also drive to and from the track each time, 80 miles round trip
I do the same, 125 miles round trip.
 

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I have at least 175 passes on my Etr's with approximately 1300 miles on them. Mine are now finished I have ran them right down to the cords at the track. Once those wear lines are gone that's when the tires hook the best. Once you start seeing the woven strings hanging off there done.
 

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I have at least 175 passes on my Etr's with approximately 1300 miles on them. Mine are now finished I have ran them right down to the cords at the track. Once those wear lines are gone that's when the tires hook the best. Once you start seeing the woven strings hanging off there done.
I have about the same amount of passes but about 2500 street miles on them( only driving to and from the track ) . Street R's require very little burn out

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I have about the same amount of passes but about 2500 street miles on them( only driving to and from the track ) . Street R's require very little burn out

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I agree they don't require it but sometimes I can't control my foot.:ROFLMAO: Actually I am very impressed with how long the ETRs have lasted considering I have done some really heavy burnouts on them.
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Great info guys, thanks. I had some challenges at the track recently with 60' and wanted to make sure these tires were unlikely to be the culprit.
 

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Great info guys, thanks. I had some challenges at the track recently with 60' and wanted to make sure these tires were unlikely to be the culprit.
I got my best 60 last time I was at the track with worn out ETRs. I had to cut the cords with scissors twice but still managed a PB 60 ft of 1.461 Hpindy had a good theory. He said the compound is the same the whole way threw the tire and as you wear down the tread the tires actually get a wider footprint.
 
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MT street etr
Got to put some heat in them for the Demon.
 

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