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Has anybody had any experience (good or bad) with these tyres??

according to this months max power mag, they're very good but wondered if you guys have ever tried them?

i'm just shopping around for tyres at the minute.

....Click me for link to Marangoni Zeta Linea Tyres....

cheers :D

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Yeah i've got these on my car...not bad at all I must say, good in the wet and they have a mean tread pattern!!

yea, the tread pattern is awesome :D

i just heard that these are just as good as the eagle F1's in terms of performance, but have a better life span

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Has anybody had any experience (good or bad) with these tyres??

according to this months max power mag, they're very good but wondered if you guys have ever tried them?

i'm just shopping around for tyres at the minute.

....Click me for link to Marangoni Zeta Linea Tyres....

cheers :D

Very much a muscle tyre, with an aggressive 'I will grip' tread pattern.

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Has anybody had any experience (good or bad) with these tyres??

according to this months max power mag, they're very good but wondered if you guys have ever tried them?

i'm just shopping around for tyres at the minute.

....Click me for link to Marangoni Zeta Linea Tyres....

cheers :D

Very much a muscle tyre, with an aggressive 'I will grip' tread pattern.

but are they decent tony???

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Has anybody had any experience (good or bad) with these tyres??

according to this months max power mag, they're very good but wondered if you guys have ever tried them?

i'm just shopping around for tyres at the minute.

....Click me for link to Marangoni Zeta Linea Tyres....

cheers :D

Very much a muscle tyre, with an aggressive 'I will grip' tread pattern.

but are they decent tony???

Middle to good, the price is beneath the benefits for sure..... but there are better makes on the market now.... The F1DSG measured against customer feed back, rules the roust at the moment.

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Has anybody had any experience (good or bad) with these tyres??

according to this months max power mag, they're very good but wondered if you guys have ever tried them?

i'm just shopping around for tyres at the minute.

....Click me for link to Marangoni Zeta Linea Tyres....

cheers :D

Very much a muscle tyre, with an aggressive 'I will grip' tread pattern.

but are they decent tony???

Middle to good, the price is beneath the benefits for sure..... but there are better makes on the market now.... The F1DSG measured against customer feed back, rules the roust at the moment.

Is that the Goodyear Eagle F1 GSD3 you're on about??

i'm oredering them up later so wanna get the best to be honest :D

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Has anybody had any experience (good or bad) with these tyres??

according to this months max power mag, they're very good but wondered if you guys have ever tried them?

i'm just shopping around for tyres at the minute.

....Click me for link to Marangoni Zeta Linea Tyres....

cheers :D

Very much a muscle tyre, with an aggressive 'I will grip' tread pattern.

but are they decent tony???

Middle to good, the price is beneath the benefits for sure..... but there are better makes on the market now.... The F1DSG measured against customer feed back, rules the roust at the moment.

Is that the Goodyear Eagle F1 GSD3 you're on about??

i'm oredering them up later so wanna get the best to be honest :D

Yep!....... It's the favorite over all marques at the moment.

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Has anybody had any experience (good or bad) with these tyres??

according to this months max power mag, they're very good but wondered if you guys have ever tried them?

i'm just shopping around for tyres at the minute.

....Click me for link to Marangoni Zeta Linea Tyres....

cheers :D

Very much a muscle tyre, with an aggressive 'I will grip' tread pattern.

but are they decent tony???

Middle to good, the price is beneath the benefits for sure..... but there are better makes on the market now.... The F1DSG measured against customer feed back, rules the roust at the moment.

Is that the Goodyear Eagle F1 GSD3 you're on about??

i'm oredering them up later so wanna get the best to be honest :D

Yep!....... It's the favorite over all marques at the moment.

Have to agree, these are the ones that Tony fitted for me and are the best tyres i've had. Held up very well at bruntingsthorpe, awesome when they get hot, started to marble towards the end of day but back as new after a few mins nice driving.

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well after a lot of debate and talking to various different tyre dealers and reading up in 'Which' magazine and Max Power, i've opted for the e.

Got a great price on them aswell, so fingers crossed they'll be the buisness!!

Getting them fitted on saturday...so watch this space!! :D :D

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Just to update anybody interested in these tyres.......

I got them fitted today by the boys at Nottingham 4 wheel car allignment (great peeps and top service :D )

the tyres look very aggressive with a mean tread pattern and they hold the road like super glue.

If any of you guys happen to have this month's max power mag, then there's a track/road test between the marangoni, dunlop SP, Toyo T1 and Yoko (can't remember which), etc and these bad boys beat them all.

when it decide's to rain a little i'll go see if they're worth their money :winky:

i'll get a pic posted at some point.

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which tyres did you go 4 in the end mate.was it the eagle f1's.what price did you get em if you dont mind me asking.im after some all round.

like i said mate, i went for the marangoni's. they are very good and good value (just a little cheaper than the F1's).

read the article in max power if u need convincing. :D :D

i was offered eagle F1's at £90 a corner and the marangoni's just a little under that

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in your reply you said you went for the e.is that an abbrevation for marangonis,or is e the model.

not sure why its come out like that :huh:

i got the marangoni zeta linea's :D

i was gonna post a pic but can't for some reason

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nice one mate,i like the thought of these tyres i may go for them,im using the bridgestone potenzas at the moment and they are good but want something a bit more meaty,these should do the trick.will be interesting to see how you find them in the wet.

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nice one mate,i like the thought of these tyres i may go for them,im using the bridgestone potenzas at the moment and they are good but want something a bit more meaty,these should do the trick.will be interesting to see how you find them in the wet.

yea, i've switched from the bridgestone potenza RE040 to these and they are SOOOO much better. :D

if the image posting gets sorted :whistling: then i'll get a pic up for ya mate :winky:

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ok, here are the pics (thanks to lee_iceman for sorting me out :D )

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http://www.lee-moseley.co.uk/images/misc/i..._is200_tyre.jpg

whilst the wheels were off i decided it was about time i got the caliper decals on:

http://www.lee-moseley.co.uk/images/misc/i...200_caliper.jpg

:D

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That is one mean tyre tread.

£90 a corner for the f1's isn't bad.

yea £90 for the F1's is the best price (by far) i've found. that price was all in, fitted, valved and balanced. :D

the marangoni's were slightly less but all in all, the boys a nottingham 4 wheel carallignment did a great job and offer very competitive prices!!

yes, its a very mean tread pattern :winky: :D

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