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  1. Bonafidestack

    Bridgestone Potenza S007a

    Recently saw this post from Southeast Tyres and they have stocked up the new S007a tyres from Bridgestone. I went to their website and the tyres look quite amazing on the performance. However, I find the thread pattern a bit bland compared to RE003 and S001. Has anyone tried this tyre?
  2. Just changed to this set of new eco tyres, Bridgestone EP 300 yesterday evening at SE Tyres Co with Uncle Ming. This new model is an upgrade from EP 200. My initial feel of this eco tyres on the road so far has been quiet (maybe becos it is new) but the grip on dry roads been doing well so far. Cornering at 60km/h has been a breeze. Stiffer sidewalls improve body roll which I like. What I like is that it has enhanced NanoPro-Tech with a new polymer that provides enhanced wet grip due to an increased contact area that grips wet road surfaces with higher frictional force at the micro-level. In addition, the new tread pattern contributes to anti-hydroplaning performance, better handling and reduced noise. I also learnt from Uncle Ming that the EP 300 deeper lug depth on the tyre shoulder is designed to strengthen durability and increase wear resistance. The tyre also features new tread design to better control tyre deformation and provide long-lasting tyre life through a uniform wear pattern. Will monitor the tyres further to see how it performs down the road. http://www.torque.com.sg/18675/bridgestone-introduces-ecopia-ep300-singapore/ https://www.bridgestone.com.sg/ecopia_ep300.html https://youtu.be/6CbgsequQoo
  3. Hi, Anyone use Bridgestone techno sport tyres before? Any review will be much appreciated. Time to change tyres for my ride.
  4. LemuelWong

    Tyre size 195/50r16

    Can anyone recommend any tyre shop that carries this size? its pretty hard to find it. been calling a few shops and they dont really carry this size. Thanks in advance! looking at michelin or bridgestone. or if theres any recommendations! thanks!
  5. Suhaimiebrahim

    New Ford Mondeo

    HI ALL BROS, THE NEW MONDEO LOOK STUNNING AND HAS THE ASTON MARTIN LOOK....BUT ANYONE TEST DRIVE THIS RIDE BEFORE?
  6. My current set of Bridgestone RE001 (205/50/R17) has been used for 3 years and it's high time for me to replace them soonest possible. I have checked with 2 tire shops and below are what they have quoted: Shop A - CSC 5 (215/45/R17) - $230 per pc nett. (Inclusive of GST, installation, balancing, FOC tyre repairs & unlimited rotations every 10,000k with purchase of 4 tyres). Shop B - Bridgestone RE001 (205/50/R17) $220 per pc nett (Inclusive of GST, installation, balancing). This shop does not have CSC 5 but quoted me CSC 3 (215/45/R17) @ $265 per pc (High price as this model is NOT ON OFFER). The price of CSC 5 and RE001 quoted by these two tire shops are quite competitive. Which one is the better deal? Your feedback is much appreciated.
  7. Fsn3576

    Bridgestone Turanza GR-100

    Bridgestone’s all new “First Class Comfort” tyres to hit the roads from March 2014 Singapore (22 March 2014) – Bridgestone Tyre Sales Singapore Pte Ltd announced the introduction of its latest premium product, TURANZA GR-100 tyre, at a launch event held at Universal Studios Singapore. Anyone using it? feedbacks\comments? Just in time my GR90 wearing thin. Thanks
  8. Hi Bro/Sis, Any feedback on the mentioned tyre ? Currently on ad08r but already looking forward to my next set of 4. Therefore seeking some reviews for personal consumption I went to check it out with some of the stores and those who have it are Made in Thailand and 195/50/15 and cost abt SGD110-130.
  9. JJaassoonn

    Bridgestone GR100

    Dear all, any user on Bridgestone GR100 planning to change, but on my mind which tyre should i change, in term of grip ? 1) Michelin XM2 2) CPC 5 3) Bridgestone GR100 Thanks
  10. From now until 31st January 2018, enjoy an instant cash discount of $35 to $60 when you purchase any four pieces of selected Bridgestone passenger tyres and stand a chance to win a three-day, two-night staycation at a luxury hotel in Singapore. The $35 cash discount applies to the following tyres: Potenza Adrenalin RE003 Ecopia (all models) Techno Techno Sports Alenza 001 The $60 cash discount applies to: Potenza S001 (RFT/MOE inclusive) Potenza RE050A (RFT/MOE inclusive) Potenza RE-71R Turanza (all models, RFT/MOE inclusive) Dueler (all models, RFT/MOE inclusive) This festive promotion is only applicable to Bridgestone tyres sold by authorised and participating Bridgestone dealers with completed warranty registration submitted via the Bridgestone website. Tyres that are parallel-imported or sold by unauthorised sources will not be accepted. Instant cash discounts will be given instantly by the authorised and participating Bridgestone dealer at the point of payment. The electronic draw will be held on 23rd February 2018 at 3:00pm at Bridgestone Tyre Sales Singapore Pte Ltd's office, located at 491B River Valley Road #16-03/04 Valley Point, Singapore 248373. The winner will be notified by a phone call or via email. He/she must be present in person at the Bridgestone office and bring along the proof of purchase to collect the prize. Please visit www.bridgestone.com.sg/FestivePromotion/ for more information.
  11. Hello, everybody! It's your most friendly and charitable moderator here! I would like to share with you this charity drive that is organised by Bridgestone Tyre Sales Singapore Pte Ltd. Your contribution will mean a lot to the breast cancer awareness. I always believe that as much as you take/earn, you have to give back. And the best way is to give back to the society. The most common cancer in Singapore is Breast Cancer. " According to the most recent report from the Singapore Cancer Registry, between 2008 and 2012, breast cancer constituted 29.4 per cent of all cancers among women. During the same period, deaths from breast cancer made up 17.9 per cent of all female deaths by cancer, making it the biggest killer of women." Quote from The Straits Times -http://www.straitstimes.com/singapore/health/breast-cancer-understanding-the-most-common-cancer-for-women-in-singapore So Bridgestone Singapore is having a pink tyre valve cap donation sales. Each set of tyre valve cap is $4. All the proceeding will be donated to Breast Cancer Foundation. I would like to seek for every MCFers support for this meaningful event. This may not be the prettiest valve cap you can find. But it serves the purpose and also has a purpose. I bought a few of this last year and give it to my friends and colleagues who are driving. Here is the participating outlet! You guys can go and buy from here!
  12. JJaassoonn

    Bridgestone GR100

    Dear all, Any comment on the above tyre Bridgestone GR100 user ? I'm planning to change in few month time.
  13. Just wanna to share this video clip I come across. The tests was conducted by Auto-Zone from Taiwan sometime ago. They took 4 types of eco tyres - Michellin, Bridgestone, Yokohama Bluearth and Maxxis to test their grips on wet/dry conditions, brake effectiveness & fuel saving, etc. The end result Yokohama Bluearth AE50 is best among the other 3 - see attached result. See below the video clip last for 33 minutes and in mandarin. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qff1Bt7hk6c
  14. As above... 1. Bridgestone RE001 2. DZ101 3. Michelin PS3 For those who have used at least 2 of these, which ones have the: 1- Stiffest sidewall 2- BEST wet weather grip 3- POSITIVE steering feedback in all conditions I don't care about comfort levels, etc etc, only these three things.. I've used 3 sets of RE001s for nearly 4 years over 2 different cars (a Getz and then my current Lancer Ralliart as my daily driver), so kinda lost touch with the rest of the tyre range My last set of RE001s lasted exactly a year (time to change this week) when I clocked about 55,000km so that gives you an idea of the sort of driver I am. Any feedback would be greatly appreciated thanks :)
  15. Usually when we talk about comfort tyres we focus on the noise level. Will premium comfort tyres like bridgestone gr100 improve on the bumpiness or harshness of the car compared to performance tyres. Assume the same tyres size, profile, tyre pressure, rim and car.
  16. Will be changing my tyres soon (2 year plus) and currently running on PS3s (205/55/16). Been looking at the P7 and lowest price is $145 each. At the same time doing my home work on the new GR-100 which is $170 each. Anyone on P7s and GR-100s would like to give their reviews?
  17. Anyone have any feedback on the Bridgestone Dueler High Performance Sports tyre? Designed for SUVs/CUVs. Looking at 225/55 R18 size.
  18. Suhaimiebrahim

    Facelift Mazda 6

    Hi bro, Any one know when the facelift MZ 6 will arrive?Cheers
  19. Driven by popular demand, SG 50 promotion is back! Get an instant $50 off when you purchase a set of 4 Bridgestone tyres! Plus you will stand a chance to WIN a $2,500 worth of 3D2N staycation at Fairmont Hotel! For more info, visit Bridgestone Tyre Singapore Fan Page: https://www.facebook.com/bridgestonesg
  20. Chanced upon a promotional booth for this new line of tyres (maybe not so new considering how slow I am in catching up with motoring developments) in the middle of Orchard Rd today - Potenza S001 by Bridgestone. Direct comparisons are only between it and the Re050 which I have not used before - has anybody fitted these new rubbers yet and if so would you like to share your experience with us here? Currently on the RE11 and thinking of changing soon.. the S001 looks good on paper indeed. Potenza S001
  21. Hi would like some feedback from this tyre users. My Goodyear tyre got cracked on sidewall. This ER300 was recommended so like to hear more advise. I prefer comfort and quiet tyre.
  22. Mazdacar

    Bridgestone Turanza T001

    Hi. Anyone using the above tyre? Is it good for wet and dry grip? I tried searching but can't find any review.
  23. Tohto

    Bridgestone New GR90

    http://www.todayonline.com/Car/EDC091128-0...-for-quiescence GR80 had always been a good overall performance tyre (bias towards comfort). Let see how this new tyre perform..
  24. Hi anyone using Bridgestone Turanza AR10 tyres? What's are the pros and cons? Thanks.
  25. Hi guys, My ride is reaching 35k soon and I noted the wearing out situation on the tyres. I have read around and decided to go for Bridgestone GR90. Any workshops you would recommend and why? On another note, just wanna ask, if you happen to have a punctured tyre on the roads, what would you usually do if your vehicle doesn't have a spare tyre? I heard things like patching and even tolling the car to a workshop. Do we get things like to select which workshop to go to etc? Please enlighten me on this as I lack the experience. Thanks
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