4 x 195/50/15 R15 82V Toyo Proxes T1-R (T1R) Road/Track Day Tyres - 1955015 £131.81 @ DemonTweeks on eBay £118.63 with code
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4 x 195/50/15 R15 82V Toyo Proxes T1-R (T1R) Road/Track Day Tyres - 1955015 £131.81 @ DemonTweeks on eBay £118.63 with code

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Toyo Proxes T1-R - High Performance Road Tyre. The Toyo T1-R is the natural choice for enthusiastic, performance car drivers and is available in a wide range of sizes. It has been developed from the extremely popular T1-S and is outstanding for all types of performance road driving. The Toyo Proxes T1-R boasts a special performance compound and tread pattern which gives incredible road holding in all conditions, especially in the wet.

The V-Shaped grooves in the tread pattern pump water away allowing the rubber to grip the road. These are bounded by circumferential grooves which allow the Proxes T1-R to give you even better wet grip whilst being quieter and longer lasting. These design elements are not just practical, they also make the tyre look spectacular. Extensive testing has been conducted at Toyo’s own proving ground in Japan as well as the UK to ensure the tyres perform at their best in all road conditions. Toyo are one of the world’s leading tyre producers, so when you buy a Toyo tyre, you can be confident that you’re buying one of the best.
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Use discount code PAYDAY10 to bring the price down to £118.63

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zx636r22 m ago

Thanks, my Veyron needs a new set of tyres..


Your Veyron has 15” wheels? That must look comical no?
Edited by: "CloudHeaven" 3rd Feb
Great on your.............. VW CORRADO'S
T1-Rs are terrible tyres. Used to use these years ago when I didn't know any better. Very poor performance compared to the best these days.

Better to spend more as you're talking the difference between being able to avoid a crash, major injury, death etc
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Shows £15 postage for me, still a good price for half decent tyres, much better than no-name crap. Though they are a road tyre, it would be the R1-R that would be more for track days etc
I used to have T1-Rs on my Celica and loved them. Wish I still had a car deserving of those tyres.
andyzetec10 m ago

Shows £15 postage for me, still a good price for half decent tyres, much …Shows £15 postage for me, still a good price for half decent tyres, much better than no-name crap. Though they are a road tyre, it would be the R1-R that would be more for track days etc


Showing free delivery on mine
Great on your.............. VW CORRADO'S
Wife used to have these on her old Honda S2000, very good tyres
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dannyboy00721 m ago

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THANKS MWAN1828 & DANNYBOY £118 DELIVERED FOR 4
The ratings on these tyres aren't very promising at g and e for a branded tyre seems odd.
T1-R and track day! They will melt in seconds.

Never again.
Not the longest lasting tyre in my experience but heat for the price
Thanks, my Veyron needs a new set of tyres..
zx636r22 m ago

Thanks, my Veyron needs a new set of tyres..


Your Veyron has 15” wheels? That must look comical no?
Edited by: "CloudHeaven" 3rd Feb
CloudHeaven36 m ago

Your Veyron has 15” wheels? That must look comical no?


Great price @mwan1828 even without the code but with the code (thanks for pointing it out @dannyboy2007 ) its excellent, have pointed a couple of family members this way, heat added, thanks for sharing!
Think track tyre could be an overstatement

I had those on front axle for three weeks I don’t remember liking those over conti sport contact.

I stick to barums now anyway
T1-Rs are terrible tyres. Used to use these years ago when I didn't know any better. Very poor performance compared to the best these days.

Better to spend more as you're talking the difference between being able to avoid a crash, major injury, death etc
T1-Rs are overly soft for a track tyre unless you're in a super light vehicle (mx-5, 106?) - and even then I couldn't wait to get them off my 5. Soft soft sidewalls, lots of rolling, lots of edge wear.

My current track tyre is a nankang NS2-R, but that's on a Punto with a massive diesel lump so they need a little more reinforcement. For the money, NS2-Rs are superb.
Robj18 h, 53 m ago

Wife used to have these on her old Honda S2000, very good tyres


Old...... lol

That car will still smoke 90 % of cars on the road
Just about the right fitment for a 306 on Cyclone alloys lol, takes me back ten years. 50 profile was always much cheaper than the original 55s that came on the car
Wet grip performance E. No thanks.
mrsmr25 h, 36 m ago

T1-R and track day! They will melt in seconds. Never again.


They are alright on a wet track day. I take two sets of wheels, one with some proper track tyres and another (that I drive there on) with my daily / wet tyres. Usually run R1Rs for that set but just bought these as for a hundred quid you just can't go wrong.
I had real problems with these tyres after fitting 4 on my car. Gave it a floating feel, so much do I got rid of the car
I have these (in other sizes)on my weekend MR2 roadster....great grip/handling tyres,the only thing I don't like is they are very sticky for a time when new and when going over any loose chippings etc they stick to the tyres and get thrown up hitting the underside the car....think they are best suited on smaller lighter cars.
Edited by: "BattleBeast1" 3rd Feb
kowalski998 m ago

I had real problems with these tyres after fitting 4 on my car. Gave it a …I had real problems with these tyres after fitting 4 on my car. Gave it a floating feel, so much do I got rid of the car


Mine was the opposite,stuck to the road like glue....suppose it depends on the car and tyre size..some say the walls are quite flexible.
shame no 225/45/17
oldskoolpug1 h, 33 m ago

Old...... lolThat car will still smoke 90 % of cars on the road


As long as it still has all its gears lol
zx636r3 h, 10 m ago

Thanks, my Veyron needs a new set of tyres..


Stick a set of part worns on it lol
These T1R's are immense! Had them on my modified R55 Clubman Cooper S, you had so much grip in the dry, but the wet was a bit dicey. Considering getting some in the summer for my NA MX5
BattleBeast140 m ago

I have these (in other sizes)on my weekend MR2 roadster....great …I have these (in other sizes)on my weekend MR2 roadster....great grip/handling tyres,the only thing I don't like is they are very sticky for a time when new and when going over any loose chippings etc they stick to the tyres and get thrown up hitting the underside the car....think they are best suited on smaller lighter cars.


I'm trying to work out whether to get them for my '04, had a quick search on the ROC and with the discount and adding the other two staggered sizes (225/40/16 I assume? the four would set me back about £190.

But I've already got four 225/45/18 tyres piled up in the house ready to go on the Mini, and I'm not convinced that a. the missus will agree to having more tyres stacked up in the house and b. I'm going to be able to find somewhere local to fit them for less than £15 a corner.

This size (195/50/15) is only £48 fitted on Halfords website anyway

Decisions decisions
Track tyres lmao these should be called Toyo widow makers they're utter garbage. Fine for tootling around but track days erm no.... Ad08r's is your best bet for an all round road legal track tyre
Looks like the Pilot Sport 4s and Conti Premium Contact 6s are the best tyres in the larger wheel (18") category.

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Toyo T1s are one of the poorer performers:

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I wouldn't call them track day tyres either, but as a road tyre I think they're okay, as others have said it very much depends on the car (not just weight but suspension setup too) - I currently have Continentals on mine and it's like driving on marbles, but they're generally considered to be very good - I'm not going to say Continentals are ditch finders just because they don't work well on my car.
Edited by: "Aliwoo18" 3rd Feb
This is interesting - the official ratings are:

Tyre fuel efficiency (A-G): G
Wet grip performance (A-G): E
External rolling noise (dB; class): 71

So basically, they're not good for fuel economy, they don't grip well in the wet and they're noisy!
Awful tyres. Overrated I'm afraid.
Caused many accidents for few people I know.
Much too soft for daily driving.
Just don't.
i think these tramline quite a bit , had them on scooby 2004
Had these on a Renault 9 turbo, they were very dissapointing and would wheelspin very easy.
andyzetec12 h, 30 m ago

Shows £15 postage for me, still a good price for half decent tyres, much …Shows £15 postage for me, still a good price for half decent tyres, much better than no-name crap. Though they are a road tyre, it would be the R1-R that would be more for track days etc


Agreed, I hear these T's are terrible in the wet in track.
free fitting?
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Just checked my nissan leaf...these are too small....damn
oldskoolpug3 h, 20 m ago

Old...... lolThat car will still smoke 90 % of cars on the road


I think in general 90% of cars can be smoked by the other 10%.
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