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Sticky Street Tire

Have to agree, it looks great both ways.
But those hubcaps grab you like the early hot wheels cars.
Back in the day one wouldn't even consider a radial vs bias for performance compond traction. But the technology has come a long ways for radials. M/T street slick (ET street SS) will likely get you at or very near top traction compond and design. Nitto has some decent low profile options if sporting larger custom rims. (The tuner crowds favorite.) I myself have not had best experience with Good Years. Especially in resent years. I run Hoosier full slicks for drag race track use.