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      09-05-2012, 12:14 PM   #4
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Originally Posted by CanAutM3 View Post
No issue with running NT01s on the street. I have done it, albeit not for a 100 miles.

Stuff to consider though:

They absolutely suck in the wet, so if it rains, you're in trouble...

R-comps are more prone to pick up road debris and and as such are more prone to get a puncture. So consider the risk.

NT01 don't really need to be heat cycled or broken in.

Enjoy your track day
NEVER drive behind a car running r-comps on the street...unless you want your front bumper to be continuously pelted by pebbles.