Track Dog Racing

Fusion HRI All season tire

[11/15/2007] Reviewed by: Robert J Robertson -

Applicable to: '90 - '97 1.6 liter

Fuzion HRI All Season Tire

Just purchased two for them for the rear of my 1990 Miata. Discontinued Kumhos on the front still.

I just purchased two 195-60 Fuzion HRI tires for my 1990 Miata. I daily drive 70 miles on I540 in North Carolina at 80+ MPH year round. The ZRI reports looked good but I needed a rain and snow tire. Today as I left the tire store it Pored and these tires are great on our Miata's in the rain. I'll use the ZRI's for autocross next year but for this winter it looks like I'll be happy with the HRI's.

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Fusion ZRi 195/50/15

[8/1/2006] Reviewed by: Jim Weaver -

Applicable to: '90 - '97 1.8 liter

Fusion ZRi 195/50/15 high performance tires at bargin price.

I have now had these tires for several months and have just returned from The Gap. I had not put these tires through the paces up until this weekend. I can tell you this tire did everything I asked it to. I only had one little wiggle the entire time I was there and that was caused by wet spots on the road. The tires behaved great under hard driving. They chirp when they are close to breaking loose and stick very well for a street tire. Even Wayah road wasn't a problem. I did some screaming through all the roads I took and can say I would definitely purchase these tires again.

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Fusion ZRi

[3/14/2005] Reviewed by: John Corcoran -

Applicable to: '99 + 1.8 liter

Fusion ZRi tires 205/45/16

I purchased a '02 SE to replace my '02 base model which was totaled last summer, and the owner had just put these tires on. I was sceptical at first, never really heard of them, had originally planned to take them off right away. My base model had OEM Toyos on it. Having put about 4000 miles on them, I can honestly say they aren't bad. I don't track the car at all ( but drive it like it was meant to be driven ) so I have no experience in that area, but for everyday driving they are just as capable as the Toyo, and are fine in the rain. There is also a ridge built into them to protect the wheel from curb rash. Not having seen a review for these, I thought I would put in my 2 cents. If you use your car in a simular fashion as myself, and you need tires and don't want to spend a lot of money, these are worth a look.

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