$1,000 vs $3,700 Wheels and Tires | HiLow

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    $1000 set of wheels and tires vs. $4000 set of wheels and tires. Does more expensive mean more better? And is it worth it?
    We bought two identical Nissan 350z coupes and have been modifying them to be FUN, daily drivers that you can take to the track. James Pumphrey and Zach Jobe are on Team Hi and their 350z gets the expensive parts. Nolan Sykes and Aaron Parker are on Team Low, and their 350z gets the cheap ones.
    For this episode Team Hi bought Advan RG3’s at $676 per wheel and Bridgestone Potenza RE71Rs at $265 per tire for a total of $3,764.
    Team Low went with XXR 527s at $127 per wheel and Federal 595 RS-RR at $136 per tire for a total of $1,052.
    The two teams will mount these wheel and tire setups on their newly lowered 350Zs and then take them out to the skidpad. We’ll look at 0 to 60 times, stopping distances, how many Gs they can pull. Can cheap tires match the performance of the expensive brands?
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  • Luca
    Luca 7 hours ago

    Cheap tires = Easy drift

  • Spiritcr1jsher
    Spiritcr1jsher 10 hours ago

    Clearly the more expensive wheels and tire made a huge impact since the high car was originally slower .

  • anthony lerma
    anthony lerma 14 hours ago

    why you don't get your bream car okay get the corvtte or the toyota supera

  • Ashit Pawar
    Ashit Pawar Day ago

    You had the opportunity to rhyme Clout with Snout and you missed it. Tch. Tch. Tch. 14:47

  • Tony Ingram
    Tony Ingram Day ago

    Only reason I watch is because of the car stuff, the stupid comedy is going to make me stop watching

  • Epic Ward
    Epic Ward Day ago

    I think you pay 100% more for 15% improvement. so basically it is a question of "is it worth it" for the 15%

  • EddieGuy VH
    EddieGuy VH Day ago

    Nice! But now I think you should try Michelin and Dunlop for high end tires. From experience, those are the best. Sorry if they're not american but hey, only the germans know how to build a proper car and the french used to ;)

  • Denis Deari
    Denis Deari Day ago

    Can’t even get the thumbnail and title right

  • Sir Rivet
    Sir Rivet Day ago

    If I tried to lift the 20lb wheel, I would break my back probably.

  • Nos and mods
    Nos and mods Day ago

    I love toyo

  • Nos and mods
    Nos and mods Day ago

    Z boys 🤦‍♂️ and yes I’m a beemer boy

  • poopoo peepee
    poopoo peepee 2 days ago

    for the cheap tires you really should have gone with Achilles. now THAT is cheap. lol

  • Jacob Akers
    Jacob Akers 2 days ago

    The size of the contact patch has nothing to do with the width of the tire. This is a very common misconception. There have been extensive tests done to prove that a wider tire does not equal a greater sized contact patch.
    The type of rubber used, thickness of the rubber, and the air pressure are what dictates the size of the contact patch.
    Take a tire that is 300mm wide vs a tire that is 250mm wide. Assuming that the tires are identical (except for the width of them) and the air pressures are identical, the wider tire may have a contact patch of 275mm wide x 20mm long. This would give a contact patch area of 275mm x 20mm to equal 5,500 mm^2. For the tire that has a width of 250mm, the contact patch would be less wide, say 225mm, but the length would be longer to equal the same 5,500 mm^2, so 5,500 mm^2 / 225mm to equal 24.44mm in length.

  • veleriphon
    veleriphon 2 days ago

    Wheels? No. Tires? YES!

  • rc quadcopters and drones

    Do race seats

  • Adam Lee
    Adam Lee 2 days ago

    Great video, love your guys work, but I do think it’s worth mentioning one tiny aspect about wheel fitment that you left out that’s super important: hub bore.

  • Purva K
    Purva K 2 days ago

    What does “break loose” mean in this context?

  • Hank Hill
    Hank Hill 3 days ago +2

    I have xxr's exactly like those but they're gold and look amazing lmao I'm glad Nolan thinks so too haha 😂

  • Johnny Grenda
    Johnny Grenda 3 days ago

    Lighter weight better built.... Skip the reps.
    Wheels and tires.....MOFOSHO

  • Imnotverycreative
    Imnotverycreative 3 days ago

    James - how do you know?

  • Russell Sleight
    Russell Sleight 3 days ago

    "I want a car that can break the rear end loose when I want to"

    Well I have your solution: MORE POWAH BABY!

  • JRS Channel
    JRS Channel 3 days ago

    I like this series✅

  • Jaybruhh
    Jaybruhh 4 days ago +1

    *_How light and hevy do the wheels weight_*

  • Synamo
    Synamo 4 days ago +1

    Anyone triggered when he said ‘more better’

  • Ohio Till I die
    Ohio Till I die 4 days ago +1

    Am I the only one who thinks the cheaper wheels look better

  • Team VANL
    Team VANL 4 days ago

    10:24 that edit made me immediately think about initial D

  • matsu rocka
    matsu rocka 5 days ago +1

    That’s federal is a drift tire. Smoke it and dispose of it just like a condom on a stripper

    • Chris P
      Chris P 3 days ago

      They pushed a heavy 2011 mustang on 275's around Auto Club Speedway Roval @ 1:55, they don't just drift.

  • Ricardo Hernandez
    Ricardo Hernandez 5 days ago

    What about cardi b?

  • ItsScruffy
    ItsScruffy 5 days ago

    6:53 imagine torquing lugs, I run 3 lugs on each tire torqued to 2 Ugga duggas

  • HotRod Ray
    HotRod Ray 5 days ago

    Would like to have seen a tire/wheel swap. Just to see. 😎😎
    Maybe at least the cheap set on the high car.

  • Bradey Harrill
    Bradey Harrill 5 days ago

    I kinda want to see the federals matched with KW suspension and run the 60-0 test

  • R8CEHORSE
    R8CEHORSE 5 days ago

    Love RE-71R's!!!

  • Phung Jr.
    Phung Jr. 5 days ago

    I have 18x8.5 30 what tires size should I get ?? 🥺🥺🥺

  • Errir 404
    Errir 404 5 days ago

    What if yall got two different types of Z series?

  • Declan Shlug
    Declan Shlug 5 days ago

    Imagine not liking rg2's

  • willyolio
    willyolio 5 days ago

    the dumbest thing about tires is still the fact that they have 3 numbers, all measuring the width of something, and they choose 3 different units of measurement to do it.

  • Leland Holton
    Leland Holton 5 days ago

    A baseball bat between the fender and the wheel works very nicely for rolling fenders.

  • RYAN GUERCIO
    RYAN GUERCIO 6 days ago

    No need to explain yourself to anyone guys! You didn’t get a sponsorship and so what if you did. This series is awesome and saves people money and hassle. Great work.

  • Neg Ative
    Neg Ative 6 days ago

    The extra four pounds come mainly from the additional spokes. Stick both in a bathtub and measure the difference in displacement.
    I’m going to have to try those Federals on my MR2T. It eats rear tires in 18k miles with a proper alignment on every set. I’ve been running Firestone Indy 500 255/45-17 but I want to push them to 275

  • Thomas Rollins
    Thomas Rollins 6 days ago

    Did you say “bouncing like my wife’s ass on my face”, James? Lmao

  • Jordan Finzi
    Jordan Finzi 6 days ago

    Ok! So you spent 4X more and didn't get 4X better Results!

  • TJ Srisawat
    TJ Srisawat 7 days ago

    thanks for the KGs

  • mitch houston
    mitch houston 7 days ago +20

    I think the final question, instead of “Does more money = more better” because 99% that answer will be yes, the question should be “Is more money worth it”

  • NFL YoungBoy
    NFL YoungBoy 7 days ago

    2007 Nissan Murano 235/65/18

  • Wes Acord
    Wes Acord 7 days ago

    I love U Guys

  • Landry Kilpatrick
    Landry Kilpatrick 7 days ago

    yall always have very detailed videos, i appreciate the content. Keep it up!

  • Reploidx9
    Reploidx9 7 days ago

    Also, last ep, the lo car had a 0.04 sec lead over hi, which was 'negligible' but here the hi car has a 0.05 sec lead over lo car (in the slalom) and that's somehow huge? What is this bias?

  • Reploidx9
    Reploidx9 7 days ago

    Why does 10:10 look like they swapped the video for the RE71-R and stock tyres? Sketchy much?

  • Rahm Rainn
    Rahm Rainn 7 days ago

    Is it me or do the the Federal 595 tires look way better? I like the flame pattern of the treads.

  • Toney's Reviews
    Toney's Reviews 7 days ago

    I like Kumho tires honestly

  • Roadtoad
    Roadtoad 8 days ago +1

    End of the commercial right before the rtesults click-->13:04

  • Billby666
    Billby666 8 days ago

    Why does one of you ALWAYS get the good shit and the other gets the bad shit?

  • James4wd
    James4wd 8 days ago

    I'm really confused, why are they recycling old videos?

  • Justin S
    Justin S 8 days ago

    Was that a fart at 0:36?

  • Reece Taylor
    Reece Taylor 8 days ago

    Low wheels look way better

  • Chuck Anerobi
    Chuck Anerobi 9 days ago

    It not a comparison between bad vs good, or good vs better.
    It is better vs best.

  • VELDCOR
    VELDCOR 9 days ago

    Firestone never forget

  • Evan Tone
    Evan Tone 9 days ago

    I have 205/50/15 re71rs on my Miata lol

  • Jack Spearman
    Jack Spearman 9 days ago

    Exhaust systems next?

  • Braydon Joslin
    Braydon Joslin 9 days ago

    great upload, watched from beginning to end! you guys should test out stock nismo and see the difference haha