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This is a discussion on stock tires directional? within the Suspension & Wheels forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Originally Posted by rage-wrx I generate gas without moving...

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    That is false. It doesn't just save gas. Think about it. If you are using gas to go forwards, then you must be generating gas when you are going reverse. Simple.
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    Hold up... you guys found reverse? I have been looking for that for 6 months now...
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    Hold up... you guys found reverse? I have been looking for that for 6 months now...
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    Quote Originally Posted by 13psi- View Post
    Ok, I have 13 wrx when i got the car I bought winter tires and rims for it which are directional..
    So I’m going to put the stock tires and rims back on the car ..
    I see that there is an outside and inside but are the stock tires directional?
    Thanks in advance..
    To answer your question; asymetrical tires are not directional. They have a different traead pattern on each side so must be mounted with the correct side out which means that they rotate in different directions on each side of the car.

    Directional tires have a symetrical tread, the same both sides, and must be mounted to rotate in the correct direction.

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