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    How many miles did your Enasave (OEM) tires last?

    How long have your guy's enasave tires lasted?

    I know some of you have the rear alignment issues. Please state that if you know. These tires seem to have a wildly different life based on many factors.


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    No alignment completely bald,23-24k wear markers 27-29k completely bald.
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    At 31,800 miles, mine are down to about 10%. Nearly worn down to the bars, but all four are worn evenly. Not too bad for 100% city driving.

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    I have the rear toe close to 0 with a little too much camber on the right (-2.1 versus the -1.8 limit) rear, closing in on 14k miles. Rears have worn right at 1/64th, fronts at 3/64. Useable is 12/64 leaving 1/8th inch or 4 /64th at the wear bars.

    Based on current wear the fronts should go 52k miles. The rears about twice that if not rotated. I plan on rotating at 20k miles, so I would say between 50-60k miles with rotations every 20k. Fronts are wearing about 3 times as fast as the rears.

    I have another set of Ensaves I got from a board member at 3k miles with no wear to replace the ones that came on the car as built.

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    Quote Originally Posted by old mechanic View Post
    I have the rear toe close to 0 with a little too much camber on the right (-2.1 versus the -1.8 limit) rear, closing in on 14k miles. Rears have worn right at 1/64th, fronts at 3/64. Useable is 12/64 leaving 1/8th inch or 4 /64th at the wear bars.

    Based on current wear the fronts should go 52k miles. The rears about twice that if not rotated. I plan on rotating at 20k miles, so I would say between 50-60k miles with rotations every 20k. Fronts are wearing about 3 times as fast as the rears.

    I have another set of Ensaves I got from a board member at 3k miles with no wear to replace the ones that came on the car as built.

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    That is funny because I sold mine when they had 3k on them because one got damaged and none were available locally so I went with a different size.
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    Quote Originally Posted by old mechanic View Post
    I have the rear toe close to 0 with a little too much camber on the right (-2.1 versus the -1.8 limit) rear, closing in on 14k miles. Rears have worn right at 1/64th, fronts at 3/64. Useable is 12/64 leaving 1/8th inch or 4 /64th at the wear bars.

    Based on current wear the fronts should go 52k miles. The rears about twice that if not rotated. I plan on rotating at 20k miles, so I would say between 50-60k miles with rotations every 20k. Fronts are wearing about 3 times as fast as the rears.

    I have another set of Ensaves I got from a board member at 3k miles with no wear to replace the ones that came on the car as built.

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    I bought another set of Enasaves from a forum member as well. They have 1700 miles on them.

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    To posters: would be helpful if you'd mentioned tire pressure you are running them at.

    Another variables would be temperatures, speed, load and how abrasive payment is in your area. I had seen motorcycle tires literally melt off after a few hours on interstate in hot summer day with traffic averaging 90 MPH. YMMV.

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    I ran mine at about max pressure...44 psi, give or take. Roads are generally good around here, and are wet much of the time. That water may have allowed me to get as much as I got out of them. Occasional 50 mph jaunts, but mostly 40 or less.

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    I'll inflate mine cold to 48-50psi. Coasting on the Ensaves is exceptional, comparable to RE92s in OE 1 gen Insight size.

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    45,000 miles, and they are ready to be replaced. Left rear had gone out of balance (dealer says) and has a couple bald spots ("cupped", he called it). Otherwise, pretty evenly worn.

    38 psi in winter, 43 in summer. Mostly highway miles, 70-75 mph. One person in the car.


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