Silverstone M5 Synergy
The Silverstone M5 Synergy is a Touring Summer tyre designed to be fitted to Passenger Car
Tyre review data from 16 tyre reviews averaging 43% over 65,435 miles driven.
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Top Silverstone M5 Synergy Review
while driving a
(185/55 R15) on
My stock tyres..It has very bad wet grip and wet braking performance. Experienced nightmare with its wet braking ability. Emergency brake with just 40kmh, your car can drag very long before it comes to a complete stop. Gentle acceleration on wet road is enough to spin the tyres. Wear however is very minimum, 80% of tread when i hit 24k KM and then i change all 4 to Michelin PS3.
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while driving a
Kia Motors Forte
(215/45 R17) on
a combination of roads
these tires camestock for my first car. i was clueless back then and used these impending doom tires for 3 years until they were worn. dry grip is fair. wet grip is absolutely horrible. i was driving 40 km/h on a wet road and my car slid to the opposite lane when taking a corner. that, and other numerous incidents. switched to PS3, felt more confident and understood about tires more.
cheap rubber, only possible use is to burn them on track during dry condition
Honestly, i did not research anything prior to this incident. I spun my car and rammed into the side wall one a ram going up the highway. It was a rainy day, where i was travelling around 50-60km/h. VERY BAD WET TRACTION.
I recommend to search other tyres as its not worth it in any occasion.
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Got these stock fitted. These tyres are good for normal driving below 120km/h. On wet road, bad grip. Very dangerous to use on wet road above 60km/h. Its cheap an economical, saves fuel. Buy these if you need short-term tyres.
These tyres were fitted new in my car 6 months ago. But the rear tires began to exhibit a slight bulge that caused the tires to go out of shape. Prior to that, these tires do not perform well at all, they are loud and extremely harsh.