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Bridgestone Potenza RE970 AS Pole Position

Bridgestone Potenza RE970 AS Pole Position

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The Bridgestone Potenza RE970AS Pole Position is developed for drivers looking to combine speed capability with all season traction for sophisticated sports cars, sporty coupes and high performance sedans. They provide predictable handling, traction and control on dry and wet roads.
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Bridgestone Potenza RE970 AS Pole Position

product description & features:
- Lateral Grooves - Efficient evacuation and channeling of water that helps reduce hydroplaning and improves wet traction - L.L. Carbon (Long Link) - Helps improve tread wear and resist cracking, chipping and tearing through the use of a special long length carbon structure - Spiral Wrap - Encircles the whole tire with a continuous nylon wrap , helping the tire hold its original shape to improve high speed capability. - Circumferential tread grooves - Evacuates and channels water efficiently to help reduce hydroplaning and to improve wet traction - O-Bead - Improves uniformity and ride comfort through use of a single continuous strand of cable in the bead construction - Steel belt construction - Adds durability and resists punctures - All-Season Tread Design - Enhances year-round performance with open-slotted shoulders. - Hard sidewall filler - Helps resist distortion at high speeds and while cornering. - CO-CS (Computer Optimized Component System) - Maximizes tire performance by optimizing the appropriate combination of tread design, casing shape, materials, and construction. - Directional Tread Pattern - Maximizes both wet and dry performance, as well as other tire characteristics. By specifying that the tread pattern is to be mounted on the vehicle in a single direction only, the many design compromises found in conventional tires which can be mounted in two directions are eliminated. This provides the ability to include a wider variety of specific performance characteristics such as high resistance to hydroplaning in each tire.