To be considered a "street tire" by SCCA standards means a UTQG treadwear rating of 140 or higher. To qualify for Street classes - as opposed to street TIRE classes, they must be DOT stamped. Nationally there are no street tire adjustments. There are street tire classes - the IRL goes to STX - and that's it. Other Street classes allow DOT stamped tires, period, including "R-comps" with treadwear ratings in the 30-80 range.
Those V700's are a very good autocross tire. They have a UTQG treadwear rating of 50. They are a treaded R-comp as opposed to a semi-slick, but an R-comp they are. Nationally, this means they're right for Stock, SM, or SP. They most likely will NOT qualify for any local "street tire" modifiers, which usually have a PAX adjustment - or even separate run group - for cars in those classes running tires with 140+ treadwear ratings.
Originally Posted by AlphaJaguar5
I try and get with as many dudes as possible when I'm out on the road.
Originally Posted by h4ckler
I miss the days when people weren't emo and just hung themselves instead of bitching on youtube....
RIP "Sally" - Pacific Blue 2005 Ion Redline Comp Pack
14.8 @ 96 mph, 2.3 second 60' - 100% stock on stock tires, 85 degrees out at 2200 ft altitude...
207 whp, 187 wtq, 100% stock uncorrected
numbers on a mustang dyno...