What’s a good set of winter tires for my 93 Pontiac Firebird Forumula (Rear wheel drive V8 with limited-slip

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Has the 350ci (5.7l v8) Lt1 with rear wheel drive 2.73 rear end with limited slip differential. What type of winter tires should I get for my car? i'd like to hear from someone who actually owns this car and has dealt with this situation. Camaro and mustang owners also welcome.



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7 Responses to What’s a good set of winter tires for my 93 Pontiac Firebird Forumula (Rear wheel drive V8 with limited-slip

  1. i did not have a firebird or camaro with a limited slip but i did have a chevy caprice with one and i recommend the hercules polar trax snow tire

  2. guevarpa says:

    I own an 86 Trans Am and the tires that i thought that worked best for me are the Michelin Pilot Alpin PA2. But if u live in a state that allows studded snow tires i would go for those because that is what i used to use before i got ticketed for it those work like a charm!

  3. None. Park it and buy a car that is somewhat driveable in the snow. No matter the tire you put on there it will get stuck if you encounter two pieces of snow side by each.

  4. I own a 93 Firebird Formula, love it by the way. Well, I have some pretty high preformance tires on my car, and I drove it through the fall into January without changing the tires. I just put about 200lbs of salt in the trunk, that seems to really help. Hope this helps.

  5. jim1 says:

    best snow tire i have found is cooper weather master if your state allows it have them studded also

  6. Nigel M says:

    For winter, get the narrowest winter tires that will fit, the exact brand is not critical.

    It very important to add some wieght in back, right over the rear axle is best – further back, and it will increase your polar moment of inertia, and the tail will be swinging wildly. Your car is nose heavy.

    I drove a ’70 AMX year round in Minnesota and Illinois. It had 3.54 gears with limited slip, with a 360 (5.9l) high compression V8 with a large 4 barrel. A bit more power than your Firebird, and a couple hundred pounds lighter.

  7. eldoradodave says:

    4-6 50 lb bags of salt or sand in the trunk( or more) These cars are ‘Fair Weather Cars, I know I owned em’ and built em’