Race Tape

Race Tape   RACE Tape

Blue – Green – Red – Yellow – White – Silver – Black

50mm Wide Rolls x 50 Metres


$ 25.00


Competition Bonnet Pins

Bonnet Pins


Alloy Competition Bonnet Pins

Blue – Black – Red – Gold – Stainless Steel

$ 30.00

Rally Safety Triangle

Rally Safety Triangle


Rally Safety Triangle


$ 35.00

Rally Tool Roll

Rally Tool Roll And Bag

Rally Tool Roll & Bag

$ 80.00

Sparco Slalom Boots

Sparco Slalom Boot

Size 39 – 47

Colours  Red – Blue – Black

Price $ 185.00

Tyre Speed Ratings

One of the most commonly-asked questions is “what do the speed ratings mean”?. Below is an explanation as published by Dunlop.


‘Speed Rating’ is the speed which a tyre can withstand constantly without flying apart. It is measured by running a tyre, under loaded conditions, against a large drum. To meet a particular speed rating, the tyre is run for periods of time at different speeds according to the standard (whether European or American).

Illustrated below are common speed ratings and their ‘speed symbol’:

Tyre Speed Rating

This speed rating must be moulded onto tyres’ sidewalls to comply with the relevant standard. Below are 2 systems of tyre branding in current use:

Tyre System Chart

New car manufacturers are required to fit tyres that can match the car’s top speed for obvious reasons. The same used to apply for replacement tyres, but now this is changing. In Australia, replacement tyres must only meet a minimum of ‘S’, which is 180 km/h, or 70 km/h above the maximum legal speed in any state.

It is important to understand that speed rating is not an indication of road handling performance in any way. In fact, most methods of raising a tyre’s speed rating can have the reverse effect. However tyres made for vehicles with high speed capabilities tend to also require high performance characteristics as well.

Producing tyres with high performance characteristics and speed ratings is expensive.

Dunlop Motorsport Tyres



Dunlop DZ03G






Hankook Motorsport Tyres

Hankook R202




Hankook F200



Used Tyres

Used DirezzaOur list of used tyres usually encompasses the full spectrum, including: Porsche tyres, rally tyres, street-legal tyres and race slicks. From 13″ to 18″ diameters. We usually have around 50 used tyres in stock which is continually changing, so please contact us for a current stock list.

Dunlop DZ87R

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DUNLOP Rally Tyres are considered by many to be the best available, having won International, National and State Rally Championships on many occasions. The DZ87R is our newest and best forest tyre, having improved over many generations.

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Also available are DUNLOP Rally Tubes, which are high quality tubes, made only from natural rubber with metal valve stem and fittings.