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Every vehicle should have good tyres, which squeeze out the full power from the engine, maintain a constant driving comfort and provide a high road safety. Federal 595RS-R tyres are designed for drivers who like to drive fast or prefer strong vehicles even for a calm travel.

Federal 595RS-R tyres are the perfect model for anyone who prefers a sporty driving style and have a well prepared vehicle, or for the lovers of participation in amateur events in such events as Track Day or KJS. The model 595RS-R has been tested on racecourses and has every time received high ratings. For many years, Federal has been passionately developing sports tyres that present a high performance and at the same time ensure safe driving on dangerous roads.

The main assets of these tyres include optimum and even distribution of stiffness on the road surface. The even distribution of pressures at the centre and shoulders of the tread resulted in an improved grip of Federal 595RS-R to the surface and increased traction properties. Additionally, the tyres wear evenly.

The directional V-shaped tread pattern improves the tyre’s aerodynamics, as compared to the previous model, and minimises the risk of aquaplaning even at a high speed. The use of wide angle of notches makes the tyre stick to the track determined by the driver.

It is worth knowing that Federal 595RS-R has quite stiff side walls. This allows for cornering at full speed and for effective acceleration at straight road sections (the tyre perfectly adheres to dry surfaces).

Federal is a company from Taiwan, which is famous for high-quality tyres designed for amateur sport applications. The company was founded in the 1950s, and today they cooperate with such groups as Bridgestone. The technological support of the Japanese giant makes the Federal tyres even better.

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595 RSR Reviews

I do not agree with these being in the trackday category. I har Toyo R888s before and I am loosing 4 seconds a lap with these. As a road tyre they are far better in the dry than any road tyre.
Went from Michelin PSS to these on 280hp light rwd car. Bad things first - on wet they are terrible and it is the first tyre that I felt not stable under regular driving conditions, coming from PSS it was a huge difference, also they snap quite suddenly both in wet and dry, there is not much progression there considering that they are not on par with real semislick tires. Traction off the line and braking is great, but corner grip wise there is not that much extra there. The only real positives are sidewall stiffness which gives great response and price. For the price, they are reasonable tire, but I would not use it again.
Fronts wore down 3.5mm over 4 months where backs still had 6mm. So maybe worth swappijg tyres every month or two to try and keep tread wear even. Road noise is hardly noticeable. Traction was fine at 270bhp but at 360 i need to consider something else now and i find its not struggling for grip in most gears. Wet conditions are bad in regards to breaking but any type of acceleration is near on impossible. Once my lsd is fitted i may change my mind on these.