X2nitrogen filled tires have one place.. on the race track. They have zero use on the street.
Without the moisture in the filling medium the tire retains its filled circumference as it heats up, since pure nitrogen doesn't expand as much as the nitrogen/oxygen/moisture filled stuff we breath and fill street tires with.
Since they don't expand as much, it allows chassis setups to be fine tuned without having to figure out if it was tire expansion that threw your setup off. Thats not an issue on street tires, a tiny bit of tire expansion isn't going to be even noticeable on the street.. save your money people.
nitrogen filled street tires ---> :1poke:
A good portable air pump costs less.Free for life (after $150 at signing).
When I bought my car they said I had nitrogen and needed to buy it. I thought, meh, that's cents on a 1600 loan. Figured every dealer would have it. Nope!
Instead of being able to take it to the dealer 1 block away from me, I have to drive 25 minutes away!