I have Tokico Illumina coilovers and won't be going lower than I am now. I have a fender roll lined up to fit the wheels/tires.What suspension are you running/how low are you planning to go?
Do you want a slight stretch? or a more 'regular' look?
The ratings are only relevant within the company. Comparing cross-company is tricky and sometimes useless.I put S drives 195 50 15 on my 94 this past summer. When I take it to work my loop is about 40 miles which 20 is highway. It's hard to imagine theres a better tire. The Dunlop Star specs are highly rated and i'm sure someone will pipe in, the question with those is the life of the tire. The S drives have a higher rating for life/mileage.
He said it's for street use, and I don't think the T1R's are a good choice for track. The treadwear is too high and sidewalls too soft. RS3's are more suitable for track/street or street/track. But for the money, direzza star specs would be the best compromiseI would go with dunlop direzzas or toyo T1Rs. They both give a nice little stretch and are great overall tire. They are great in the rain but still handle well for track use.
I thought the Nitto NeoGen were made specifically for lower cars with a lot of camber. Isn't the inside trend block made differently to wear less from camber?
It all depends on what you want to use the tires for. How long do you want them to last? Are you going to use it for track? do you live in an area with a lot of snow or rain? It took me a while of trying tires out to find the ones I liked. Finding tires you like may take a few tries.
Those are too entirely different tires btw. No idea where you live but if temps stay moderate year around, some rain, and you don't mind faster tire wear spring for 205/50 Star Specs.Going to compare prices/review on the S drives and RS3s.
Hey yeah after reading it looks like the Hankooks are basically racing tires that I'd be lucky to get 5k miles out of.Those are too entirely different tires btw. No idea where you live but if temps stay moderate year around, some rain, and you don't mind faster tire wear spring for 205/50 Star Specs.
A couple notches below that if you're looking for longer tire life go with s drives or neo gens. I've never experienced the s drives though.