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what's the stickiest tires on the market for p11? im looking for tires that even Spiderman would get for his own car.
 

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Heard very good things about BFGoodrich: g-Force Sport, KDW, and KDWS, all good for cornering. Also Falken Anzen's (I believe, and sp?). Check out www.tirerack.com
 

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i actually am spiderman and i have eagle F1-GS D3's and they meet my standards

but since you're from jersey then also i'd reccommend some blizzaks possibly even some lm 22's

best of luck to you, i must now go touch mary jane inappropriately

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Try some Bridgestone S02's or any of the ultra high performance Bridgestone tires, they are nice for sport and rain. Horrible for the snow however.
 

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If you want the stickiest, get some DOT R-compound tires. However, those are not very practical, are expensive, and wear out super fast.

For regular all-seasons, I agree that the Yokohama Avid H4S are good. I have them on the front wheels of my car and I haven't really had a chance to push the thing yet, but they seem to be decent.
 

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but since you're from jersey then also i'd reccommend some blizzaks possibly even some lm 22's
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why would the jersey rough roads matter? wouldnt sticky tires be most beneficial on rough roads?
 

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to explain more, i want the stickiest summer tires for cornering. i dont really care about the snow because im not taking tight turns while its snowing. i think all summer tires to some degree are able to handle snow on low or medium speed? if u think that was a dumb comment, feel free to take a jab.

the tires im looking for would be borderline track tires but durable streets.

DOT R-compound... interesting suggestion...
 

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Summer tires have marginal traction at best in the snow. If you want to get summer tires, you should get another set of wheels and put winter tires on them. I have a friend who runs summer tires year round on his BMW 325i, but I don't think he actually tries to go anywhere when it snows. The one time he did, I seem to remember he described it as "scary."

And DOT R-compound aren't just "borderline" track tires...
 

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  • $100 (200 tread wear) Falken Azenis RT-615; normal street tire: very very good in dry and fair in wet.
  • $80 (200 tread wear) Hankook Ventus Rs2 Z212; normal street tire: very good in dry and ok in wet.
  • $200 (100 tread wear) Toyo Proxes RA-1; basically a race tire: super in dry and bad in wet.
  • $200 (60 tread wear) Yokohama ADVAN A032R; basically a race tire: super in dry and bad in wet.

I would think that unless one really needs the ultra grip the price is not worth it due to tire wear. Depending on the [size] one wants to run the Azenis or the Ventus are good picks (they seem to be just odd of each other in filament size ... speedo reasons...).
 
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