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    AS3 are not available in a 15.

    I've had a set of the g-force sport comp 2 (not the newest model). Better than the Ecsta but not by much.

    I swore off all seasons for a reason.


    Quote Originally Posted by Zadnak View Post
    Clearly you haven't driven on UHP all seasons like a Michelin AS3. Try it sometime.
    Last edited by iscariot; 09-12-2017 at 07:16 PM.

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    hmm is looking more and more like its either going to be the neo gens for the price and then swap rims out in the summer or just going with an all summer tire. might try to see if I can find a cheap set of rims with some ok a/s tires as well as they will only have to last me a couple months
    1997 mx-5

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    I have a set of 16 inch Twists and a useable set of matching tires(unmounted) for $220
    David Luney - Suwanee GA
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    2004 RX-8, 2005 MCS, 08 Red GT, 1992 Spec Miata and a parts car or two.

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    Quote Originally Posted by miatastuff View Post
    I have a set of 16 inch Twists and a useable set of matching tires(unmounted) for $220
    what kind of tires and how much tread?
    1997 mx-5

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    I have Nitto Neo-Gens on my car. Love them for daily use. I've had them on car for a while now. I've been wanting to switch to something more aggressive for the track and I can't kill these tires. I don't drive it as much as I used to, but it still sees track time and these tires still look brand new...


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    Quote Originally Posted by theothersawyer View Post
    I have Nitto Neo-Gens on my car. Love them for daily use. I've had them on car for a while now. I've been wanting to switch to something more aggressive for the track and I can't kill these tires. I don't drive it as much as I used to, but it still sees track time and these tires still look brand new...
    I hear all-seasons on the track are a riot.
    2007 True Red Miata

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zadnak View Post
    I hear all-seasons on the track are a riot.
    If by a "riot" you mean slow and slidey, you would be correct.

    Have done it a few times. Don't recommend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wingman703 View Post
    If by a "riot" you mean slow and slidey, you would be correct.

    Have done it a few times. Don't recommend.
    I can confirm!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by wingman703 View Post
    If by a "riot" you mean slow and slidey, you would be correct.
    2007 True Red Miata

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    OTOH, tracking on your DD tires is pretty educational because it gives you solid reference points for how they react driven spiritedly on the streets or in emergency maneuvers. I recommend trying it once for that.

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