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Re: SO2's suck for the track, (archive)

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Posted by Rupert Knight on April 16, 2002 at 06:29:45:

In Reply to: SO2's suck for the track, posted by stu on April 15, 2002 at 17:34:28:

So2's are great in the wet, but not so good in the dry. If you can get them down to the wear bars they are much better but Yoko A032's are a propoer track tyre and it shows.


cus there too soft, get hot easily and go off after one lap making it feel as though your driving thorugh syrup. Eagle F1's are better, or a dedicated semi slick yoko AO32r for example is ideal, not to sure about running the 17s eithier. to much grip can spoil the fun, remember why you bought an e30 m3.....

Basically a decent (maybe 50%+ tread left on them) set of track-only tires.

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