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Old 07-25-2012, 10:47 PM   #1
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Help on tires

I recently purchase a BMW 328i and this is my first BMW and sport car. The tires would need replacement in maybe the next 1000 miles or so
Tire size are 265/30zr19
235/35zr19, so the front and aft are different size. Right now my car has the hankook V12. Any suggestion? Should I keep buying the hankook or another that also won't brake the bank to much.
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Old 08-06-2012, 11:50 AM   #2
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Currently I'm running Dunlop Direzza DZ101s on my daily, they are slightly more budget friendly that the Hankooks. They provided plenty of grip in the dry as well as the wet for daily driving. I would not suggest them for performance driving (HPDEs, Open track days, etc) as they are very twitchy when you're pushing the limit.
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No tracks for me, it's for my everyday driving from a to b. so still buy hankook or yours?
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I'll be changing tires next go round. When I'm running back roads having a little too much fun is when the car gets twitchy on these tires. I'm looking at a set of Michelins or a set of BFG KDW2s for my next set of tires. I use to enjoy the BFGs in the past so I'm heavily leaning towards them, they were very predictable when having fun driving back roads, as well as daily driving in the dry and wet.
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