What do you consider reasonable $'s and what specific tire size?
That's kind of what you want on a sports car, the ones that last a long time are slippery and not very sticky to the road, not very good for sports cars, if you drive them like sports cars anyways, lolMy Sport came from the factory with Dunlops. Soft fast wearing tires.
Well i know you just love to disagree with me, haha, but it's just a simple fact. However Im talking extreme situations, I'm not saying the Conti is bad or anything, never used them, but if you push the softer tires like Dunlop and harder ones like Conti to the max the Conti will lose grip first is all I'm saying. Most people certainly don't need soft tires, I'm just mentioning it in case people drive hard like me. My mpg average is 14, I can go about triple the posted limit around curves, could only go about double with the crap hard mismatched tires that came on originally. The hardest shittiest tire you can get probably good enough for most people, but I like better stuff is all. No worries buddy! I'll prolly actually try the Conti next time, cause I'll have had my fun on the soft ones by then, haBased on experience... I have to disagree. The Conti Extreme DWS hold the road very well... while providing excellent traction.
Typically... as softer tires wear... they get into the harder compound... making them less sticky.
I don't know what Conti is doing with the DWS... but they are doing it right.
I can go about triple the posted limit around curves.
but if you push the softer tires like Dunlop and harder ones like Conti to the max the Conti will lose grip first is all I'm saying.