|10-13-2011 06:01 AM|
This isnt my first set of race tire just first set of tires dedicated to a set of race rims
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|10-13-2011 01:13 AM|
I had the azenis on my fofo and they are good (not great) and they were my first set of racing tires although I didn't get a chance to finish them. My brother raced on the toyo R1R and he liked them but they wore out to quick I think, and now he left me a set of RS3s and they eare WAY better than the azenis, I love the azenis because they come in 215/45 16 but the RS3s just killed them lol
Ray let me borrow his RS3s on my car once and it felt way better than the azenis. But they would be a great first set IMHO
|10-12-2011 09:55 AM|
|GodLovesUgly||canyon runs and daily driving is one thing, but when you're talking autocross, it's a completely different story. i'm not trying to start a pissing match or anything, but the proof is in the pudding, for autox the RS3 is hands down the best street tire.|
|10-12-2011 09:39 AM|
I don't have the money to do any testing, unfortunately, so I can't tell you definitively if the RS3s would out perform Azenis at an autox.
I think you could be happy going with any of the current popular street tires though. I think that at nationals this year, RE-11s, RS3s and whatever the Toyo tire is, performed the best.
|10-11-2011 06:19 PM|
|DEMENTED SVTF||I've put over 12k on my azenis daily and canyon runs. I have put about the same on my hankook ventes rs3's daily and canyon runs. I would choose my falken over the hankooks,the rs3 are good but not to the extreme level of the azenis|
|10-11-2011 12:57 PM|
|yeahloh02||i run the star specs and love them it feels like a whole different car when i put them on ,i am in h-stock and have won my class all 3 times this year|
|10-11-2011 11:39 AM|
i'm sure he won't be disappointed but the RS3 kills the Azenis tire at the highest level of autocross.. Nationals.
i've even heard the Toyos are better as well.
|10-11-2011 11:09 AM|
|DEMENTED SVTF||215/45/16 falken azenis lol. Trust me u wont regret it. I was blown away of how these handle. In local we have some really nice twisty canyons that get really tight 15-30mph and open up abit 50-70mph|
|10-09-2011 03:51 PM|
|pkolator||225 is a lot of street tire for a 7" wheel. The tendency would be to a more delayed steering response and less feel. Also, a 50 sidewall in that width makes for a tall tire as well.|
|10-08-2011 11:23 PM|
Also im is fsp now since I don't have a cat
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