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Well the ET SSes don’t make good DD tires… unless you’re in AZ.
If it weren't for the regular Florida afternoon rain storms....I'd give those ET Streets a go.I've tried most of the ones suggested. I ended up going back to old faithful, the ET streets. The r888's and the new Nittos were pretty good, but I only got three thousand miles out of both of them.
Everyday Driving. Key phrase. Since this includes rain then the logical answer would be PS4S. Caveat is they are summer tires. Fortunately I live in Florida and use them year around, and I have had many sets.Taking a survey on tires. Which street tires would you guys say are the best as far as traction for an everyday driver?
As well as what are your driving conditions? For example, here in Florida we get afternoon showers, so rain is a factor in choosing the best tire. Not just dry grip. Cost may or may not enter your thought process.The Toyo NT05R is the best grip for the price period.
That said it is a summer tire and would not be super fun in the rain.
I run a rain front and NT05Rs year around in northern Cali and with driven with care the rain is not a death trap.
My car makes 800 Wheel and for a street tire you do get spin however. The spin is very predictable and constant. I have run them on stock wheels at a 305/35/19 and did at the track was able to cut a 10.4 at 135MPH on my older set up.
The R888s are the internets favorite tire that honestly heat cycles fast and dies. They are not a good choice for a regular track car.
The biggest question here is grip or cost your driving factor for your next set of tires?
Hey guys, thanks for the input, I can only learn from all of your experience and try to make the best choices. I'm pretty sure all of us with high horsepower RWD cars are trying to figure out this balance whether it is a V, Mustang, Camaro, or Challenger.305 nitto nt05, they aren’t terrible in the rain, heat up quick, but my car doesn’t see winter roads. Good traction once warmed up on a 630 whp sedan.
Mustangs don't get traction with any tire, lol.Hey guys, thanks for the input, I can only learn from all of your experience and try to make the best choices. I'm pretty sure all of us with high horsepower RWD cars are trying to figure out this balance whether it is a V, Mustang, Camaro, or Challenger.