well going by consumer report(not that there always right) but the dunlops were rated very high in hydroplanning so if it rains alot were u live, and want good traction dunlops may be the way to go....
might want to consider the Riken Raptor, have them on my 05 HB, stick good in the curves, no problems in the wet so far but haven't pushed it in any way in bad weather, they are noisy thou after 15k miles or so. I did not buy them they were on the car when I bought it 11/08, but like them except for the road noise.
I have heard a lot of good things about General Exclaims. The reviews are very good on these.
I decided to order these tires last night.
The worst that can happen is that these tires will either blow up or wear out faster than I need. Plus, I need new tires ASAP because when my car is loaded its drivability changes (which I can predict but my passengers hate that)
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ill assume it never snows in hawaii...
kumho spt's are really rood in the dry and wet..
comparing to pnerozer0s, falken 912s and the rsa's, the spt's are way superior.
there only 99$ a piece at tirerack
I def. agree with that. Only reason I myself said Nankang is because they're like $68 a tire. The Kumho's can run you very close to $400, if not a little over but I still agree with you. Kumho's = Far superior.
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