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Old 04-07-2012, 12:27 AM   #21
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Originally Posted by EErockMiata View Post
I've been considering these new gforce sports for my wifes mazdaspeed3. I have some concerns about them being worse in grip than the oem dunslops. I worry about my wife dealing with excessive tq steer. As long as it's not worse than it is now I'd be fine with it.

I realize that you have no idea how these compare to a dunlop sport 2030. However do you think they'd be up to the task of a 280hp/280tq fwd car?
They worked beautifully on the Subie (which is AWD, but is about the same weight and a bit more HP). This tire is all about grip.

According to the Tirerack surveys, even the original G-Force Sport and KDW fared better than the Dunlops.

My advice on tires is to always buy the newest technology/design that you can. They get better all the time. Right now, the Comp-2 is on the bleeding edge for reasonably-priced UHP tires (> 300 treadwear).
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