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Old 10-29-2007, 10:00 PM   #1
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So lately my wife has been working alot of evening shifts, and for the past couple months has been carpooling with a male co-worker. At first I didn't mind, I would rather have someone with her in case she has car trouble or something like that, but it seems that they have become a little bit more than friends. You know the scenario, the phone calls that hangup, she starts wearing nice clothes to work, talking about him all the time, etc. I don't know what to think. If I'm out in the garage when she gets home (usually after midnight) he just drops her off and leaves, but if the lights are off in the garage and I'm in the house (they think I'm sleeping) they sit out in the car for like twenty minutes. I asked her once what they were doing, she said "just talking"....whatever. So last night I decide that I'm going to see what really goes on out there. I leave the garage door open, but turn out all the lights. About the time she usually gets home, I go out and hide in the garage and wait. In a few minutes, his car pulls into my driveway, and I'm hiding behind my Miata. When his headlights shine through the garage and onto my car, I see something that I just can't believe. My my tires are already worn from my camber. Do you think I should buy some falken azenis or go back with the yoko es100?
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Old 10-29-2007, 10:07 PM   #2
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I like my azenis personally, never had the es100s, though i've read that the es100s do better in the wet.
Women..., thanks for the joke, always better the 2nd time around. Atleast the miata can't leave.
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So was the first part of this even rmotely true? LOL
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lame reincarnation of the leaking harley joke.
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Ahahahahahaahhahahahhaahahahahahahahaahhaahhahaahh
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lame reincarnation of the leaking harley joke.
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Old 10-29-2007, 10:50 PM   #7
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ES100's suck IMHO......go with azenies.
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The Azenis will wear faster I reckon, if that is what you are worried about then maybe consider something with a harder compound?
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Old 10-29-2007, 11:19 PM   #9
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This was just a joke intro to a real question

I have 15x8 sportmax and my 205/50/15 yoko es100 and rub a little bit, is the azenis a bigger tire in the same size?
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ditch your ho and get another miata... they take up less space in the garage and are cheaper to feed and clothe.

RS-2s
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let hear the harley joke.

I liked it. THanks Faster
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let hear the harley joke.

I liked it. THanks Faster
Same ****, just the punchline is that it is leaking oil.
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hahahahaha. That was great!!!
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hahaahahaa I totally fell for that. I dont know about the yokos Ive never tried them. Azenis have always been good to me tho
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I've got Azenis, haven't had anything else besides what the car came with (Some Yokohama something, All-season ****). I can't imagine a tire that'll grip better than the Azenis.
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I have Ziex 512's on my Miata, they work well for spirited driving as well as all weather tires. Believe it or not, it does rain sometimes here in SoCal.
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Azenis!

You wont regret it.
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Hankook RS-2s are a good choice too...I've had both kooks and azenis on mine...the azenis grip better sideways, the kooks seemed to deal with water and stuff better.

BTW, I've never heard the Harley joke, but I can guess how it goes now...but that was priceless...thanks! this is why this forum is awesome.
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Personally I favor the Azenis over the RS2. The RS2s just werent predictable for my driving style.. Now that miatamania mentions it, my Azenis did suck on anything other than dry pavement. Actually, the only wrecks ive ever had due to bad weather were on Azenis now that I think about it haha
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I wouldn't go with the es-100's if performance is a factor. Either the RS-2's or Azenis are the way to go performance wise. Azenis may have a bit better grip, but the RS-2's have good wet and last a bit longer. (Guess which I have)
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