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Hmm, the temps here aren't very high and I've always had relatively fresh Corsas but I've never heard them howl. Generally I can get them to a point where the car will under/oversteer predictably and I start using the throttle to steer the car in the corners. I do run lower pressures then what Lotus suggests (I run 32/35 cold) and the temps/pressure does climb a lot but I only had issues with crowning in the rears when I ran 39 cold.

I don't know if they're really worth the extra cost, there are a few different Toyo Proxes tires (requiring smaller wheels) that would perform as well for less cost.
 

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I'm talking track, Pacific Raceways and The Ridge in Wa. On the street they don't get warm at all, at least not unless you're being reckless. I'm waiting for this set of tires to burn off before I switch to something else. I'd prefer to have a set of track wheels (18s) with something more reasonably priced and then just put Michelin PSS on for street use.
 
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