should understeer more if thats what you're looking for :up:
So you would take the shorter R1Rs over the stock sized T1Rs? I've been reading about those, they seem like great tires but they don't make them in the stock sizes. Can you correct the speedo in the Elise for the smaller tires?
It does only snow a couple times a year here. The trick would be that I'd probably be a work when that happened. I don't mind putting along at 10mph if I have to, but I remember my old Corvette with Goodyear high-perf. tires wouldn't make it out the driveway in the snow and for sure wouldn't make it up a hill. (Got stuck several times).
+1I ran for street the 205 front and 235 rear tires. Worked awesome.
They wouldn't have the Toyo's in the same list anyway as they'd be in a different category, still by all accounts the Z1 Star Spec is a great street tire and you should be happy with them.Ok, in a last minute reverse decision...I ordered a set of 205 and 235 Dunlop Z1 Star Specs. [...] These were the best rated tires by Tire Rack in their category, although they didn't have the Toyo's on the list.