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    Fine for me, been driving around in the FD2 in rain and a bit of snow without any issues. Just take your time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris. View Post
    Fine for me, been driving around in the FD2 in rain and a bit of snow without any issues. Just take your time.
    That'll do me, given that our summers aren't always glorious sunshine as we would want.


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    Vredestein ultrac sessantas are a great summer tyre and perform really well in the wet also.

    I am currently running Dunlop SP sport maxx all round and they are wearing well and give good grip.

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    I’m a couple of months into Michelin pilot sport 4’s on my ep3. The grip is really good but the side wall feels a bit squashy in my opinion. I previously said I had a lot of wheel spin when accelerating from a standing start but I think this is due to a lack of an LSD which I’m having fitted soon. Plus these tyres now feel better once the temperature is hotter.
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    Im on Michelin Pilot Sport 4Ss on my M2 and they completely transformed the grip levels on the rear. I can launch using launch control and just flooring it (private road) with little to no wheel spin. The cornering capability also increased and felt much more controllable in the twisties


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