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    Tire dilemma - G-force sports???....

    I was wondering if anyone had ever run on BF Goodrich G-Force Sports, right now i have some all-seasons and I need something better for summer and running a few local auto-x events (STX).

    The reason I'm looking @ the g-force sports is I know someone selling them (w/ wheels) barely used so I'm considering it to save some $$$, I know falken/hankook would be much faster but I'm still sure these would be a step up from my "GOODYEAR ASSURANCE's".

    The question is whether to spend some more and get something really competitive (azenis/hankook/re-01's...) or save some cash and get the somewhat-less-competitive-but-still-much-better-than-what-i-have.... so does anyone have an idea how much less-competitive these may be.

    On a scale of 1-10 the ASSURANCE's are probably a 2-3....


    btw running a 03wrx, other mods are rear-swabar & cobb stage 2.

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    Tires are the only thing between the road and your car so that's the last place to compromise. If it's just a summer/autox tire you need, skip the compromise and your friend's deal.

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    if your autoxing at all (sounds like you are) spring for the Kooks or Azenis- they are very affordable autox tires in my opinion

    as pointed out above, it's the best (and most important) area to spend some $- the kooks can be had in some sizes under $100

    try edgeracing.com
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    thanks for the advice, I'll be going with some new kooks then

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