This is a discussion on Colorado Member's Forum within the Mountain States forums, part of the Regional Discussion category; Originally Posted by rathrbbiking You should be good with all seasons. My 02 wrx wagon has all seasons and I've ...
Haven't decided what time im heading up. Still waiting on if I have it off or not. Where are you located at?
Depending on when stupid ass CT DMV can get their asses in gear and get me my license back and when my car is fixed I'd be down for a drive as well.
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My Continental DWS tires have done really well, so another yes to good all seasons.
Last edited by kukusz; 12-19-2011 at 06:21 PM.
I'd be careful going up in the mountains in CO with all seasons. They'll work fine in the flatlands of the Denver area, but in the mountains they're not going to cut it!
Past Subies - '11 STI Limited stage 1+ and '04 STi stage 2+
'13 Wrangler Rubicon - custom front bumper w/12k lb winch & off-road lights, skid plates, diff guards, etc.
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The first day I started my pizza delivery job we had a crazy snow storm and my all seasons were excellent. You get a bit more stopping force with snow tires but I've gotten around that with downshifting to slow me down.
Off topic, but I figured here was a good a place as any. I'm thinking of going stage 1 with RomRaider or AP or the like. I read that whole thread that got a little snarky (What wont void Warranty? Accesport Stage 1?) and a number of others on NASIOC and here. Bottom line, I understand that although a stage 1 tune is potentially safer for my car than stock, I could still be denied warranty claims. Does anyone know of a tuner-friendly dealership around here? I'm near Denver and I would much rather admit to having a stage 1 tuned car (otherwise stock) when dealing with warranty issues than play the whole "does my ECU have a counter and can I trick the dealership" game. Therefore, I just want to know what people's experiences are with Denver area dealers and warranty claims on (lightly) tuned vehicles. Just trying to understand my risk-profile so I can make an educated decision on whether to wait another 59332 miles before modding my car in any (mechanical, electrical) way.
Last edited by kukusz; 12-19-2011 at 06:55 PM.