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    Just got my self a swift after loads of searching .

    The tires on the thing are pretty much done . I am now looking for some HIGH grip tires (road-noise and comfort doesn't matter) .

    the best tire sizes were 205/50 and 195/55 (Again road-noise and comfort doesn't matter )

    Now the only choice I am left with is Yokohama advan db (9400 Rs/Tire ) or Nankang NS2 (7200 Rs/Tire) .. I wont be keeping the car for more than 1 year

    Really like the tread pattern on Nankang NS2 seem sportier :p Should I buy them ?


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    My 2 cents, the sportier/prettier the tire pattern, lower the grip and the tire gets hard. I always get Yokohama, so I would vote for that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pistonhead View Post
    My 2 cents, the sportier/prettier the tire pattern, lower the grip and the tire gets hard. I always get Yokohama, so I would vote for that.
    Yokohama are definitely good I have those on my lancer darn quiet but dont like them cause I had A-Drive before and they felt way better. NS2 reviewers have also said they get hard at 20K Kms . "Lower the grip" here I have my doubts doesn't big blocks mean more grip ?

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    Ended up with Nitto NeoGen & Nitto 555 for the other car .. Thank you Thread can be closed

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