eagle tyres

has anyone tried the new eagle F1 GS-D3, they sound pretty good, excellent write up.currently can get them in 225/45R17 for rear, but only 205/45R16 for front, the 195/50’s are out on a couple of months.I have used F1’s on many cars, and wondered what your thoughts were.rears cost �96 +vat

There’s been quite a lot of debate on tires, try a search.Basically most agree the grip from the special Yoko rubber really adds to the car. However, for road use, especially wet, Goodyears or Toyos may suit.Ian [image]http://www.exiges.com/ubb/NonCGI/images/icons/smile.gif[/image]