Originally Posted by Gambit
I'm just wondering what this has to do with the F6 or Typhoon when it's on a t-series?
It doesn't, That why the F6 has not been mention. So lets get back on track and talk about tyres shell we....
NoBoss, was it the lateral(cornering) grip or acceleration grip. I ask this because I found the acceleration grip was very good, but lateral grip was dreadful. So i bumped the psi up to 45 and it was better, as in you could live with it until the tyre's needs replacing. The reason for poor corning ability is that the side wall is very soft, (you can actually stick you thumb in to the side wall). the sp9000 is a very good tyre for the executive that like a little spirited driving as it offers a smoother ride and reasonable amount of grip, particular in the wet. As a all out handling tyre that are the pits. I now have a set of Hankooks K104 (NoBoss, if I remember correctly, you highly recommended these in your former life). At less then half the price of the sp9000 and the handling ability far exceeds the sp9000. So far I am very happy with the K104 and in say that, I have given the tyre a hell of a time which has included 25 runs down the 1/4 and 28 laps of Morgan park. It's now time for a tyre rotation, me thinks.
Also NoBoss, I have some questions for you relating to the Dutton rally that I will sent PM, But I don't have time now. speak soon.