New tyres and spacers fitted

Raffles

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Someone on here mentioned Falken 510 tyres @ £550ish for all 4.
Not tried them myself.
I have just fitted my 2nd set of FK510’s. And I’m pleased with them. My experience is a really good wear rate, and very competent in the wet.

I’ve tried Dunlop’s SportMax before as an option and the QP just ate them. Didn’t like them in the wet either.

I love a spirited drive, but as I’m not trying to set any lap times on the UK roads, I don’t see the point in paying the premium for PZeros.

Falkens all the way for me.


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Ewan

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In the current edition of EVO is their annual tyres test. Overall winner (spoiler alert).....Michelin PS4. Second, Pirelli PZero. Oh, and the PZero set the fast track times, both in the dry and the wet.
 

Wanderer

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I got PS4S on mine - summer only - need all season was thinking of getting some all-season tyres for here in BENELUX, winter tyres/all-season tyres needed by law over winter, might risk a set of Falkens or whatever - so I don't have to walk to the local Carrefour, it's miles (half a km) away!

I was ok with P-0's in the winter in Dublin, so I'm sure Falken's will be better. I had a Cadillac (RWD) before so I know how bad some cars are - QP has always gripped.
 

Davidt99

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I got PS4S on mine - summer only - need all season was thinking of getting some all-season tyres for here in BENELUX, winter tyres/all-season tyres needed by law over winter, might risk a set of Falkens or whatever - so I don't have to walk to the local Carrefour, it's miles (half a km) away!

I was ok with P-0's in the winter in Dublin, so I'm sure Falken's will be better. I had a Cadillac (RWD) before so I know how bad some cars are - QP has always gripped.
Can you get the Michelin Pilot Sport All Season 4 tyres where you are, they got a good review on Tyre Reviews.