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posted January 07, 2000 07:48 PM           Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
Looking for someone who has experience with both of these and has something to say about the differences. I have extensive info on SP Sport 8000 and if the price was not so high ($90 a piece) I would not even think about buying W-10s. However, considering the fact that the tires will go on a 90 Integra sedan for my parents and the car won't be driven to the limits, I see certain advantage in buying the W-10s at $64 a tire. I would like to know how much I will loose in braking ability, wet traction and dry traction. If you can throw some other info (comparing low temp performance, snow traction, ride quality, noise levels) I would be thrilled.

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