Re: sp 8000 vs avs intermediate vs pilot sx gt


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Posted by Chris L on October 12, 1998 at 22:23:52:

In Reply to: sp 8000 vs avs intermediate vs pilot sx gt posted by ward brady on October 08, 1998 at 20:03:14:

Experiences Michelin = none, Dunlop = minor, AVS Intermediate = I'd buy another set in a heartbeat. They are awesome to say the least. I had them on a 92 Sundance Duster, with no other modifications, this car took a 35mph 270 degree turnaround off ramp (cloverleaf type) at 70mph with no squeal at all, and stayed in it's own lane. If autocrossing is all you do, I'd look into a shaved set of A008's, they offer uncompromised low speed handling, but if this car is on the road, I'd use the AVS Intermediates!


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