One thing I didn't realize about my 335 was that I'd be changing the rear tires every 15K. Then I was even more scared when I realized that the stock Brigestone Potenza RFT's were 860 bucks for two tires. I started researching and found a bunch of tires that were non run flats that were much cheaper. Great! Then I found some that people love to AutoX with and were only 200 bucks a piece! Awesome! I autox from time to time and was stoked. I debated on the whole run flat thing, but the consensus among anyone that knows anything is that run flats ----. So I jumped. I put the Hankook Ventus V12's on.
I was pumped, it was supposed to be a superior sticky AutoX tire that was quieter and softer for 50% the cost. WOW. So I started driving on my new tires. Definitely quieter. Definitely good grip. Pulled on to the highway. All of a sudden the car starts tramming hard. Then the back end starts flapping in the wind like I had marshmellows on the back. They were terrible. I had no idea how anyone under the age of 65 liked those tires. Horrible. I was then told that nothing will suit my fancy other than run flats if I wanted that stiff responsiveness. So I researched and found these guys.
What a difference. Better performance than runflats, quieter, grippier, excellent steering response and cheaper. Not by much, but cheaper. A definite no brainer. Best tire for the money.