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post #76 of 81
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This is why I use, and recommend, Michelin PS2s so highly. I'm on my third set, and the first two aged gracefully and gave up little in performance until I approached the wear bars. Once you get past beyond dry and wet grip, I do think the various models differ more on the three attributes above.

+1 on the PS2s. On a purely subjective level, I like the feel much more than the Contis - more soft and sticky.
post #77 of 81
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+1 on the PS2s. On a purely subjective level, I like the feel much more than the Contis - more soft and sticky.

Am waiting for my rears to wear out on my PSes (unfortunately, only 2K miles thus far) so I can replace the set with PS2s. I've heard they are much better. As it is now, I look like I'm drunk on worn out roads traveled often by truckers.
post #78 of 81
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Thanks...I think that shot was from the second day I had the RACs on.



I wrote up a partial list earlier in the thread.



+1

While I admire Porsches, and wouldn't kick certain models out of bed, they fail to win me over. Can't put my finger on it.

I had high hopes for the Aston Martin Vantage...until I drove one (the initial 4.3 liter, not the 4.8, though), after which I couldn't justify the price jump. I was thinking Vantage because I didn't want to go another round modding a car, and it's fucking gorgeous:



If a E92 CSL becomes a reality, and then makes it ashore in the states, well, might be time for a new daily driver...here's one of the pics of a possible mule on the Nurburgring last September:



- B


get an audi R8, ive driven the db9 and the audi runs rings around it
post #79 of 81
Saw this today, only 8k on the clock. Bargain.
http://www.audidowntownla.com/used_v...60a77c105f7ee9
post #80 of 81
That's an excellent deal man, looks like ZCP......in a few years when I retire my E46, I plan on upgrading to the E92 M3 or the next gen Z4 M coupe.
post #81 of 81
First post here, but I was in your same situation and decided to go with a low mileage E36 M3 LTW and picked up an E34 M5 for daily driving.

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