Originally Posted by CombatNinja
Fitting runflats vs. regular tires on the front of a car has absolutely no relationship to how much understeer the car will end up with. Every tire, properly inflated, will have its own performance envelope based on compound, tread design, tread depth and load. Knowing simply that the front tires are runflats and the rears are not is not sufficient information to determine that the car will have increased understeer.
Wow you got me there...
Actually no, that's a huge backfire on yourself. To simplify what you just said, having different tires front to rear has no effect on handling balance. Even more retarded than any of the previous retarded retardedness. Even a sh*tty non rft like Hankook V12's are much grippier than stockers.
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