Originally Posted by idrift4wd
as i do agree mixing rft and non doesnt make a difference.
there are performance RFT that also grip better then oems. Idk how understeer would work into how the car handles. the tire is heavier, but in terms of grip, i dont see how rft and non rft are that much different.
I'm just assuming that rft means the stock tires. They are expensive, heavy and generally don't perform as well. I'm not sure which run flat tire you are referring to, but I agree that they can do their job just fine. But at the end of the day anyone interested in serious performance is going to have a non run flat tire on their car.
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