if you want a tire that will give you some great wear, go with the Nitto NT555. Decently sticky compound too, and not bad in the rain either. A great all-around tire IMO. Also, use the tirerack site if you haven't already. they have tons of customer reviews. Good luck.
well, if your lookinf for performance you really cant beat - bridgestone potenza S-03's I have them on my RX7. Awesome tire, they wear fairly quickly, and they are some $$$ but none the less, awesome tire. BTW i will have nitto 555's on my GS here in about 2 days when i get my rims. ( they were already on )
I had the Yokohama AVS Sports on my Camry. Best things i ever had in the water, and i got some major life out of them. Plus they are just about as sticky as they come.
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If i were you, i'd get the goodyear gs-d3 but unfortunately they are on national backorder, so if you find some instock, get those ASAP, or you can go with all season michelin pilot sport a/s, if they come in that size.
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I $ is no object, I'd go with the Michelins too. I've had them on my car and really like them. And forget about the Goodyears. Great tires. They don't seem to come in 20s. I checked the website and asked Brandon.