Winter Tire Setup

Discussion in 'Cadillac ATS-V Discussions' started by genestra_ATS-V, Oct 28, 2016.

  1. genestra_ATS-V

    genestra_ATS-V New Member

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    I’m located in the Northeast and the temperatures have started to dip below the recommended operating range for the OEM tires in the early mornings. The V will be my daily driver and I’m planning to purchase a set of Ultra-High Performance All-Season tires. Based on the reviews I’ve read I’m leaning towards BF Goodrich BFGoodrich g-Force COMP-2 A/S. Anyone have any experience with these tires on their V?
     
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    Any news folks ?? I'd love to hear too (live in great far north)
     
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    I have these on a 2016 STI and they are amazing. They are the best all season made as far as I'm concerned. I have a friend who put these on his V2 sedan (~600whp) and they are great on his car too. They are not summers but they still allow you to have a good time when it's 10*f outside.
     
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    For an upcoming ATS-V Coupe purchase....I'm still looking for P255/35 ZR18 94Y Winter SNOW Tires (preferrably RunFlats). I now have Pirelli SOTTOZERO RunFlats on my current "regular" ATS sedan...they are great. Anyone help for the ATS-V 255/35 18 SNOWS ? Thanks........
    (Toronto, Canada)
     

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