Post by fastfrontier on Mar 2, 2012 9:33:53 GMT -5
I've done it before, I think my combination was an R-comp up front and an ok performance tire out back. It was very interesting, lots of rotation... ok too much rotation... fun but not fast. If you go less extreme than an R-comp up front it would probably work out better for balancing. Most likely not ideal, though.
My guess would be a matched set of high performance tires working with air pressure would give the fastest time (with just changing tires). More of the veterans could confirm, but a good performance allignment could also help too.
I tried that once on an awd car not the most desirable results there either
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