Interesting: ran the RS1/2 combo for a long time, then the D208GP-As, all in all I prefer the Rennsports for handling/stick--I never had the issues that were described with the front tires.aussie_929 : Well I tried rennesports which is the same trye except a different tread pattern.
Personally I didnt like them especially the front. While full cranked over it moved around a fair bit and I didnt feel in control.
The front was a soft and the rear is a medium.
I liked the Dunlop 208GP's a lot after I got used to them. They also made a great road tyre.
I usually get two trackdays out of the rear, if i am lucky, then about 1K mi. Interesting Note: the SC1/2s actually work better the hotter they are--unless people are cold-tearing the SC2 rear--I would stick with the SC1/2--I didnt like the SC2 front and even a SC1 front lasts about 4 daysPater : We plan to head to Barber in mid July. The middle of summer in Alabama should make for a pretty hot track. I thought the SC2/SC3 combo might not wear quite as bad as the SC1/SC2.
I know a lot depends on temp and riding style, but how many trackdays are you getting per set? Is all the riding on the track or do you still put some street miles on them? We just started doing trackdays this year and are still trying to learn all the little secrets. Still plan on doing a fair amount of street riding in between trackdays.
SC2/3 is fine---it all depends on how hard you push them on the track--if you are just starting out, youll get a 3-4 trackdays + road miles from them--if you are hauling ass(racing speeds) maybe 2 trackdays from the rear 4 from the front---what happens on the track is you run the sides ragged and the center is almost new---thus the added street milesPater : Unfortunately, I've already got the SC2/SC3 combo. I guess I can always buy more tires, but I'd like to give these a shot. Any idea what I can expect?