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    Quote Originally Posted by mark@vorny.co.uk View Post
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    Well worth changing to non RFT's. I ran Continental SC3's and SC5's on my E93 and it was a revelation after the Bridgestone RE050's which are fine when they don't have the dreaded three letters after them.

    I used on of THESE for an emergency measure.
    Thanks, appreciate the info. I really like how direct the re050s are steering-wise & on a smooth road they are really good, I'm sure they will be good on a track. Seems like I would be mad to not try non-rfts and get a kit like that. Particularly if I can get them for half the money of the bridgestones which seems likely.. then I can spend the rest on beer
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by dave135i View Post
    Thanks a lot for the info - reckon another month out of my re050's yet but gee that price for the vredestein tyres is immense - where from if u don't mind?! Will check out that kit too, thanks!
    They've gone up slightly to £119.95 - words getting around - If you do your research you'll find that they have a very good reputation, doing very well in comparison tests.

    http://www.clickontyres.com

    Continental comfortkit -

    http://www.conticomfortkit.co.uk/
     
     

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    Welcome to the forum, I'm thinking the runflat/non runflat tyre choces over but ive got a while to wait. My brother changed his runflats to non runflats and said the difference was amazing, so think i'll be going non rft.
    "Front wheel drive is for the feeble"

    3rd - M3 CS SMG, Standard and staying that way...probably

    2nd- 130i M Sport LE, Emapped to 280bhp, Eibach Pro's, K&N, BMW Performance splitters, Stubby Ariel.

    1st - 318ti M sport
     
     

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