Originally Posted by SenorDucK
They feel pretty normal when accelerating. Honestly for normal easy driving they're just fine, once you get to higher speeds and give some moderate steering input you can really feel the difference. They definitely feel less responsive or tight... but not very bad at all. This is only obvious at higher speeds and say making a lane change, etc. I didn't buy them for road racing
So far, I like. Haven't tested them in adverse weather yet though.
I agree. They feel fine for normal driving, but they're a bit soft for any spirited. I can get the traction control to light up when rolling into 3rd gear on dry pavement, but I have close to 500WTQ. FFS'ing into 4th feels a little iffy due to the slippage (but you really shouldn't be taking them up into those speeds anyways). As long as you're just driving around, then they feel fine. They're not a performance tire though. They do great in the snow.