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Old 01-26-2007, 06:26 PM   #9
REX8
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Originally Posted by Stanley View Post
Yes. I found the RE92's to be quite progressive in their loss of traction, and they definitely let you know when you were approaching their limit. The ultimate grip wasn't so good, they had soft sidewalls, and had their obvious limitations, but they were communicative in my recollection.

Try bumping up the tire pressures and see if you get better results. Also, you need to *listen* to them!
+100

Most people find the RE92's extremely progressive and easy to drive at the limit, including most automotive publications when testing the wrx (if that holds more weight).

I find it very strange the OP found otherwise. Its a very easy tire to drive hard on....low limits...but very progressive.

A lot of Suby driving instructors like them for beginners as they are so predictable...
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