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Originally Posted by kevin_stevens
I get better mileage out of the 003R/S than I did the 016. The center compound wears like iron. I wish more tires came with harder center compounds to maintain the profile under street use.
How terrifying is the RS at like 40-55 degree temps? I loved the RS at the track, most predictable tire i've experienced (well for my skill level) and the wear was incredible, only moved on to a DOT race tire because it didn't have quite the outright grip. I just wonder what it would be like cold on the street?
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