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  1. Vee

    Falken 453's in the wet

    I've just fitted a set of boots to my M5 and opted for Falken 453's based on good personal and virtual recommendations. I was out over the weekend charged with the task of testing my new MAFs in the wet (!) and was looking forward to indulging on roundabouts at low speeds. I have to say I was disappointed with the tyres - they were far too grippy Speeds increased and it still took a clumsy bootful to unsettle it - combined with excellent dry grip leading to progressive slip I'm really impressed. I'm not going to say that more expensive tyres won't be any better (they undoubtably will be) but for a few hundred nicker less than a set of PS2's/3's these are a very good option. Be interesting to see how long they last.....
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