Originally Posted by GrabberBlue5.0
Is the vehicle a daily driver? will you be driving it through the winter? The RS3-A has a 30k mileage warranty and is great in dry and wet, but honestly I don't feel like there is enough siping to be great in snow. If you are looking for the ultimate grip, it is not a daily driver, and/or not a winter vehicle, go with the RS3-S. These are definitely some of the stickiest street tires out there. and I would go with the 40's over the 35's, I am running 275/35 and I worry constantly about a decent pothole being enough to ruin a tire/wheel, and I don't feel like they fill the wheel well good enough.
Yeah, sorry, meant to say its a DD, winter included, that will see some track time. So youre running 275/35s front/back? Kinda figured that regarding the RS3-As, but maybe Ill stick with 'em & just park her in snow. Was curious about profile too so good info, thanks.