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Re: Re[2]: Plus One Upgrades on '95 90SQ

 >   I would NOT recommend P6's. They handle fairly well on the dry, but in the
>   wet, the handling is absolutely terrible. My Honda Accord shod with cheapo
>   tires does a *much* better job.

Hmm, I have P6's on the rear of my TQ and thought they performed REAL nicely,
both in the wet and the dry.  There are P4000's on the front, and those are
terrible, but the half used up P6's keep me quite happy.  When the P6's are on
the front, the car will fishtail around corners if I take 'em too fast; with
the P6's on the rear, the front end plows through corners.  Drove a Lumina Euro
(I HAD to, I traded my sister my TQ for her 80 so I could do the TB in it, then
needed a tool-fetcher) yesterday with Eagle GT+4's to pick up some tools & a
manual (Thanks Cello!) and that thing was HORRIBLE.  Took a turn I'm used to
taking in the TQ at 60 and almost wound up in an embankment, that car
fishtailed terribly.

87 5000CS TQ
84 5000S (2,000 miles away and a mile high)