Originally Posted by zc911
i have an 05 zhp sedan. After switching from my winter setup (225/45/17) to my OEM summers (225/40/18 and 255/35/18) the car follow groves in the road and is a bit darty. 2 freinds have similair setups and have the same issues, they said i'll get used to it lol.
On my winter setup the car was straight as an arrow.
Is the staggered setup causing the dartiness/rail roading. I am going to drop the car off at Maranello on thursday for an alignment, just to make sure.
But would i be better off going 235/40/18 alll round maybe?
I'm thinking of switching my E36 from 225/45/17 to 225/40/18. How much harsher are the 18's? I know your switchover is from winter-summer so it's hard to compare, but just want a bit of feedback before I make the dive.
I run staggered 225/45/17 and 245/40/17 Contis. Not as exaggerated as your 255's, but I don't get much tramlining. I did get some when I was running Yoko AVS Sport 235/40/17 all around. I think a lot of it has to do with tire compound selection since the AVS tires were the hardest ones I've ever run on the car.