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      05-14-2009, 04:52 AM   #3
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I find the Nitto INVO's grip about 80-90% of the PS2's, and requiring a much shorter time to get them in "optimal grip" temperature. The PS2's took about double the time to get them to grip 100%.

Steering response I find the INVO's only about 60-70% of the PS2's. The PS2's steering response is precise and quick where as the INVO's feel sluggish.

Price, the INVO's were $300 flat for my rears (285/30/19) while the PS2's in the same size were $452. Yes, this is PER tire.
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