M5 Expert (>4000)
Join Date: Feb 2001
Location: west palm beach. fl.
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The previous owner of my M5 had some Vredestein Ultrac Vortis and they are pretty much dead. My car is just a weekend/date night cruiser and hits some back roads from time to time. It will likely never see an HPDE event, and definitely not on whatever street tires I purchase.
That being said, I'm torn between these two tires. I wasn't happy at all with the Vredesteins, so hopefully either tire will be an upgrade. I'm in eastern NC so relatively mild climate and I will never drive in bad weather unless given no choice (broke daily or caught out in the rain). Also a potential of this going up for sale in the nearish future, so saving $150 on a set of tires isn't terrible.
Given your goals, I would say go for the all seasons. You won't notice any difference and the A/S may ride slightly better and last longer.
I have PS4S on my M5, but A/S 3 (no plus) on my MCS because they are a better riding tire and it won't see the track.
Dinan Stage 3 suspension, SS jet coated headers, ESS SC kit w/ 1 range colder NGK's, 92mm pulley, 440 Big Greens, TTFS alpha N tune for meth, RK plenum plates, SBC Endurance Stage 3 Kevlar performance clutch setup, "Jed" lightened DMFW, open brake ducts, TEC cupholder, U.S.(Euro style) tilt/slide armrest, 6k HID fogs, Umnitza bi-xenon flamethrowers w/6k super white low beams, rear fogs, V1/Stealth1, dual head LI, 2.65 diff w/40% lockup/2x dynamic, compact spare, M5 logo trunk carpet, Euro trailer hitch, Mocal oil cooler, ACS type rear spoiler, Rogue custom SSK and tranny mounts, ST 355 BBK (fronts), BP sway bar brackets, Bluetooth retrofit, Speedhut boost gauge (20 psi), Dinan TB's and VS, KB BAP, Howerton/HFS-3 Aquamist WI trunk setup (50/50), with 2nd gauge in rear view mirror, aftermarket trunk mounted sound system integrated into stock unit (amps, crossovers, sub and speakers).......