I use my Mustang for track use and some DD, tires does old the car really fine, just keep in mind the type of rubber on this tire requires it to be warmed up to function better if you floor it stone cold it will NOT have grip not even on street use, perfect for a 500+ hp car
fronts are 305/35R20 rears are 315/35R20
I was hesitant to buy these tires. My Mustang came with Pirelli PZero tires (staggered sizes front/rear) and I thought there was no way a tire at this price (Ohtsu) could outperform the Pirelli. But I went and ahead and bought them as a combo tire/wheel set. Oh my Lord, what a difference! Ford has to dump the Pirellis , there is no doubt! The Ohtsu "hooks up" so much better! Gone is the annoying wheel hop that I used to get (and I also had new a/m vertical links installed before the new tires), less noise than the Pirellis, better in the rain and the Ohtsu tires seem to ride more effortlessly on the road, giving the impression of "gliding" but not where is a sense of no control.
A much better tire for the Mustang GT that is for sure. Now to see how they hold up but considering my Pirellis had only 8000 miles on them and they looked pretty beat, the Ohtsu should be the winner here.
I am actually very amazed...(no way I will use these in the snow but I had to give a rating or the review would not be posted)
While I had heard over the years that Blizzak tires were really awesome in the winter my experience with them so far has been pretty poor.
One icy roads, and in snow, they perform quite well and you'd expect this from a winter tire.
In slightly warmer temperatures where the road is wet and it rains heavily the tires are EXTREMELY poor for handling. It doesn't take much throttle on my car to spin the back out when it's wet outside with these tires.
They might be OK for a normal economy car, but for a high performance sports car they're very poor. I should've sprung another $400 total and just got performance winter tires, but lesson learned. Will not buy these again.