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Falken Azenis FK-453
Falken Azenis FK-453
  • Price Range:  USD $117.99 to $370.99
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    The AZENIS FK453 is the latest generation of Falken´s steadfast Ultra High Performance tire, available in a wide array of diameters, from 17-inch to 22-inch, along with staggered widths, making this tire versatile, resourceful, dynamic, and powerful. In addition, FK453 features the latest developments in noise-absorption technology, and incorporates a high silica compound that presents better dry and wet grip. The multiple nylon-reinforced layers allow for better high-speed stability, an important asset based on the driver´s exacting demands.

    • A NEW SILICA COMPOUND for better dry and wet grip.
    • SPECIAL "FALKEN FEATURE" F-ARROW IDENTITY brand new sideway that enhances the overall look of the tire.
    • THREE WIDE CIRCUMFERENTIAL GROOVES effectively evacuate water and significantly improve hydroplaning resistance for outstanding wet handling.
    • MULTIPLE NYLON REINFORCED LAYERS designed for better high speed stability, plus new optimized casing profile offers better contact with the road for increased handling, particularly in the area of lane change maneuvers.
    • ASYMMETRIC TREAD DESIGN with large outside shoulder blocks, provide enhanced cornering and better braking traction while reducing tire noise.

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    Overall: 4.1  
  • 4/16/2014
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  • Size: 235/35R19 (2007 Porsche 911 2 Dr Coupe Carrera 4S with 9654 KM of Tire Wear )
    Anonymous is a Confident, Experienced Driver
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    Swapped to the Azenis FK453 after my (OEM) Michelin PS2s wore out. Have been a fan of the Falken-Porsche ALMS team over the past 2 years, and therefore decided to give these a shot since they've been presumably developed through exhaustive testing/racing by the ALMS team... Basis of judgement: daily driver 997 Carrera 4S; nearly 62K on the odometer, 6k on FK453 so far. No track time, but occasional spirited driving. Overall, excellent tire and value. Unlike many makes/models, Porsche's tend to wear tires unevenly: rears wear almost 1.5-2x faster than the fronts (naturally, considering the rear-engine layout). The FK453 tends to wear a bit faster than I expected. However, the daily usability is par excellence. Smooth, well-balanced tire, especially over rough pavement. Confidence-inspiring in the rain, even in lower temps. Great on the highway; no appreciable road noise or "hum". Crisp, predictable handling. A tad softer compared to the PS2, but trade-off is a slightly more supple ride with the Falkens for daily commuting/driving that makes driving my 911 a pleasure. Bottom line: Solid UHP tire for exotics and/or powerful sports cars/sedans, especially those driven daily. Over time, the value is tremendous. Would purchase again...
    Overall: 3.6  
  • 3/12/2014
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  • Size: 245/45R19 ( 5000 KM of Tire Wear )
    Anonymous is a Aggressive Driver (Hard Cornering)
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    No tire in the "world" should wear out after only 5,000 miles. These brand new tires are worn out to the ribs at 5,000 miles folks. Yes, I do drive spiritedly as well. But, I do not intentionally brake the tires lose all the time. I paid Sears $785 6 months ago to buy these tires. Now having to replace them and still paying for the worn out tires. I recommend you NOT buy these tires.
    Overall: 4.6  
  • 2/26/2014
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  • Size: 275/30R20 ( 15000 KM of Tire Wear )
    Anonymous is a Confident, Experienced Driver
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    I put a set of rears on my HSV GTS, very good wet and dry grip. Side wall Flexing very minimal. As good as the bridgestone potenza 050A. Where they are not so good is treadwear I got 28K from the Bridgestones and only 15K out of the Falkens.
    Overall: 2.8  
  • 2/25/2014
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  • Size: 275/35R18 ( 12872 KM of Tire Wear )
    Anonymous is a Confident, Experienced Driver
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    I ran these tires on my E46 M3 but didn't keep the M3 long enough to realize anything negative about the tires. So, when I jumped to an E55 AMG and was in need of new rear tires, I bought a pair. Huge mistake. The rear tires I replaced went almost 18,000 miles. Under the same driving habits, these Falkens went less than 8,000 before the tread was simply gone. My E55 is slightly modded at 490rwhp/650lbs-ft of torque, so clearly I can not run soft compound tires is not the way to go.
    Overall: 2.7  
  • 2/7/2014
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  • Size: 275/35R18 ( 6436 KM of Tire Wear )
    Anonymous is a Confident, Experienced Driver
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    I have always had Falken tyres on my BMW but these are the worst ever. The day the old ones came off and the 2 new rear tyres were fitted the car felt unstable. I love motorway driving but these tyres have taken all the pleasure out of it. My rear end feels like it is swaying from one side to the other with every bump in the road. I thought I would give the tyres time to bed in as the tyre rubber seemed really thick, it has now been 3 months. I have adjusted the tyre pressures but not really much difference. They seem to have good grip on wet roads, noise is good, but no stability. Would never buy again.
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