I had both on my car and the Invos by far were better .... funny thing I went from RSA's to BFG's and was like woooow these are great ..... and when i went from BFG's to Invos ..... I was like wwhhhoooaaa unfu#$%^&*able
Eibach Lowering springs,Mopars upgraded front and rear sway bars ,Mopar front strut tower bar, RazorsEdge rearstrut tower bar ,LMI fendermount CAI, Pred. 93 tune , functional scoops , Kooks headers , Kooks highflow cats, MBRP Catback, 180 TT, 87mm MM Throtlebody(polished) ,Moroso Billet Rad. res. and power steering tank , Moroso CC with drain..aero force guages, dual guage pod
Not sure where you live, how many miles you put on your car per year, etc...
But I highly recommend the Nitto NT05 for the track and they work great on the street, dry and wet, just not in the snow/ice. Treadwear is slightly lower than the Invo but this is by far my favorite tire. Second choice would've been the BFG Sport COMP 2, but I couldn't be happier with these NT05s.
- 2011 Challenger R/T Classic GWE 6-speed, 27M, Hurst Billet Pro shifter, SX catch can, SX skip-shift eliminator, JBA Cat4Ward headers, 180 t-stat, DiabloSport-tuned, Charger intake tube, Blastin' Bobs reso delete, BC coilovers, Razor's Edge front and rear 4-point braces, SPC UCAs, SPC rear camber bushings, Michelin Pilot Super Sport 255/45ZR20
I live in ny. The car doesn't see snow or rain. I drive it in the summer maybe 10k a year. I considered the nto5's. I'm leaning towards the nittos but read the review on the bfgs where yet went to the road course and that got my interest
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