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Hey EVerybody, I live in South Florida, and of course we have no snow here.. I am dieng to see everybodys pictures of snow w/ their STi's.. If you have them, lets see them !!! I deffinately am planning on moving back up north, I am tired of it being hot all year round !
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we haven't had any snow here yet but they're we're suppose to get some tomorrow, if we do i'll defiantly take some pics
 

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Here are a few from last year...




Yukonart, whhheeerrrre are you?? :lol:
 

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I moved here in 1999... I have gone up every year to NYC in Dec. but this year i'm not.. I'll probably be moving somewhere up north.. Two most likely places, CO or NYC, but most likely out west..
 

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I just got back from a trip to the local HS parking lot - we got about 2 inches up here last night and I thought it'd be a good opportunity to test out the snow tires and my new mudflaps. I didn't get any pictures but the STI drives like a dream in the snow, simply amazing.

I'll try to get some pics of the car + snow + numerous snowy skidmarks in the near future :lol:


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^^^^ That's what I'm talking about :tup: :banana:
 

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I got the ContiExtremes on...and in dry weather they are noticibly squirmier than the RE 070s (which I expected) but in the snow I haven't had a problem yet. Though they aren't as good as Pirelli PZeros on dry pavement, I picked the Contis because they are rated better for ice than the PZeros. I figured it would be the closest to a winter tire while still offering some Z-rated performance.
 

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nandanrp said:
I got the ContiExtremes on...and in dry weather they are noticibly squirmier than the RE 070s (which I expected) but in the snow I haven't had a problem yet. Though they aren't as good as Pirelli PZeros on dry pavement, I picked the Contis because they are rated better for ice than the PZeros. I figured it would be the closest to a winter tire while still offering some Z-rated performance.

This is exactly what my observations were, too.

Just don't push the Contis too far in the dry and they work just fine.
 

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Haven't had any fun in it yet, but here's mine... all tucked in w/ her blankie!!

^ I really need to do something about that gap.:( Maybe when the snow melts!!:D

 
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