I've currently got a set of Toyo 205/50 15 R888's I caught on sale last year, so I've been autocrossing on them and am pretty happy with them in the Louisiana heat. I know they're not ideal for autoX, but for the small amount of power my CRX is putting down they do better than my Star Specs. Now, I also picked up a set of used 225/45 15 Hankook C71's fairly cheap. I've been thinking about trying to run the Hankooks up front and keeping the Toyo's out back. Well, I figure that I would need the Hankooks to keep the power planted once I finish the turbo setup, but now I'm wondering if I would gain anything from tossing them on now. Running on a fairly rough, small asphalt lot. 450F/550R lb springs, no front sway and 22mm rear ST bar set to full stiff, running close to 3* of camber front and rear, zero toe. Also running factory limited-slip diff.
The car is very balanced with a hint of oversteer when induced as it sits, for reference. Just wondering how this will change the characteristics, and if it's a good idea.