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      11-07-2012, 03:14 AM   #34

Drives: E24 635CSI
Join Date: Jul 2012
Location: Hong Kong

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Originally Posted by Robin_NL
To the OP, nice Q car. Congrats.

Originally Posted by BM635 View Post
Thanks for clarifying the fact that those are run-flats. I have PZeros (non RF) on my RS6 and C63, works great on both cars, so wouldn't mind getting them for the M135i as well, if the new generation RF are similar in ride comfort and handling to the non RF.

Actually they're not even close imo.

I ordered my F30 335i without RFTs (I had 4 BMWs with RFTs before and I sometimes switched them because of the noise/harsh ride) but my salesperson told me this is the last generation Bridgestone S001 RFT(19 inch) no worries blabla.

IF I'm not going to order a F20/21(kids) M135i 8AT , I'm going to switch to Pilot Supersports this spring. The S001s are rather sporty and precise, but still harsh and NOISY as hell! Within a few weeks I put Conti (RFT...) wintertyres on , I guess they will be a tad less noisy.

That's why I want to ask M135i drivers: How is the ride/noise?
I'm planning to drive one nov. 28th...

The non RF Michelin SuperSport is the best tyre atm. It suits the 135 very well. I just order the small pump with the non rf package and that's it.

Hi Robin, Thanks for your feedback. My only experience with RF were from a 2011 550i GT, pretty bad car to start with, and made worse by the standard 19" RF tires. Had it for 1 year, first time ever that I would rather NOT take the scenic route and just go straight (literally) home. From the comments before, I thought the RF on a M135i achieved the same qualities as my other cars with same tires but non-RF. I can't make direct comparisons until I'm finished with my current set of michelins & put a set of PZeros RF on, until then, would be happy to get feedbacks from people with both brands, on a M135i.