^^^^ I've been leaning towards them SW, had them on the Leon FR before Blackcircles convinced me to try the Falken ZE912 which are good but not >= the 452. Both are miles ahead of the Pirelli's and Dunlops I've tried though, hate Pirelli's.
I've heard that the 912's werent as good.
I've tried others but always found the 452's to be be the best.
When I had my Clio Sport I tried Toyo Proxes which were amazing in the dry but show them a wet roundabout & all they wanted to do was throw me in the nearest hedge.
Then I went back to the Continental Conti Sports that they came with as standard & they werent brilliant, wet or dry they never offered much in the way of confidence for "spirited" driving
Lastly I tried BF Goodrich something or other & they were pretty tasty, gripped amazing in the dry & even in the wet they made me feel like a hero on quick roundabouts.
But when I went upto the Cupra it was all about the Falkens.
Everyone on Seat Cupra.net recommended them when I changed my wheels & I couldnt agree more they are amazing.
Mine have lasted over 2 years & still have tread left on them but the wheels really let them down now so will be changed when I get rid of the VERY tatty R32 Replica's...NEVER EVER buy cheap alloys mine look atrocious now
Really looking forward to getting the new ones on.
Just wish I could decide what to do with the interior then I'd be a happy bunny