I purchased a 2012 mustang gt with some slight modifications. The mods I’m aware of are roush exhaust, bama performance 93 octane tune, CAI, stage 1 clutch, brembo brakes. judging by the power others make on similar, I’m going to assume 400-420 rwhp. (No dino even remotely close to me ) So, the mustang came with 20” American muscle wheels and 305/35/r20 Mickey Thompson street comp 6228 tires in the back and 255/35/r20 in the front. I bought the car about 1k miles ago and I’m just watching the rear tires get ate away every time I drive. They visibly loose tread depth it seems like every time I drive lol. The insides wearing out way faster then the outside (I’m assuming needs an alignment). And these tires break traction through third gear. It’s obviously going to be time to replace the tires soon. The point of this thread is to determine how to proceed in doing so. My options as I see them. 1) Replace rear tires with the same Mickey Thompson’s, as the front tires still have a lot of meat on them. 2) replace and upgrade tires all together I’m leaning towards option 2, but I’m such a noob that I’m totally lost in the world of tires and ratings now. I don’t mind spending good money on tires, but I don’t want to do so and need to replace them again in 10k miles, or have the same grip & performance. I’ve been contemplating the Pirelli P Zero tires. But they’re not exactly cheap, and I’ve been hearing that whilst they may grab better they won’t last longer. I’m used to regular trucks and cars where you buy tires and don’t worry about it for 40-60k miles. Is that not feasible for a vehicle like this? I’m curious about everyone’s opinions on this. What’s the best bang for your buck tires? What will grab the best? What will last the longest? What do you think provides the best middle ground in tire? Thank you for your time and I look forward to hearing from everyone!