thumbs down on toyo proxes fz4 for wet performance from me.
i was, however, able to get about 30k out of them with one track day at the end before i got sick of the poor wet weather performance.
that's with mostly highway with the few times a week blast down back roads in the summer.
fz4's were barely acceptable in snow if you plan on trying that too.
i have heard good things about nitto neo-gens for a high performance all-season.
but ultimately i think at this point i'd be dissatisfied with cornering performance from all season tires, so if you're used to the ZRi's, i'd look for a mid-priced summer tire with a higher treadwear rating (280-300)
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