2012 & 2021 GT500 strippers
My '21 with the 4s doesn't take much effort to light up. We don't necessarily drive the same roads or conditions. TC does do a much better job of getting it under control with this later car than the '12. I had MPSS on my '12 previously, which are the predecessor of the 4s, and it's quite a bit of difference with the SC2 from a traction standpoint. I leave TC on in the '12. The car doesn't care.Totally different animal. I am assuming he is wanting a 2020+ as these two tires come stock. IMO, the TC, SC and drive modes on the 2020+ are very good. It really isn’t that easy to spin the tires on these cars. You have to be in the right setting and try to spin them. They do spin in cold weather easily. The 4s are a much better tire if you are not going to track it. They last much longer with double the tread wear rating. They actually do all right in the rain as well.
My point was more directed at short term tires on a car that might not accumulate a lot ofmiles. But there are trade offs. The 4s is all around quieter and smoother, but is likely to get 3-4 times the miles of the softer compound. I do get a bit more tramlining with the SC2 too. And picks up small rocks and road debris a whole lot easier if that's a concern.