Joined: Feb 2011
Location: Western MA
I use the Michelin Pilot SS tires on mine right now. When I bought them, other manufacturers did not have the right combination of sizes for the staggered set up and size difference in my wheel setup. I would definitely go with the Continental Extreme Contact Sport tires next time. Performance is nearly identical and cost is less.
I used the Extreme Contact DWS on my 2012 GT, and I thought they were good enough to use all the time although I just used them in colder weather on different rims. I also had the Track Pack on this car. I mounted the DWS tires on another set of the Track Pack wheels (black Motorsport). So for wet and cold the DWS are pretty good for the money.
And although I don't drive my car after mid-November until the end of March here in New England, I have Pirelli P Zero A/S 275/40/19 tires, mounted on different wheels, on all four corners. I'll put them on at the end of September and drive it until I put it away for the winter. The traction is actually pretty good considering the power it has. I also let the car sit on them until spring. They have been good to me so far. I do drive it in cold and rain. After all, it's just a car.
2014 Shelby GT500:Delivered 4/3/13, Black/Black stripes/Black interior, SVT Track Package, SVT Performance Package, JLT Oil Seperator, FRPP Resonator Delete, Syntha Max blue air filter, Revan Racing shifter bushing, Michelin PSS tires, Lloyd GT500 mats, and yes the stock Shelby seats.