Didn't look at your chart, but I've owned a lot of tires (charts are great, but real world driving can't be substituted). In my humble opinion....
Spend some money and go with Bridgestone or Yokohama...
If you can't, I highly recomend Nitto. They have good grip, wet weather stability, and for a high performance tire, they do last.They are relatively new and trying to get their product in the hands of many to build a clientel base. In order to help this, they have priced their product agressively.
I have owned all three of the above tires (and many otheres) and would recomend them to others
As far as size, I would recomend a 225/40 up front and a 245/45 in the rear. This will give you a similar tire height all the way around, give you balanced underesteer (with more rubber in the rear), and not be as harsh as a super low profile tire.
BTW, you will not need to roll your fenders
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