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D05 is a soft compound (sticky), while the C07 is a medium compound (less wear) and a stiffer sidewall.

There is also a D06 which is supposed to be a combination of both--supposed to be a replacement for D05.

In order, D05 would "probably" be best for a stickshift, followed by D06 then C07.
 

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Since you are in Arizona, there is no way I would stick a D05 tire on that car. While it is a soft compound, it doesn't work real well when the track temps get high. It's soft enough, it actually gets greasey instead of sticky.
 
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