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posted March 26, 2001 02:46 PM           Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
Michelin Pilot Sport, Bridgestone S02 PP, Pirelli P-Zero, or Dunlop SP8000?

This will be a car driven mainly for fun, no racing, but certainly driven hard.

I'm leaning toward the Bridgestones. I've heard the Pirellis are sticky but wear out quickly. What do you think?

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posted March 26, 2001 08:04 PM           Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
Definitely the Bridgestones. Don't even consider the Dunlops in the same category with the others. The Pirellis are grippy but wear quickly. The Pilots are a great tire, but not as great as the S0-2s and cost a lot more. Have fun with that Porsche.

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