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Victor Vahe Chilgevorkyan

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    2002 986 Boxster H6-2.7 Yellow 5-Speed Manual!

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  1. I bought a 2002 986 a few months ago. The rear tires were worn so i had them replaced with new ones. The rears were replaced with new pirrelli Cinatro P1 plus tires (265). The front has bridgestone potenza (225). They are on 18 inch rims. I want to know what the characteristics are of these tires and what is a good all around tire to get for sprited driving as this is a weekend car only. Should i replace the front with cinatros to keep it the same ?
  2. Thanks Loren it worked! I work at a Porsche dealership but they asked me to bring it in. :(
  3. Hi Guys its a 2002 boxster. CDR-220 type 4462 Serial 15003007. Thanks it advance!
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