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About 2000SoCalBoxsterS

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    New York
  • Porsche Club
    PCA (Porsche Club of America)
  • Present cars
    Red 2000 Boxster S
    2003 BMW 530i
    2006 GMC Yukon
  • Future cars
    2008 Corvette Z51 Convertible
  • Former cars
    1973 AMC Javelin
    1974 Alfa Romeo Spyder
    1979 10th Anniversary Trans Am
    1991 Toyota Supra Turbo
  1. The "N" rated is required by Porsche. I persoanlly would not run different tires on the front and back. I am on my second set of Perelli P-Zero's on 18" wheels (they last about 10K to 12K miles) and I am very happy with them. My Boxster S is not my daily driver and I only drive it on nice days in late spring through the fall so I can't speak to wet weather traction. They are classified as summer high performance tires so I would not expect them to be very good on wet roads.
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