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I need to replace the rear tires on my 2007 C4s and it turns out the Michelin Pilot Super Sports are completely unavailable, with no ETA. Even if one makes allowance for the odd size and likely small demand, that is still pretty shocking. What alternative have you tried and what do you recommend? Car is a daily driver, street driven, I value quiet running (not that our cars are *that* quite, but would rather not add running noise).
jimmy3530 posted a topic in 996 Series (Carrera, Carrera 4, Carrera 4S, Targa)Hi everyone: I had a rear tire blowout on my way in to work today (steel plates in road....grrrr) and since I use my car as a daily driver (2000 C4 996)I need to get it fixed fast. Here is my situation: I have Pirelli PZero's N3's all around which are all worn and due for a change. I would like to swap ALL them out for either: Option1: Michelin Pilot Sport PS2 N3 ($$$$) Option 2: Michelin Pilot SuperSport (cheaper, better rating at Tirerack) Option 3: Michelin Pilot Sport All Season Plus So, two questions: 1. How important is that N3 designation? The TSB for approved summer tires seems to make me think that I can't run any rubber other than N2, N3, N4 etc. 2. Anyone like all season tires. I live in the Washington DC area and we get little snow here....a set of dedicated snows seems like overkill. Thanks for your help!!!!