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Hello there...I am about to change tires and I was wondering what brand should be the best...My car was wearing pirelli p zero rosso,and I am thinking of byuing the same...My previous Porsche had dunlop sp 9090...I thing thay the pirellis are slightly better...Any opinions?

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I switched to the Kumho Ecsta's. I was running SO3's, but decided to look for a cheaper alternative after they were discontinued. I have no complaints after almost 22k miles and 2 DE's, rears will still last me through the fall and spring months. Great handling for road and track. They are somewhat more noisy, but at almost half the cost.... $109 and $207 for the fronts and rears (respectively) at tire rack.

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Thank you all for your replies...Do the kuhmo tires have N rating?Or it is not essential and it is only for pricing purposes?Michael I ve tried also contisport contact2 tires on the M roadster and were fine...However the Pirellis seemed better,more reliable for high speed cruising...

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