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After running Michelin PS's on my 997 for 4 years, I took the plunge and moved to the Hankook Ventus, primarily based on the Car & Driver test. I can't comment on treadwear yet, but they ar equieter than the Michelin's and based on my relatively conservative driving style--- there is no difference whatsoever in handling braking, wet or dry. I almost succombed to the old argument "it is a 911, you should put on the best", bu tin the end went for it. I amvery satisfied at spending only $ 800 for 4 new tires

Mike

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Another satisfied customer with the Hankooks. I'm going to try them on my Turbo soon. Michelin has been gouging us for a long time on those Pilot Sports

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Hankooks arent the same as the PS2s. At the limit they are much less forgiving...don't ask how I know :cursing:

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After running Michelin PS's on my 997 for 4 years, I took the plunge and moved to the Hankook Ventus, primarily based on the Car & Driver test. I can't comment on treadwear yet, but they ar equieter than the Michelin's and based on my relatively conservative driving style--- there is no difference whatsoever in handling braking, wet or dry. I almost succombed to the old argument "it is a 911, you should put on the best", bu tin the end went for it. I amvery satisfied at spending only $ 800 for 4 new tires

Mike

I have had the Hankooks on my 996 for 6000 miles and am happier tan I could have ever imagined. I have 3 autocross and 1 DE event on them and these rock. Great in FL rain. It only knows how to down pour here in Tampa. The price is just icing on the cake.

Scott

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