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Francois

Tyres 997-1TT

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The time has come to change the tyres on my 997-1TT 2008, presently running Pirelli P0, was wondering between the P0 Corsa, the Michelin pilot cup? any other suggestions?

Thanks for all the tips

Francois

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Francois,

Great to see you here again. The Michelins (Pilot Sport) are still probably the favorite. I go through tires so fast i don't see the need to pay what Michelin wants for those tires. I don't track my car so I have opted for the Bridgestone RE-11"s. They have great dry and wet grip for street use. They are quiet and wear decent. They are about 30% cheaper than the Michelins. I went through the rears in about 6000 miles but that's how I drive.

My friend has a 2007 C4S and has already worn his Pilot Sports to the wear bar in 5000 miles.. He drives hard as well...

Here's a pic (fronts) of the RE-11"s. I'm sure others will chime in here with their recommendations as well (probably tell you that the RE-11's are crap :eek: .)

All the best....

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