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Hi Carmelo.... Most US GT3s were delivered with the Michelin Pilot Sport 2 N2. This tire was developed by Michelin for the GT3 (note the N2 designation) and the rear 295/30-18s are also "Extra Load" rated. This means that the tires are designed to comfortably handle more load at rated max inflation. The PS2 295/30-18 is service rated at 98Y or 1653 lbs, whereas the normal load rating for that size is 94 or 1477 lbs. Given that, and the fact that the PS2 is probably the best all around performance tire that I have tried (IMHO), I would recommend the PS2. Note that there is a rear Pirelli PZero Rosso Asimmetrico that is "Porsche Approved" with an "N" rating, but that tire does not have the XL Load Rating.... and that there IS a PZero Rosso in that size that DOES have the XL rating, but, curiously is NOT Porsche "N" rated. You can do all the research at: http://www.tirerack.com/tires

As far as getting the best price...there are cheaper alternatives, but, for our cars, I would not start with price as my first criteria. Personally, I do the research and decide what I want, then ask my local good-guy tire dealer to get them for me for the best possible price....and I bring him lots of business in return.

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