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oracle10g

Need new tires for Boxster 2000 18' wheels

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Anyone with the 18' tires? I need to replace the back tires. Thinking about the Conti Sports since they were the original ones that were on the car when I bought it and it felt very good then, even though a bit noisy.

I mostly drive the car to work one day round trip is about 80 miles and therefore I need tires that last a little more than just pure performance tires.

The three options are:

1. Conti sports.

2. Bridestone S02/S03?

3. Pirelli Rosso.

Thanks for any advise.

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Replaced the Pirelli Asym, with Pirelli Asym Rosso's: Also wnet to 285's in the rear. Discount tire had them on sale everything out the door for $1k. The Rosso's are about 20% quieter so far and feel alot softer and stickier in the grip in the turns

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