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Auto X setup question for 996 C2

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I am getting the car ready for autox, I just had a PSS9 kit installed, huge difference, but have 4 points left to spend in the class I am going to run. The choices are

1) GT-3 Sway bars (2 points) and Pirelli Corsa DOT 60 or Michelin Pilot Sport Cup tires DOT 80 (2 points) in 225 Front 265 Rear (stock size)


2) Skip the Sway Bars and get bigger wheels and tires 235 F 295 R (4 points) and run regular Dot 220 street tires ie. Michelin Pilot Sport PS2.

I am on the fence as a newbie driver some have said less to think about is better ie. worry about adjusting the shocks and get big street rubber on the car as it is more predictable than the stickier pilot sport cup tires or Corsa's. Does any one have any suggestions or have you tried the above setups?

I will continue to use the car as a daily driver, however living in SD I am not worried about rain but am worried about soft compound tires picking up every nail on the highway.

Thanks in advance.


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