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MrDemonPs4s not n rated tough but who cares.
PrintboyHi The first set l fitted to my 986 3.2 s were Pirelli p zero,good grip but only good for 18 month (10,000 miles). Then after much research went for the Michelin Pilot sport sp2. Brilliant! Great grip 20,000 miles on and still 5mm tred and good grip. got them though ASDA tyres. Yes! ASDA, give them a try and save yourself a few quid.
BJ InnesI'd unreservedly recommend Michelins. If you are keen on N rated, then your options are limited. Michelin PS4S N0's are not available in 19" sizes. They were tested and developed by Michelin and Porsche for the 718 Cayman in 20" sizes. I've visually compared the non N rated 19" and N rated 20" versions of the PS4S and the side walls are very different. It's not only the rim protection aspect, the PS4S N0 seems wider in profile and more "chunky" looking. I've yet to fully appraise this tyre on my 718 CS. If they perform as well as they look, they'll be a stunning road and track tyre. If I were you, I'd buy a set of non N rated Michelin PS4S 19". The other available options are second best in my experience. Brian
s999swsAre you saying that the tyre fitters damaged the wheel rim, and that you expected it to happen?If so, then I'd give them a miss next time. Sws
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