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MrDemono that's a shame , in that it's a 10 year old design :-( And while I loved the PS2 10 years a go it's not a good tyre vs what you can buy now.
MrDemonit's not about ragging the car it's about how poor a PS2 is in the wet and in the UK we have a lot of that wet stuff.with every other car on modern tyres these days if you go ona motorway in the wet and there is a issue the car infront is going to stop a hell of a lot quicker than you are.So it's quite a major safety concern choosing an old design and compound over new style styles. The amazing MPSS came after the PS2 back in 2010 and then the PS4S after that so you can see how old that deign is now. I am shocked you can still buy a PS2 to be fair. plus it was a PS4S not a PS4 I advised as did others, PS4's are hot hatch tyres. As I say a shame, I don't under stand why people bother to ask when 3 people said get PS4S and you buy a 10 year old tyre ! If you wanted N spec for warranty only then the Good year F1 in N spec would have been the best choice in 19" imo. Sorry if that's sounds a bit negative, but we all offered our best advice.
Wollemithe PS2 N2 may well not be as good as the PS4S - I don't know I haven't tried it, but the PS2 N2 is still a brilliant tyre which really suits the 987 Boxster so I'm sure that JMR will be very happy with his new tyres. (I have gone through three sets of PS2s on road and on track and have never found them to be "poor" in the wet)
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