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991 GTS Tyre Choice

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Hi All. 

I need to replace my P ZERO's on my 911 GTS. I'm thinking of trying the Michelin Sport Cup 20" instead. 

any feedback? I do some track days, but not a lot. 

any suggestions on places in Sydney to have them fitted?

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Go the Cup 2s they are a better all round tyre, faster and last longer. Having said that they are still a pretty soft compound and I wouldn't expect more than 10,000kms out of them especially if you're doing a few track days. 

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Michelin Pilot Sport 4 are a good all rounder and wear better than the Cup 2s ,,,,but the Cup 2 is still a gripper tire than the PS 4 in the dry ,,it is softer than the PS 4 ...

The PS 4 is similar to the P Zero Just depends on how you drive and what you are looking for in a tire etc Both Cup 2 and PS 4 are outstanding performance tires ...

In regards to fitment Hamiltons Auto Haus If you are around Chatswood ............dedicated Porsche shop ,,,,and would look after you and your car ...

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A good allrounder for a modern porsche is the Pilot Sport 4S (note 4S not 4)  the Cup 2 is a specialist dry tyre and needs to be warmed up for best performance. Cup 2 are not good in cold or wet conditions.

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14 hours ago, Dåvjdyå†es said:

Hi All. 

I need to replace my P ZERO's on my 911 GTS. I'm thinking of trying the Michelin Sport Cup 20" instead. 

any feedback? I do some track days, but not a lot. 

any suggestions on places in Sydney to have them fitted?

991 GTS - nice ! Series 1 or 2? What mileage did you get from the Pirellis, just curious.

I have P Zeros on my 991 and cant wait to get rid of them; noisy tyres, never been a Pirelli fan. I was planning to go for the PS4s, Michelin are the tyre I always prefer

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