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      07-06-2011, 12:35 PM   #23
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Yes, by every I meant two ... sorry for the confusion. I am fairly sure it is the rear tires that are causing sliding. With that said .... time for new tires. To keep the Pilot Sports or not ...
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      07-06-2011, 12:53 PM   #24
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Pilot Sport's are good tires. I'm praying that mine comes with Michelin's and not the Continentals. Either way, once they're worn out I'm probably going to switch to the Yokohama Neova's. You may want to check them out. I drove a car on the track that had them and they did way better than the Pilot Sport 2's that were on my car. Neither are R compound tires though.
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