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      05-15-2009, 11:21 AM   #1
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E92 Tyre recommendation

My M3 E92 has manufacturer supplied Michellin Pilot Sport 245/35, 265/35 mounted on 19" alloys. I am replacing this set soon due to wear (9000 miles) and would like to know whether anyone out there has good experience with other mades of tyres.
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if you are doing this to save money
i would pick up a set of OEM 19's from the for sale forum, and usualy with very low miles
usualy about half the price of new ones
now you can't beat PS2s for around $600
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Actually I am not sure whether the Michellin PS2 I am having is the best and I am comparing Pirelli P zero and Bridgestone Potenza RE050. I am looking for grip and wear rather than wet performance and I wonder whether any E92 owner has tried them.
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I replaced mine with Vredestein Sessanta inc 275/30/19 rears being the only change to standard. Only PS2's come readily in 265/35/19. So far they are very impressive. Mega grip on the rear. About 175 a corner fitted and balanced in this neck of the woods. Ken.
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I replaced mine with Vredestein Sessanta inc 275/30/19 rears being the only change to standard. Only PS2's come readily in 265/35/19. So far they are very impressive. Mega grip on the rear. About 175 a corner fitted and balanced in this neck of the woods. Ken.
So it's been a while, I'd like to know how your opinion of the tires now? And how are the Vredestein Ultrac Sessantas in the wet?
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