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      04-05-2010, 01:01 AM   #1
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P-zero Nero any good?

hi,does anyone have experience of P-zero Nero on e90/e92/e93 M3? are they any good? or any others tyre you would recommend?

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      05-02-2010, 08:51 AM   #2
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I havent used them on the M3 but I had them on the old car, I rekon they are very good tires, good grips in the dry and wet traction is not bad either. As far as I know they are standard tires for cars like the Bentley Continental GT and my friend's Ferrari F430 also came with them.
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No, not really, either stick the the P-Zero (not Nero or Roso) that is very close, if not the same, in terms of performance as the PS2. Try to Pirelli Corsa or Trofeo if you want something extremely light (much lighter than the PS2 & PSC for sure) and similar in performance to the PSC. I think you may be disappointed with the performance of either the Nero or Roso.
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I had Neros on the E46 M3 with CSL wheels and constantly broke traction off the line. Also a lot of road noise. I think if you want to maintain performance as well as economy then stick to the Michelins and Contis.
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i don't like it, it broke off traction too easy. sidewall is too soft. well.. it all depend how u drive the car. I drive it hards
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No, not really, either stick the the P-Zero (not Nero or Roso) that is very close, if not the same, in terms of performance as the PS2. Try to Pirelli Corsa or Trofeo if you want something extremely light (much lighter than the PS2 & PSC for sure) and similar in performance to the PSC. I think you may be disappointed with the performance of either the Nero or Roso.
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      05-11-2010, 04:41 AM   #7
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i just fitted nero's and having traction issues under acceleration . road noise is not too bad though
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