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Michelin Pilot Sport 3's i would say also, i ery rarely got wheelspin in mine when running them
However when it gets wet the Continental Sport Contact 3's are better
Personal opinion but most like the Michelins
 

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I dont care too much about wet. I dont intend to drive on the limit on wet, but I do on dry )
 
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See the tests on the internet, usually P-Zero, Continental SC5P get the top dry positions, Michelin PS3 is average as a High performance dry tyre.
 

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Never had p-zero but were they originally supplied from factory with these. They defo looks the best tyre.
 

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Michelin PS2's , however they are not available anymore. PS3's after that :thumbs:

Expected April next year for 225/45/17 probably the new Michelin pilot super sport
Michelin Pilot Super Sport

looking on internet, the 17" already seem to be available in the US
I wanted to get the Supersports a few months back and they were not available. This is good news indeed jwq, but only in US? no EU?
 

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Where did you hear that Brad? My local places here still have them available... as do camskill and elite.
 
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