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Discussion Starter · #3 ·
The small pedal u press with yr right foot directly controls the rate at which rubber is removed from the tyres , when frequently depressed fully (near or on the floor) and u get that feeling that u are suddenly heavier than u were 2 or 3 seconds ago u will notice a few thousand miles later that the tyres are quite smooth , replace at this point and repeat the process as desired
 
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The S-01 (shitty BTW) that came on my new E6 were totally gone after 7000 km. Pieces came off in the front!
 
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Same with my S-O1's. The S-O2s that I have now have lasted about 4000 miles, but the edges are wearing off and I might have to get new ones soon.
 
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18,000 miles on mine, and still about 1.5mm of rubber left.

It's true! Drive to the extreme and you need tyres often. Drive like a grandpa and you don't.
 
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