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Interesting how these differ completely from almost every non-press opinion I've ever heard/read.

e.g. Michelin Pilot Sport better than any P-Zero??? (Personal experience says no )

S03 better than an S02???

Is this a US-only survey by any chance?

Ian.
 
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Having just had P Zero Assimetrico's fitted,comparing them with the Michelin which I had on my M3 I can safely say that the P Zeros are far superior in every way.
 
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I had P Zeros on my Escort Cossy and they were excellent. Changed them for Michelin Pilots and wished I had not, they were rubbish.
 
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One thing to remember is that compounds differ for different markets, so a US tire will be different to a UK tyre and not just in spelling.

Also a Yokohamma dealer once told me that tyres produced at different times of the year willl also have different compounds (slightly).

Jeremy
 
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I have 245/35/18 Goodyear eagle F1's on and they are as sticky as a working girl's quim in a heat wave. On the down side they don't last very long at all. :(
 
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Well it's a pity they didn't test Toyo Proxes T1-s because I have them fitted to my E6 TME and they rock. They make the car come alive and are amazing in the wet. Tramlining is almost totally emiminated too. Can't imagine even trying any other type of tyre now.
 
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Who makes the road legal 'slick cuts'? Are they only any good in the wet?
 
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Original Post:
Who makes the road legal 'slick cuts'? Are they only any good in the wet?
Pirelli: P-Zero Corsa
Michelin: Pilot Sport Cup
Yoko: 0032R's (???)
Dunlop: Blade will be able to tell you ... can't remember the name.

(I'm sure there are plenty more)

I've never heard anyone be particularly complimentary about these tyres' performance in the wet :)

Ian.
 
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