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View Poll Results: Wich is better
Pirelli P-Zero 3 33.33%
Nitto Invo 6 66.67%
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      09-12-2012, 10:01 PM   #1
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Pirelli P-Zero Vs Nitto invo

Getting new tires for my new rims and have 2 choices...would go PSS if I could but they don't have the sizes I need so these are the best 2.

Nitto invo or P-Zero....I have seen some good reviews for the P-zero but are older reviews and the the P-Zero cost more. Have seen mixed reviews with the invo...what I have always learned is do not go cheap on tires.

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245/30/20 front
285/25/20 rear

If there is a better option in these sizes please post them!
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      09-13-2012, 11:48 AM   #2
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Run flats or no?
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      09-13-2012, 12:18 PM   #3
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Run flats or no?
Iwillask the vendor, but pretty sure non.
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I love the invos, especially for the price. Etc...Hankook v12 have a lot of grip but soft sidewalls.
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I love the invos, especially for the price. Etc...Hankook v12 have a lot of grip but soft sidewalls.
I went with the nitto invo!
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Invos get my vote! Great tire, attractive tread design, just wear quickly
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Invo's get my vote as well! Tread design is neat.
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Invo's get my vote as well! Tread design is neat.
That is what I went with
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My 275 Invo's were great street tires (quiet, comfortable) but spun very easily... not a grippy straight-line tire at all. I had maybe 3 trips to the dragstrip and they were toast in about 8000 miles.

I've been much happier with the Michelin Pilot Super Sports that replaced them
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Running invo here. Love em. Plus rounded shoulders like Pss Are nice for wide wheels
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My 275 Invo's were great street tires (quiet, comfortable) but spun very easily... not a grippy straight-line tire at all. I had maybe 3 trips to the dragstrip and they were toast in about 8000 miles.

I've been much happier with the Michelin Pilot Super Sports that replaced them
That is what I have now (only 500 miles on them) but they do not come in the sizes I need or I wouldn't hesitate to get them.
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It would be nice if this thread had pics. I'm new here and don't know about everyone else but I like pics.
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It would be nice if this thread had pics. I'm new here and don't know about everyone else but I like pics.
havent got them yet lol!
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