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      12-03-2012, 12:03 AM   #1
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Question Pilot Sport PS2 ZP... Where to go from here

I've gotten I think 25,000 out of these tires so far... hard to say since I'm third owner (2nd was CPO). The fronts can probably go another 5-10K and the rears < 5K. They're definitely getting louder, but overall pleased with the grip and they look pretty alright.

What would you guys recommend on my 18" wheels? Should I just wrap them in a new set of these? Is that OK life out of these tires?

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That's a lot of life from a set of PS2. I loved them. Got the PSS as replacement, because rated 30 kmiles instead of 15 (if I remember well) for the PS2. The feel is even better, I know its hard to believe it can get better than that. So far they seem to hold the longer life promise, while delivering first class grip.

You could go to PS2 again (they are really good), but I think the PSS make more sense financially. Cost more upfront, but last longer, so overall you save.
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Cool. I definitely will stay with Michelin, so PSS will be looked at. Thanks
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