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I have had them all, Michelin Pilots win hands (archive)

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Posted by Down.Evan...(more) on July 24, 2000 at 19:04:33:

In Reply to: Re: Micheling Pilot Spts vs. Bridgestone Potenza P posted by Bruce on July 24, 2000 at 13:01:15:

Need new tires, came down to these 2 brands. Experiences anyone?

99m3, rain mostly, occassional snow

I had a set of PPs on my M roadster and they are great tires. The only downside is they feel very "squirmy" at speed on the track. If you won't take the car to the track, it's a tossup and you can't lose either way. The Pilots might be a bit better tire in the dry.

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