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Old 03-20-2004, 09:08 AM   #11
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I'm running 30psi in the front, and 32psi in the rear. Glad to hear you like the tires.
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every good year i have owned have only lasted a GOOD YEAR max...

They bite me azz..
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I just looked at those Mich Pilots, and they look great. I'm still kinda leanin to the Continental ContiSport II. But also on that note my Yokahomas have been great.
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I just cannot describe the difference from the Goodyears to the Pilots - the car is so smooth and hugs the road and corners perfectly. It is really a different car and I too really like the "look "of the tires and particlulary the unique tread design on the car.
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I replaced the Goodyear RSA'* with Michelin Energy MXV4+ '* and could not be happier Quieter/Better Ride/Better Handling/ They were also a big help in the snow we had this past winter.
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The difference is easy to describe. Night and Day.
No wonder they slaughtered Bridgestone last year in F1.
If only Ferrari would go away for awhile...
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