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Barely Used Set of Pirelli P Zero Tires: Sizes 255x40x20(2) and 285x35x20(2)

Location: Poway, California [24 miles North of San Diego]

I purchased these tires for Street use Traction after obtaining wrong information for my TQ, as these Tires are not as "sticky" as I need..

I have replaced them with MAXX DSSTs, which suits my needs.

1174 Miles on Tires, no Harsh/Track or High Speed Driving: Mileage documented with Invoices from
Dealers on Install and Uninstall. These ORIGINALS, NOT COPIES of the Invoices will be shipped with the
Tires for Verification of the Mileage.

$800 for set plus Shipping [The buyer can determined how they want them shipped to determine Shipping Cost: See "Shipping Information" below]
Of course, you can come to get them, if convenient.
Automotive tire Architecture Lighting Tread Gas

Shipping Information:
Weights: 255s-27lbs. each; 285s 31lbs each.
Size: 28x28x12 "Shipping "Box" for each Tire.
Poway Zip Code: 92064
 

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You are right, however, these Tires can be used in some Track situations; they do not have enough "stick" for my needs; I will update my post.

Thank you for pointing this out. Here is what Pirelli actually wrote to me about the tire:

"The P Zero, and tires in that category, maximum Performance Summer, are not necessarily designed to give maximum starting traction, but more higher speed and lateral traction while driving."
 

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The noise is equivalent, to me, at least, no different and the DSSTs are much sticker[which is MY NEED]: noise not an issue.

While the Post about not being a "Track Tire" maybe true to some, I know many who do use the P Zeros for tracking; it is just a matter of what expectations someone has, when Tracking.

See the quote from Perilli above to give you an idea of what one could expect when using for Tracking.

These Tires are not as focused to Tracking as the MPSS tire, but try to find any of those; the MPSS is out of Production with no delivery date available.

I absolutely encourage you or anyone who may be interested, to ask others about their experience with these Tires before making any decision:

I do not want anyone to have "Buyers Remorse".

Thanks for the inquiry.
 
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