Date: 13 Jul 2002 13:12:16 -0700 From: wfc_001nopsamail.com (w) Subject: Re: TIRES??? Can you reccomend tires for a 1999 9-3 SE?
"Ken Freeman" <kenfreemannopsamlepc.com> wrote in message news:<uj0cl1asut2l7dnopsam.supernews.com>... > You didn't say quiet is important, but I've been very satisfied with Dunlop > SP5000s. Great grip, 40k miles, better puncture resistance than the SP4000, > and decent all-season performance. > "Bob" <uctraingDESPAMnopsamanet.com> wrote in message > news:roggiugovksco5t19evml2ca1l66eggfvdnopsamcom... > > On Sat, 06 Jul 2002 21:41:30 GMT, (wako) wrote: > > > > >I need to replace the OEM Michelin PILOT MXM"s on my '99 9-3 SE. I > > >have not been particularly pleased with the Michelins and am seeking > > >an alternative tire. > > > > > >I drive aggressively, and need a tire that delivers performance and > > >reponsiveness, without excessive noise. > > > > > >Considering: > > >Bridgestone PPOTENZA S-03 Pole Position > > > > Reported to be very sticky. They don't last very long. Great > > off the line. > > > > >Dunlop SP Sport 9000 > > > > Can't say... > > > > >and Michelin PILOT Sport's > > > > Other end of the spectrum. Mine were typical Michelin: Great > > performance dry but very hard tires. So, they last a long time > > but are slick in the rain. > > > > You should read a few of the reviews at www.tirerack.com . > > > > Bob I'd like to know which, if any, of the previous tires recommended in this thread are low-profile. Obviously the Dunlops I know are. Thanks.