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    Any opinons on Pirelli P Zero's?

    A mate's brother-in-law runs a mobile fitting sevice and has offered me a set at a very good price so I wondered if theyre worth it? Better than budget tyres or should I hold out?

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    lol your joking right!! watch the F1 they are running round on P zero's of some form or another

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    Pirelli's are about as good as it gets, hence why they are fitted OEM to Maserati and Ferrari etc the P zero comes in Rosso and Nero flavours, Rosso is the sport touring and a slightly harder compound P zero Nero is the sport performance tyre.

    I have a full set of brand new Pirelli P7's (same tread pattern as the Rosso I believe) in my garage to be fitted in the next few weeks.

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    For grip the the P Zero Assimetrico is a fantastic tyre, although it wears out a little quicker than some other premium tyres.

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    fantastic summer tires BUT there not designed to be used under 7 degrees there very scary in the winter on low profile large alloys

    0-Large smile ......every time it's driven

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    Turns out they're part worn, which I wouldn't mind but only have 4mm left on em so probably not worth wasting money on.

    Any ideas for a reasonable set of tyres £300 budget?

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    Neuton NT5000 from Neo Brothers you'll have a good handful of change from that budget as well as one of the best all round tyres out there.
    Very long lasting sticks like baby poo to a blanket very quiet ride and smooooothhhhh !

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    Quote Originally Posted by markj23 View Post
    lol your joking right!! watch the F1 they are running round on P zero's of some form or another
    The F1 cars simply carry P Zero adverts, the tyre itself is completely different from the road specification
    Equally, the same adverts appear on other motorsport events, all with different tyres

    Similar to the previous Good Year F1 tyre, completely different to the road version

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    Quote Originally Posted by m8internet View Post
    The F1 cars simply carry P Zero adverts, the tyre itself is completely different from the road specification
    Equally, the same adverts appear on other motorsport events, all with different tyres

    Similar to the previous Good Year F1 tyre, completely different to the road version
    ummm ok

    are they allowed to do that? from a trading point of view! would think is some sort of false advert

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    Quote Originally Posted by Derek Mc View Post
    Neuton NT5000 from Neo Brothers you'll have a good handful of change from that budget as well as one of the best all round tyres out there.
    Very long lasting sticks like baby poo to a blanket very quiet ride and smooooothhhhh !
    ordered 4! £202 inc delivery!!

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