COUTO1981 said:I just searched and foung a thread "check out my huge meat" that had Pirelli PZero Rosso - 355/25/19 :jawdrop: , am I right, thats an Awesome size :thumb:
Funny you should mention...I've heard a lot of negative comments about the Pirelli's but I've had great experience with them. I wore out my factory F1's in 12k miles and I now have 12k on my Pirelli's and it looks like they still have about 3-4k miles left on them even with some track time on them. They're actually very similar in construction and compound to the F1'sdroid said:I am wiating for them too! Got my bonus check yesterday and am ready to pull the trigger on some CCW 505a's when there is a better 19" tire than the pirelli rosso.
PerforminNorman said:Wayne, what offset are you running on those wheels and how much room remains between the inside of the tire and the wheel tub?
Inquiring mind, wants to know.
That was me, and they are working awesome. I'm not going to get into the whole argument/discussion again about the 355 Pirelli's vs the 345 Pilot Sports, some people are just convinced otherwise . . . . but the 355's have a better aspect ratio and diameter to stock then do the 345's. Yes, they will BOTH work, and in the end it is one's preference, but the 355's have almost the same stock diameter, and the rubber is much softer for better traction. You will need 19x12 wheels for either. Good luck. :cheers:COUTO1981 said:I just searched and foung a thread "check out my huge meat" that had Pirelli PZero Rosso - 355/25/19 :jawdrop: , am I right, thats an Awesome size :thumb: