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I'm not sure you need any more options.
you can just buy the perfect Michelin...
for those who want slightly oversized tyres the best ones are these 185/70VR14 Pirelli Cinturato CN36. you don't want to go bigger than 185...
Just a heads up.
Pirelli have made a fresh batch of your big rear tyres
What can i say.
Well the 245/45R16 tyres are a Porsche 930 fitment, so Pirelli are making them again in a P7 so you can fit something period which will work well...
How about "16" wheels and tyres"
Obviously not tires because people might think it was something about getting weary.
was that a bit tall?
I'm just going to say can i recomend using an official Borrani distributor for restoring you Borrani Wheels...
Has anyone experimented with fitting even wider rears such as 245/45R16 P7...
Remarkabley we now have the choice of Michelin Pilot Sport and the New re production of the Pirelli P-Zero System....
Can i ask why you went for the larger fronts?
ferrari themselves dropped the front tyre size when they moved to 16" wheels.
I'm going to make a...
Pirelli have made these.
Which are the same size as early BB tyres. They were...
There are quite a few more options now.
does anyone have any memory on...
I don’t think I like the look of the 14” tyres you took off so it makes for an unfair comparison. But Can I ask what differences are you noticing...
a simple rule of thumb if it is under steering is to pop a bit more...
great photo thank you.
(I'm not sure about their wheel balancing though.)
yep i get it
It is a little varied. However predominently they are made in Turkey in t he same factory that they make their F1 tyres.
There is some confusion...
i have updated our 250 GTE Borrani page
If you see any mistakes please let me know....
yep. However they are made by Michelin in Serbia!
That is totally different to some other manufacturers who farm the work out to any factory....