Porsche 991 Carrera S Cabriolet Tyres
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The following tyres have been reviewed on the Porsche 991 Carrera S Cabriolet
Porsche 991 Carrera S Cabriolet Tyre Review Highlights
Follow up to 1000 mile review.
Have now driven over 5000 miles.
Driving in temperatures up to 100 degrees F.
Tires perform wonderfully.
They run relatively cool on 100 + degrees F highways.
Wearing evenly and not showing any signs of excessive wear.
Working fine as an all season tire.
I run them one pound under the TPMS recommended inflation pressure for Winter tires under full load.
Slight grip loss at 0.98 G on the Porsche G forces gauge. On dry pavement.
Writing about the Toyo Proxes 4 Plus
Driving on mostly country roads
for 100 average
Just bought a set for a Porsche 911 Carrera S 991.
All season to get me through the winter.
Comfort and quiet far exceed the PZeros and SottoZeros I previously had.
They are Y rated for the rear 295/30R20s and W rated for the front 245/35R20s.
They look good, very similar to PZeros.
And they are less expensive than PZeros.
Only have about 60 miles on them in the wet and dry.
So far so good.
Very cold the next two days. Will update.
295/30R20 rear; 245/35R20 front
Just purchased so scores provided are based on limited driving time.
They look great.
And I bet they easily outlast the 16000 mile P Zeros I replaced.
Just in time for cold and snow.
Will let you know how they perform.
Initial review. 295/30R20 and 245/35R20
Bought as winter tires for cold (teens) and light snow.
Have also experienced unseasonable 70 degree weather.
Tires have performed well in all conditions.
Much quieter and more comfortable ride than the PZeros I replaced.
Not as predictable as the PZeros probably due to the assortment of tread patterns.
Appear to run cooler than the PZeros. Hope to drive them into the summer.
Good looking tires. Complement the car.
Only a V rating, however.
Porsche N0 approved.
So far so good.