Was that the new PZero. I think they brought out a new one last year sometime.I had Pzeros lasted 4k miles and as for traction never could lauch my car just spun the tires. Put on the PS2's night and day difference I could finally use the lauch control and actually get accross the intersection with out getting sideways!! PS2'S all the way just my opinion!!
Living in York, you'd best avoid R compund:thumbsup:I've just been checking out Pirelli tyres and there are 5 different versions of P-Zero's
PZero Corsa System *
PZero Rosso *
The ones with an * are available in sizes for the E60 M5
The PZero is the new tyre that was released in 2007
PZero Corsa System will offer the best dry grip of any tyre currently available in stock sizes for the M5, but they will wear out extremely quickly as they are R compound tyres.
For normal tyres.Living in York, you'd best avoid R compund:thumbsup:
I have always heard the best grip came from PS2s? A friend has the P-zeros on his 06 space gray M5. I'll find out which ones.
I have the new Pzero's and if I could get the PS2's in the same size (295/30/20) I would get those, but the Pirelli's are not that far off. Still, the PS2's reign supreme.For normal tyres.
PS2's give the best grip (so far).
Conti's give better feedback.
I'm currently running PS2's
I'm going to try the Corsa's I'm guessing they won't last long especially after a couple of track days, then I'll go a bit sensible and get some more PS2's etc till I get some dedicted track wheels & Toyo R888's :7:
I'll be interested to hear if anyone has tried the new Pirelli P-Zero tyre, I'm guessing it is a step forward and I would guess it is more on a par to the Contis and PS2's than the other Pirelli's
How do the Pzero's feel, I find the PS2's make the steering a little "Woolly" I'm probably being picky, but the steering on the Contis seemed much better. As your running 20's I guess you can't give a direct comparison to the 19" Contis or PS2's but any feedback will help.I have the new Pzero's and if I could get the PS2's in the same size (295/30/20) I would get those, but the Pirelli's are not that far off. Still, the PS2's reign supreme.