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If I had stock wheels and wanted to keep them, I would probably look at these: Michelin Pilot Sport A/S Plus 245/50ZR-16.

Has anyone tried a set of these on a 930?

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A new set of forgeline GA3R racing rims. Custom offsets in 8.5 and 10 frt/rear.

Have not had a chance to drive them on track yet.....cannot wait.


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A new set of forgeline GA3R racing rims. Custom offsets in 8.5 and 10 frt/rear.

Have not had a chance to drive them on track yet.....cannot wait.


beautiful wheels, any pictures of full car with them installed?
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If I had stock wheels and wanted to keep them, I would probably look at these: Michelin Pilot Sport A/S Plus 245/50ZR-16.

Has anyone tried a set of these on a 930?
Do they make a front pair too?
I just bought some RE11s in the correct 16" sizes. They are apparently making them for the forseeable future.

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Addendum, the gods have answered us, TR shows a new bf goodrich g-comp2 tire, ultra performance summer in the correct ZR 16" sizes, michilin also shows a new tire......

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