Mileage on Pilot Sport 4s

Kazman

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You’re thinking directional tires. Inside outside tires can be swapped any direction so long as the same size because they can rotate either direction. When the rear is a different size you obviously can only swap from one side to the other.
Sorry , my mistake . The ones on my Vette are direction not the P4S tires





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Got 24 on the front, worn out inside edge. Got 28K on the rear tires and probably could have gone another 1-2K.
 

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Installing PS4's on my 2015 gt auto with 3.31 gears. Had them before but also adding a Gen 5 stage 1 whipple thinking 625 horse.
Not looking for drag race tire but want a tire that hooks great on dry pavement and turns, brakes effectively.
Thinking I will have to be careful in first and second but the tries should be effective for everyday driving in the summer?
Going with Front 285/30/20 and rear 315/30/20.
 

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I bought my car with 10,500 miles on it, and I believe the rears had about 5/32 depth remaining at the time (according to my measurements). I'm at just a hair over 17,000 miles and am at 1/32 now. Will be ordering another pair soon. Front tires measure 5 to 6/32 right now, so they should last through the next set of rears.
 

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Set 1 (MPSS) corded the inside edge at 20k miles and 1 years 6mo old, still lots of tread in the center
Set 2 (MP4S) corded the inside edge at 15.6k miles at 1 year 4 mo old, still lots of tread in the center
Set 3 (MP4S) still going at 16k and I bet they'll get to 20k at 2+ years old but the inside edge is where they are thinnest.

I don't really have much use for summer tires which are older than about 2.5 years anyway. They get too hard from heat cycles and the grip declines too much for my tastes, so I'm not really looking for a summer tire which has outstanding longevity if it comes at the price of performance (and it almost always does)
 
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What psi have you guys found to be best for tire wear on these tires?
 

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I got 30k on the backs. Changed out a month ago. Fronts rolling good so far. 5/10. No track. No smoke.
 

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My fronts were down to the cords at 19,000, rears are plenty good yet.
 

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