AD08R vs Pilot Sport 4 S

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AD08R vs Pilot Sport 4 S

Postby slipperysnake » Thu Jun 17, 2021 6:05 pm

Good evening everyone,
As mentioned, I am after opinions on which is the superior tyre. Will be used for daily/mountain run activities and possible track days here or there. I am open to other suggestions however I think that these are the two best options to suit the criteria. Thanks
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Re: AD08R vs Pilot Sport 4 S

Postby bigBADbenny » Tue Jul 20, 2021 6:56 am

Apparently ad08r performs best when warm and dry, ps4 is a great all rounder.
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Re: AD08R vs Pilot Sport 4 S

Postby LibertyTragic » Tue Jul 20, 2021 8:29 am

Bridgestone RE003 is also a popular choice and is similar to the PS4
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Re: AD08R vs Pilot Sport 4 S

Postby Stifull » Tue Jul 20, 2021 11:51 am

We have PS4s on my wife's WRX and my daughters Impreza and they are a great tyre for their driving styles . My son had RE003s on his sti and went to PS4s but when they wore out he went back to RE003s. He says they are a better all round tyre and they give a warning about impending letting go, the PS4s give no warning. I have RE003s on my LIB GT and I'll be sticking with them.
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Re: AD08R vs Pilot Sport 4 S

Postby MiguelsCar » Thu Oct 14, 2021 10:02 am

I will have to go with Michelin PS4S. The dry performance is amazing, the same thing goes on a slippery road. I got my set from 4wheelonline last year and so far they are still of good quality.
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Re: AD08R vs Pilot Sport 4 S

Postby bigBADbenny » Thu Oct 14, 2021 7:59 pm

MiguelsCar wrote:I will have to go with Michelin PS4S. The dry performance is amazing, the same thing goes on a slippery road. I got my set from 4wheelonline last year and so far they are still of good quality.


How much was the set delivered to your door?
What size did you get?
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