Join Date: Jul 2011
Location: Northern New England
Yes, you may be able to figure all that out. How is the new OP going to know anything if a post doesn't include any information as to whether the car in question is NA or SC'd, tire/wheel sizes, or tire model? The Lotus website didn't even display the differences in OEM tires the last time I checked. And in addition to the Pirelli's, the board now has owners with replacement tires from other brands. That Corsa wear rating of 60 is pretty important when interpreting a longevity of 4000-5000 miles.
2011 Evora S 2+2 in Persian Blue with Oyster
2003 350Z, Track edition
2013 Boxster S 981
2014 Xterra, for 6 months of winter and mud season