Michelin Pilot Sports 4S 265/30/19 93Y
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The Michelin Pilot Sport 4 S is a Max Performance Summer tyre designed to be fitted to Passenger Car
The MICHELIN PILOT SPORT 4 S is an ultra-high performance tyre which replaces the MICHELIN Pilot Super Sport in the range of outstanding tyres from the French manufacturer.
Designed for sports cars and high performance saloons, the MICHELIN PILOT SPORT 4 S offers unparalleled driving pleasure thanks to its exceptional steering precision and directional stability. It provides maximum performance and safety on all surfaces due to its optimised tread footprint which grips the road in all situations, even the most extreme.
PALM SPRINGS, CALIF.—Michelin's got a new performance tire out. Called the Pilot Sport 4S (PS4S), it's a direct replacement for the company's current Pilot Super Sport (PSS) and Pilot Sport 2 (PS2) tires, and it's very good. The funny thing is that, in a way, it may be too good.
Super Sport v. Sport 4 S
Pilot Super Sport tires have become a favorite of sports car enthusiasts for their durability, grip, and versatility in both daily driving and track driving situations. To maintain its segment dominance, Michelin engineered its PS4S tires to perform slightly better than its PSS tires in dry conditions and dramatically better in colder/wetter conditions.
To improve dry handling and braking, Michelin integrated some of its Sport Cup 2 technology within the PS4S. A new hybrid belt is used to control tire growth at high speeds. Kevlar and nylon are woven into a durable composite that works with a variable contact patch to ensure optimum response and traction. Dry braking from 62 mph to 0 has been cut by 3.54 feet compared to the PSS for a total distance of 110.43 ft. On Michelin’s 1.6-mile test track, the PS4S also dropped 0.16 seconds from the PSS’s time. While that may not sound like much, endurance races (both professional and not) can stand to cut several seconds over the course of an event.