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As Nick pointed out - one is specific to Porsche and TVR, the other was for "general" release.

 

As far as I'm aware, SO2's were discontinued about three years ago and any tyres you're likely to find at shops now will be rather old stock ... I believe SO3's are the norm now, otherwise opt for Toyo Proxes T1-R's for tyre with comparable qualities.

 

HTH

 

Dan

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SO2's and SO2'a's are still in production and SO2's are Porcher specific so i suppose if TVR have changed from Toyo's to Bridgestone then the 'a's will be for them. They have a slightly different tread pattern though which most likely means a different compound. SO's are the ones to go for and are the same as the Original SO2's the Zed was built on.

 

SO3's are no where near as good in the wet.

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Can't fault my bridgestone's.

 

Had to get them when I got a puncture on a bank holiday and that was all they had.

 

Very good tyre with excelent grip.

 

Darrell

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