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My 2010 Mustang GT Premium had 19" Pirrelli P-Zeros on it from the factory. My new 2014 Mustang GT Premium with Brembo Brakes and 19" wheels has Goodyear Eagle F1 Supercar tires on it from the factory. All the press states Pirrelli as the OEM tire. What's the deal?
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My 2014 track pack GT has the Pirelli's. Maybe some guy bought a GT500 and didn't want his tires so the dealership swapped them for yours? If it is a big deal to you I would go back to the dealership and work something out. I'm sure those Supercar tires have a shorter life than the Pirelli's and are more expensive to replace. Your wet weather traction might be worse, too?
Cause I know the V6 premium /w performance package came
with summers only. Fords site says when you look at packages
that the Track Pack comes with 255/40 summers only otherwise
comes with 245/45 P-Zero A/S.
so 1 of two things happened... you either bought Track Pack or
someone bought a vehicle with them and wanted them swapped
out for something else that was on your vehicle.
__________________ Current Best: 12.662 @ 112.47 at Castrol Raceway (2210ft elevation) (DA Correction 3154ft) (Updated September 19, 2013)
DA Corrected Time = 12.181 @ 116.99
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