What does N1 mean on Tyres?
N0: First approved tyre. N1: Approved tyre with a few enhancements compared to the N0.
What is an N-rated TYRE?
This N–rating, stamped into a tyre sidewall, clearly identifies these tyres as having gone through all the nauseating R&D and testing required by Porsche as described above. The number designates the revision of the design. So for a totally new design, the first approved version of it will be N-0.
Can you mix N0 and N1 Tyres?
Mixing N-Spec Tires
Only tires with the same manufacturer and with the same specification code (e.g. “N0”, “N1” …) should be mounted on the vehicle. Tires should be replaced no less than in pairs on one axle at a time.
Do Porsche need N-rated Tyres?
No you don’t need ‘N‘ rating, and the insurance insure you to drive your car rather than the car to be driven. N1, N2 etc is not a manufacturer ‘rating‘. It is a Porsche rating which simply means that they are Porsche tested and approved.
What Tyres do Porsche recommend?
Other high performance tyres, appropriately N-rated for the Porsche 911 include the Toyo R888 tyres, the Michelin Pilot Sport tyres and ContiPremiumContact tyres.
What does N2 mean on tires?
Since nitrogen molecules are bigger than normal air molecules, it is harder for them to leak out. This means a tire filled with nitrogen will maintain air pressure longer. Therefore, they say, you’ll roll on tires that are always properly inflated, resulting in better fuel economy and longer tire life.
Are Michelin Pilot Sport 4S N rated?
Michelin Pilot Sport 4S have N0 rating.
When should I replace my Porsche tires?
If you can see the top of Lincoln’s head, then your tires need to be replaced. Sidewall Bubble – If there’s a bulge on your sidewall there was probably some impact damage to the tire and you should replace it right away.