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Old 10-04-2006, 07:54 PM   #1
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Michelin Tires and Specials

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New Pilot Power 2CT - **Now in stock!** Michelin_2CT

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Still not convinced that Pilot Power is for you? Well, now there’s a dual-compound version, a direct descendant of our MotoGP technology - The 2CT. With a softer rubber mix on the shoulders, the new Pilot Power 2CT will satisfy even the most demanding sport riders. Want to carve corners at extreme lean angles? Do you feel like you’ve found the limit with your current tires? Does your new literbike have more power than your tires can use? If so, then it’s time to switch to the new Pilot Power 2CT.

Dual-compound MotoGP racing technology for the road

51.2º lean angle in the dry and 43º in the wet: a new benchmark for a hypersport tire**

The responsive handling of a race tire

Progressive feel and feedback at full lean

Different rubber mixes in the center and on the shoulders of the tread, with specific front and rear compounds as well
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Old 10-04-2006, 08:49 PM   #2
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I can not say one bad thing about the new pilots. No more swapping wheels for race rubber. These are perfect for street and track. Well, for me at least.
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Old 10-04-2006, 09:09 PM   #3
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So with shipping the 2CT's are $1.90 cheaper for the set than we sell them and we have them in stock so you can get them today.
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, anyways i can't wait to put a set on my bike.
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Old 10-04-2006, 09:14 PM   #5
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Support those who support you folks. Who's gonna mount those babies for ya?
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So with shipping the 2CT's are $1.90 cheaper for the set than we sell them and we have them in stock so you can get them today.

Patrick, what's you OTD price for this set of tires? (TAX Included)
My math is terrible.
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Support those who support you folks. Who's gonna mount those babies for ya?
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$267.90 before tax, with tax $290.00 OTD.
Obviously it's cheaper to buy them online and not pay tax, but who are you going to call when your GSXR won't start.
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$267.90 before tax, with tax $290.00 OTD.
Obviously it's cheaper to buy them online and not pay tax, but who are you going to call when your GSXR won't start.

mounted?
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no. front M+B is $40.00 and Rear M+B is $42.50, bring us the rim and its only $10.00 EACH for M+B.
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??? hows paying someone to mount my tires supporting me??? ?como?
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??? hows paying someone to mount my tires supporting me??? ?como?
Bingo! Supporting ME.....That's why I started this thread in the first place!

I've listed these tires to help all you members SAVE MONEY on tires....If you don't have a machine like me you can always SUPPORT someone else to mount and balance for $10....Wheel off the bike of course. That's going to force you buy some bikestands to do that. Where can you buy them bikestands?:laughing6 Serious though if you don't have the knowledge to do these task yourself pay a professional to do it right the first time.
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no. front M+B is $40.00 and Rear M+B is $42.50
Actually MH discount is $35.00 and $37.50 on the bike.

As far as supporting local shops, the point I was trying to make is this; before tax were not even $2.00 more, and we have the tires in stock so you can have then TODAY.
However, if saving a couple of bucks means that much to you, then sooner or later most of the small shops won't be around.

And then Tony, who are YOU going to call to walk you through fixing your GSXR?
Just my 2 cents.
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