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Old 05-04-2007, 09:42 PM   #21
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yeah my pp's didn't last much over 4000 miles but hey that will get into next riding season so wut the .. Huffman, yeah, we can start another THC (the huffman crew) lol
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LOL. I'm guessing that'll be a small crew. Where you at in Huffman? I'm in the commons.
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Old 05-04-2007, 09:47 PM   #23
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The 2CT is softer both in the center and the sides than the standard Pilot Power.
If mileage with good traction is your goal, I wouldn't go with a "track day" tire like the 2CT.

I've got lots of customers running a Pilot Road rear wth a Pilot Power front with great results.
Good point. I was actually thinking of pricing a PP vs 2CT for the rear. I certainly never had any problems with the PP and I pushed them a lot harder than I have the 2CT.
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You know where meyer rd. is at?? the 2ct i was told is softer on the side and harder in the middle which would be better for street
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that's what another guy from motorcycles unlimited told me at least
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You know where meyer rd. is at?? the 2ct i was told is softer on the side and harder in the middle which would be better for street
Nope. If you see Patrick's last post, he said the center of the 2CT is softer than the PP.
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hmm guess i'll find out manana
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I might be doing the same thing tomorrow.
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LOL. I'm guessing that'll be a small crew. Where you at in Huffman? I'm in the commons.
I actually ride in the commons sometimes to goof off
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Ahh, you must be the one I hear tearing thru the streets. j/k
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Ahh, you must be the one I hear tearing thru the streets. j/k

do you hear yaaaa maaa haaaa LOL. I'm about 2 minutes from the commons
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Mostly I hear women and children screaming to get outta your way. :laughing6 :laughing6
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