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Old 03-20-2008, 04:15 PM   #21
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I just got a new front tire... and I ended up getting.......

Pilot Roads. I didn't get the 2CT, just the normal one.

The rear tire seems to have more life left in them (Bridgestone BT014). When the Rear is gone, I'll replace that with Pilot Roads as well. After doing a good 50 mile ride with the new front, I noticed how the front of the bike feels a lot better. Maybe its in my head.. I dont know. I dont even know exactly how it feels better.. but.. it does

Thanks for all your help guys
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if the old tire had bumps it cause the ft end to vibrate. be careful they put a protective coat over tires for shipping, so you'll need to wear that off. it's kinda slippery.
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if the old tire had bumps it cause the ft end to vibrate. be careful they put a protective coat over tires for shipping, so you'll need to wear that off. it's kinda slippery.
I was told this buy one of the guys also.. Thanks for letting me know also
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Old 03-20-2008, 04:26 PM   #24
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Might want to check out the manufacturers website: clicky

It's not called a Pilot Road 2ct. It's called the Pilot Road2. It still uses 2ct tech though.
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Pilot Roads technically are not 2CT, that is reserved for Pilot Power...
Pilot Road2 is a dual compound tire with the Pilot Road compound in the middle and the Pilot Power compound on the sides...

Here are some links to better explain...
Pilot Power
Pilot Power 2CT
Pilot Road
Pilot Road 2

I thought we discussed this earlier?
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The setup I recommend is the Pilot Power in the front and the Pilot Roads in the rear. This is a good setup for the type of riding you do and also for some curves.... keep us posted of what you decide...

Thanks ladies. I stand corrected.
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