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Old 10-23-2008, 03:51 PM   #21
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Avon Storm.... a great all-around tire that lasts and works well both wet and dry.
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Old 10-23-2008, 08:14 PM   #22
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m3's and 2ct's are really good street tires

i reccomend both. i have experience with the pilot power 2ct but not with the m3.
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Old 10-24-2008, 08:30 AM   #23
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Look at Avon Storm ST or Metzler Roadtec Z6. I've run both on the 600R, consistently get over 10K out of a pair, and have no complaints on handling when things get spirited. On my 3rd pair of Storms, and I ran through 2 pairs of Metzlers before that. Really like the wet road handling from both, a must IMO for commuting.
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Old 10-24-2008, 11:13 AM   #24
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I admit I didn't read through the thread, but on my first GSXR 750 I ended up with metzeler z6's and they sorta sucked because of slow warm up and very slick when cold. never had confidence to lean.

I stuck with bridgestone battlax 014's for a while but after the third one in ten thousand I decided to try pirelli diablo strada tires. I was a bit apprehensive that they would be too sport touring for my tastes...

after 1500 miles or so (including a 500 mile trip on the highway) I can say that I can still drag knee on them, I have a lot of confidence, they warm up reasonably quickly considering the type of tire, and I had virtually no where on the 500 mile high way ride. a 500 mile highway ride on the battlax 014r's would have seen noticeable wear and a chewed up center.

I sold the bike before I got to experience their full wear but I'd defintely buy them again. they were awesome tires. looked like they were going to last a real long time and they stuck as good as you'll ever need tires on the street to stick.
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