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Old 05-13-2009, 08:03 PM   #1
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CDill: BT016's

So after several flat tires .... a few searches of previous post on here and i gotta admit... CDill, these tires are definitely second to none.

Wheww...these tires are bad a$$ and for the price...can't beat'em.

Thanks for the recommendation...



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Good deal man. And u don't want 002rs for your type of riding.

And FYI yall...I didn't tell him to go to Tejas.
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thet are nice, u should try the 002rs next time, unless you have a vfr, then it makes the bike twitchy.
Yea, get the BT-002RS for your street bike so you can get mileage out of them and have to buy another set a month or so down the road. Good idea.

If your looking to do TD's, BT-002RS is a good tire option.
Probably not necessary until you pick up the pace a good bit, but they will def. inspire confidence
For street, the BT-016's will do you well as you have already came to that conclusion.
I'm running a PP front and a Pilot Road 2 rear combo and it's working well for me.
Only reason why I'm not on 016's is cause they apparently are a pain in the to mount to my 10R rear wheel.
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Old 05-13-2009, 08:47 PM   #4
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How much do the 016's usually run?? 190/55 and 120??
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How much do the 016's usually run?? 190/55 and 120??
Couldn't tell ya
I want that for my street setup but like said, the rear tire is a to put on my ZX-10R wheel for some reason. The Michelin setup I have is working well so far, even at max lean angle. . .
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Tejas quoted me 297 installed on the 120/70/17-19/50/17
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Tejas quoted me 297 installed on the 120/70/17-19/50/17
is that wheel off or on the bike?
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I was picking them up for 260 installed.
Where????
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And FYI yall...I didn't tell him to go to Tejas.
Yeah i know....like i said i went to Tejas for the price of the tires. I got them for $260 mounted and balanced.
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How much do the 016's usually run?? 190/55 and 120??
these are probably about another $20 to the 180's
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try motorcycle superstore! i run the bt-016 and they had the 180/55 rear for like 140. and 102 for the front
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thet are nice, u should try the 002rs next time, unless you have a vfr, then it makes the bike twitchy.
If the bike is getting twitchy when you install new tires, it's like because the tire are changing the geometry of the bike due to a tall rear or a shorter front. To make the bike less twitchy, you can lower the rear or raise the front just a touch. It's definitely not the composition of the 002RS's, they have great grip.
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Interesting. I rarely slide my tires. Very rarely.
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is that wheel off or on the bike?
on the bike
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