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Old 06-17-2009, 12:50 AM   #61
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i run nothing but rubber bands. the low profile makes my ride look flossin
like that ghetto tahoe I was fugging with earlier

"who rides the enduro"

"NOT ME"
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Old 06-17-2009, 01:04 AM   #62
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like that ghetto tahoe I was fugging with earlier

"who rides the enduro"

"NOT ME"
****in hardley riders
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Old 06-17-2009, 12:02 PM   #63
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Old 06-17-2009, 11:39 PM   #64
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rosso is a nicer diablo
but really its up to you which tyres you like
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Old 06-18-2009, 12:48 AM   #65
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too many decisions!!!! lol

Well I am gonna do a lot of highway riding =/ blehhh

But want to do track days and everything. Eventually I will just get a track day set up and not have to use the tires for both street and track..but for now thats what I am going to have to go with.
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most new model tyres are good for both street as well track, some of the moto mags I read have done shoot outs of which street tyre performs best on the track and such, can't remember which tyre was the best but meh. its hit and miss with tyres some people like one brand and/or model some don't.
Like i'm not a big fan of dunfloppies, and wasn't one of michellin but I have grown to like them on my cbr vs when I had my buell. use to only be pirelli with me also. After this set I'm going to try out some Bridgestone's I hear those are amazing.
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most new model tyres are good for both street as well track, some of the moto mags I read have done shoot outs of which street tyre performs best on the track and such, can't remember which tyre was the best but meh. its hit and miss with tyres some people like one brand and/or model some don't.
Like i'm not a big fan of dunfloppies, and wasn't one of michellin but I have grown to like them on my cbr vs when I had my buell. use to only be pirelli with me also. After this set I'm going to try out some Bridgestone's I hear those are amazing.
i liked the bridgestones i used to have. but i hated them on the dirt
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coming from the fastest rider in this thread get the michilins that dudewheresmybike said to get. those are the best street tires. unless you wanna stunt then get what prodigy says
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Old 06-18-2009, 09:21 AM   #69
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lol chris yeah thats what I have been leaning towards but was open to suggestions. I more than like will be going with those 2cts. I like the sound of them.
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coming from the fastest rider in this thread get the michilins that dudewheresmybike said to get. those are the best street tires. unless you wanna stunt then get what prodigy says
thats about the only place you're fast...
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thats about the only place you're fast...
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Mich Pilot power front and Pilot Road 2ct rear.
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bt016 work
pilot powers work also, what I have on my 1000rr
my .02 Im riding BT016 and love them... had a set of Maxxis those also lasted a good while.

friends have 2ct and they dont seem to last
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