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Old 05-20-2010, 03:13 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by wiayeman View Post
I realise this is a very general question and there are loads of variables. I would however like to know how my days you lot get out of a set of tyres?

Which bike, which tyre, how fast........

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Originally Posted by houseofpain View Post
On the R6 i'll usually use 3 rear tires to every front tire.

On the SV i'll usually use 1 and MAYBE 2 rears to a front.
That is an interesting statistic on the ratio of rears to fronts on the two bikes. Do you feel like you are braking later and harder or using more trail braking on the SV than on the R6 to account for more front tire wear? Or maybe you are carrying more corner speed on the SV?

I guess when looking at a days per tire basis a front may last 3 days on either bike?
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