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Bridgestone S20evo vs. RS10

Hi all!

Okay - question time.

At the moment I'm running Michelin tyres on my ZX (PP2 2CT's), which don't give me the trust I need in a pair of tyres.

My previous bike (VFR750) had Bridgestone's and had fantastic experience with them, so after I've used up the Michelin's I want to switch back to Bridgestone's.

Here comes the debate (or question).

S20evo vs. RS10 -> Which one?

The RS10 is relatively new. The S20evo is proven to be a good tyre. Would you guys say the RS10 is suitable for a sports street rider that goes on the occasional trackday? Or is the S20evo more suitable?

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post #2 of 5 Old 07-01-2015, 12:47 PM
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https://www.motomummy.com/tires/brid...et-rs10-tires/

review of tire by dave moss, one of the best reviews you'll get on it
Bridgestone RS 10 Tire test | Feel The Track

overall, rs10 is good, but psi's are fickle, so be prepared to dick around a lot with em

s20e is more street oriented. rs10 gets very low mileage.

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review of tire by dave moss, one of the best reviews you'll get on it
Bridgestone RS 10 Tire test | Feel The Track

overall, rs10 is good, but psi's are fickle, so be prepared to dick around a lot with em

s20e is more street oriented. rs10 gets very low mileage.
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What is the difference between R10s and RS10s?

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What is the difference between R10s and RS10s?
R10's are the race dot if i'm not mistaken, similar to dunlop gp/gp-a, michellin power cup evo, pirelli diablo supercorsa. so, a full step up from track day tire to race tire.

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