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I am not how this review will be accepted or not in this forum but I give it a try.
This is a tires testes done by a French magasine.
May be it is possible to have it translated by google...)
anyway I am sure you can "resd" the somary chart & find out witch one "win".

I must say that with all I read on this forum, i am not surprised by the conclusion.


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allo
I am not how this review will be accepted or not in this forum but I give it a try.
This is a tires testes done by a French magasine.
May be it is possible to have it translated by google...)
anyway I am sure you can "resd" the somary chart & find out witch one "win".

I must say that with all I read on this forum, i am not surprised by the conclusion.


Pneus moto sport route circuit 2012 : Le comparatif


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Cool review, thanks.
Interesting how light the R10 is!

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post #4 of 4 Old 02-17-2013, 03:57 PM
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Tks for the link.

"However, he is reluctant to move to the vibrator if you keep the brakes and makes the front of the machine slightly stiff."

That was part of the Google translation for the Dunlop D211. Wonder how that got in the review?

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