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post #1 of 8 Old 01-12-2007, 07:42 AM Thread Starter
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Question Need tyre help

I'm up for new tyres and want to be able to do track days as well hitting the streets hard.
Which one do you all recomend?????
And has everyone switched back to a 190/50 on the rear????
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PP's are the way to. you won't get to many miles out of them, but if you are going to ride hard. then go with them.

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The Pirelli Corsas are a great street/track bike.
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PPs are awsome no doubt. I haven't tried a set of 2CTs on the street yet, for fear that the track oriented carcass might provide for less bump absorption (rougher ride on street than regular PPs).

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diablo corsa 3's are an excellent tire as well.
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If you have an 06, it calls for a 190/55 rear tire(190/50 will slow the steering). So far, I've seen Continental Sport Attack, Pilot Power 2CT, and Dunlop Q's with those sizes.

The dunflops are absolutely aweful in cooler weather. I have ridden the Pilot Power and the cooler temps and they do very well(they are not going to make the standard PP in 190/55). I will probably try the 2CT's this year, but there is a chance I will try the Conti's first.
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