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post #1 of 13 Old 09-13-2014, 11:21 AM Thread Starter
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what rear tire?

which Shinko Hook up are you guys running? 180? 190? 200?

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post #2 of 13 Old 09-13-2014, 02:23 PM
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I don't know shinko.. but for what it's worth. no one recommends a 180 on the zx10. I'm running a 190/55. I like the turn in the 55 gives over the 50.
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I run a 190/50 hook up, always have and don't have any complaints . Very sticky and teally cheap


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ok, I have been running a 190.. was thinking about trying a 200.. a few guys at the track are running 180's

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Thank you guys.. I an referring to the strip though. not moto

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I ran both 180,190 hookup like the 190 better.

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I like the Michelin power one 2ct 190/55 or 190/50 that's what I run on my gen 1 and my gixxer...Nani that's what I'm putting on my gen3..cost about the same but last longer than the hook up....there are a few still out there...even though Michelin changed it to the power cup

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I have ran both 180\190 for me its who got the cheaper one

But I like the look of the 190 better......

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Shinkos, are pretty good tires, know many mates who run them in the middle east, even in extreme temps....not on track tho mainly street...just my 2 cents
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