It looks like that track only uses one side of the tire.:thumbsup:BT-003 Pro's are badass
I ran 80+ laps in 94 degree weather and they stuck like glue all day.
If you click the link in my sig for my trackday, I posted some pics of the tires after the day was over.
Mary at Superbike Supply can get you a good price
I wouldn't recommend the pros for the street. They won't get hot enough and will feel like poop until hot :badteeth:i wont be going to tracks days but i ride pretty hard and agressive on the street.
:+1: The 016's are great, so if the 003rs are designed for the street they should provide you w/ plenty of grip. I like to run the rear (bt016)at around 30 psi on the street to warm them up good.I wouldn't recommend the pros for the street. They won't get hot enough and will feel like poop until hot :badteeth:
I have heard many people say very good things about the BT-003RS tires though.
I haven't used them, but I have had lots of luck with the BT-016 street tires. I say give the BT-003RS tires a shot.
If you are riding on the street, you don't want the pros.so the 003 pros wont work as well say the 016's?
Pretty good advise. I haven't run stones in a while, but know several that do.If you are riding on the street, you don't want the pros.
But the 003RS (Race street) would be a good option. They will probably have a bit more grip than the 016s at the expense of some commuting mileage.
I've only tried the 016s and 003 pros, so i can't comment on the 003RS. But i would bet money they will be kickass, and I have seen quite a few people rave about them.
The 003rs tires should give more grip than the 016s.HMmmmmm...now you guys got me thinkng. i just want tires thats going to stick well when i take some corners hard. i do pretty hard riding. i just dont want to slide out of the twistys u kno wat i mean!? My bt016's were ok i guess. sometimes they would feal a little choppy in corners. maybe ill look into the oo3rs