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There are a lot of Youtube videos that review these tires.
 

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Do you by any chance work for the company sponsoring those eBay links? Sportbikepart4u? There's lots of other reputable dealers, forum sponsors if you will, that have good deals on tires. :idea:

If you're looking for a touring tire for your liter-class race bike, I can't offer much in terms of recommendations. If this post is even legit. :confused:
 

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Here is it for me but a have to buy one more item assuming you ride:

rr metzlar rear

rs10 G bridestone front

And you have to run vortex sprockets. The oem sprocket will work but have to replace with vortex or oem as the others like JT and race driven won't stand up the the rr met rear grip. I haven't put 10k on the vortex YET but can already see that it's working with the met rr tire at around 5k miles.

I you do NOT ride then won't matter what you do and the manufacturers of a zillion knock offs fully understand this poser trait. They produce poor quality and no one gets it until riders that ride a ton finally find a product that works almost by accident.

The above poor manufacturer quality runs across the market board. Even a water spicket, power tools, whatever. Getting worse with each passing year.
 

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Do you by any chance work for the company sponsoring those eBay links? Sportbikepart4u? There's lots of other reputable dealers, forum sponsors if you will, that have good deals on tires. :idea:

If you're looking for a touring tire for your liter-class race bike, I can't offer much in terms of recommendations. If this post is even legit. :confused:
i got 5 on it...even if the spam bots pleased
i got 5 on it...oh this post is spam indeed
i got 5 on it...this post sucks, dont let him back
i got 5 on it...ban him with a big ol smack
 

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Do you by any chance work for the company sponsoring those eBay links? Sportbikepart4u? There's lots of other reputable dealers, forum sponsors if you will, that have good deals on tires. :idea:

If you're looking for a touring tire for your liter-class race bike, I can't offer much in terms of recommendations. If this post is even legit. :confused:
Hi Dears,
I am not sponsors , I am from Bahrain and I want order it online only because we don't have a good dealers in Bahrain.
and I am new with zero experience. I don't know which brand a good for my bike.

I want advise from expert people to find best touring tire (2011 ABS) - size 120/70 - 190/55 , than I will search for good dealer online

Best Regards
 

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Hi Dears,
I am not sponsors , I am from Bahrain and I want order it online only because we don't have a good dealers in Bahrain.
and I am new with zero experience. I don't know which brand a good for my bike.

I want advise from expert people to find best touring tire (2011 ABS) - size 120/70 - 190/55 , than I will search for good dealer online

Best Regards
OK, that's good to know. We get a lot of spam posts on the forum from people signing up just to sell and promote their business. They usually take the form of what you posted - a quick intro followed by hyperlinks to their stuff. Which is why I questioned it.

The Pirelli Angel GT is supposed to be nice.
 

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Lets help this guy... please guys dont answer
best is supercorsa, because he is asking for sport turing.

I have use Road 4, GTs, T30 Evo.

the best wet Road 4, but once they are at 40% life the performance goes down.

GTs are good but not the grip I wanted

T30 Evos, are decent in rain, lot of grip, and last long without loosing performance.
 

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Can't recommend the Bridgestone S21's highly enough for sport road riding in dry and wet and for longevity. I chew through Power 3's, Diablo Rosso 3's and Corsas on the rear in just over 2-2.5k kms but this summer I have 7000kms on the S21 rear with life still left in them.

Problem with the others is the center strip chews down to the band quickly.

Found the Bridgestone to be up there with the Rosso Corsa for grip but much better in the wet and with tire life. Will be sticking with them for the time being.
 

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There are a lot of Youtube videos that review these tires.
I like Dunlop Q3s

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If you are not an all track rider, I would recommend sets of Dunlop Q3 or Bridgestone RS-10 for you. However, if you are all mostly track rider, Supercorsa. Q3 will out last the RS10 on tread wear, and it will give you better traction on watery roads. Both are good tires on twisty and occasional track days.
 

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If you are not an all track rider, I would recommend sets of Dunlop Q3 or Bridgestone RS-10 for you. However, if you are all mostly track rider, Supercorsa. Q3 will out last the RS10 on tread wear, and it will give you better traction on watery roads. Both are good tires on twisty and occasional track days.
OP was asking about sport touring tires. Although I will say I have rs-10's on my zx10r. I have three track days and 2200 miles on them thus far. Still sticking like glue and still have not gotten to the wear bars yet!
 
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