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If you want a proper set of tires that actually have some traction I would recommend the Pirelli Supercorsa SP V2. Rumor is that Riders Discount is having a very special deal on these again in the coming days....Just throwing that out there. :grin2:
 

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Good to know..
Looking at running a 200/55 on the new bike! (Gen5 zx10r)
Have you heard of any issues running a different size tire on the back with this new computer ?
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Good to know..
Looking at running a 200/55 on the new bike! (Gen5 zx10r)
Have you heard of any issues running a different size tire on the back with this new computer ?
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We will have those as part of the deal too. :grin2:
great Mike, do you know when and prices? :) thanks for the heads up!
March 1st our sale will start. Sending a PM too.
 

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I just read that MotorcycleUSA.com is closing shop, who is owned by the same outfit that Motorcycle Superstore is. If both shops are closing, the crazy sale makes sense.

Seems like times are still not good in the motorcycle industry.
 

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Just saw an ad for a $40 rebate on Pirelli street tires from the factory. Pretty sweet deal!

I ordered a set of the DRC's that the OP mentioned and they showed up yesterday for $220 to my door. Gonna try and get them mounted up this weekend.
 

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If the tire that is being referenced is the Diablo Rosso Corsa 3 then that's a bad ass tire. I have been through pretty much every tire you can think of and this one is my favorite for my gen1 and had them on a couple other bikes as well. Much lighter than the Ps2 , I weighed them both when they were new at my buddies shop when my bsts were getting installed. And I'm talking over a pound each! I posted on the forum awhile ago the results. The Rossa warm up great, amazing feedback and stick...not as much as the Supercorsas but better than my OEM supercorsa sp that came on my Ducati. They have a bit longer warm up time than the sp but once warm the shoulders have more bite at moderate lean angle (knee down angles) and the center section is a harder compound and I get 4-5k miles to the rear. Snatch em up you will not be disappointed.
 

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I just read that MotorcycleUSA.com is closing shop, who is owned by the same outfit that Motorcycle Superstore is. If both shops are closing, the crazy sale makes sense.

Seems like times are still not good in the motorcycle industry.
Just MotorcycleUSA.com. Motorcycle Superstore is not closing.
 
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