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I have a classic Ducati 900 with rims of 2.15 x 18 front and 2.50 x 18 rear. The optimum tyres for these rims, according to the tyre companies are 90/90 x 18 front and 110/90 x 18 rear, BUT, all the tyre companies specifically recommend for this bike tyres of 100/90 x 18 front and 120/90 x 18 rear, which would probably result in a smaller contact patch than the smaller tyres. What gives?Colin
Got dunlop D204s on my 02 ZZR600 can I fit a D209 on the front as the rear has loads of life left in it.
What tyres should I fit to my Tiger 800 (150/70 Rear, 100/90 Front). I ride 99% road, weekends and touring holidays
hi just purchased a used 690 duke that needs some new rubber.whats best for A and B road twisties .no motorway riding or touring on this bike as this is just sunny sunday fun.Not sure if sport touring tyres are a bit OTT for such a light bike 230kg fully loaded with me aswell .mileage wont be much more than 3000 per year any idea,s? thanks
It's been known for a while that Pirelli an Metzeler are made in same factory so would these two similar triple compound tyres are as good as one n other ?
In recognition that I never stray off the tarmac what would be most appropriate road tyre selection for my 2007 R1200GS taking into account the loading/speed rating etc of the bike?
HiI am looking to replace the original pirelli supercorsa diablo tyres on my 2012 Tuono RSV4 APRC and was looking for something almost as sporty but with improved longevity. I'm looking for something like Bridgestone BT30 but the recommended rear tyre seems to be a 190/50 17 instead of the 190/55 17 as other manufacturers. Would this different profile create a problem with the APRC electronics and is this model tyre considered a good choice?Many thanksSteve
tyre reviews keep saying for instance "quick warm up time"with modern day sport touring rubber how long is that? I know it depends on air and road temp but say average temp for a spring days riding are we talking 5 minutes 15 minutes? two miles or ten? just wondered.
Hi I got one for you I have a nice old 94 GPX600R showing 9k miles I want to find wheels/fork/swingarm to make this bike rideable on new rubber as dunlop don't make the tyres for this machine (ones on it cracked on walls) I have very little money and have already after spending %XA3135 on new seals for realize I was sold a wrongun but there ya go if anyone can help me i would be very greatfull.
I need to replace my rear tyre on my VFR800 VTEC. This is the original BT020 - there is an (almost new) BT020 on the front. The Bridgestone website (European) tyre finder application says that this is not the correct tyre, although it lists the BT020 as OE for this bike at the bottom of the BT020 description page. Why is this? Also, what is the difference between a BT020 ""CC" and BT020 "AA" - will either fit my bike.Thanks
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