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Andy Downes  says:

Michelin Pilot Pure tyres

Michelin Pilot Pure tyres, £230 Miles covered/time: 1200/one year What's good: These are the lightest tyres in the class according to Michelin and as road tyres for my 1998 Honda CBR600F-W they seem about perfect. When I bought the bike last year it had some old and original Michelin Macadam 90X rubber fitted. I wasn’t riding a single mile on those so...

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Mar 08

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tman39a says:


I just fitted these to a V4 Tuono and compared to the stock Pirelli Corsa Rosso tyres I'm much happier...wet or dry these work nicely and both tyres seem better matched. They do give a slight front wiggle at very high speed but on the brakes and through sweeping bends the bike is very stable. Michelin really have upped their game in the last 5 or so glad I gave these a go.

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