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flipflop68

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flipflop68 says:

Tyres

I'm about to put a new set of tyres on my GS 1200 and I seem to remember reading somewhere that Dunlop Roadsmarts are a great choice.  Does anyone have any advice on that?

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  • Posted 3 years ago (17 February 2012 11:47)

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Cyclonite

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Posts: 306

Cyclonite says:

Use google next time.

" Hi all. I just ride a train DUNLOP ROADSMART. ... I have ab-so-lute-ly felt nothing of it. The handling was perfect, the boots have a super behavior. So it was that suddenly I'm 80 terminals of winding roads to properly remove this crap paraffin, and without any evasion or glissouillade tires. Their profile allows good development on the corner with confidence. not yet been able to test the wet course because it has not rained here in Picardy (yes I swear!), but apparently, according to the specifications of the tire, the grip should not be too bad . That notice to interested parties or other persons who hesitate between such and such tires. Train mounted and balanced € 255 (Moto Expert)"

This is translated from french.

http://www.banditworld.org/viewtopic.php?f=75&t=30822

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eatcs01

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eatcs01 says:

Dunlop roadsmarts

Lots of people rate them very highly. They should suit the Suzuki GS1200 nicely.

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