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CaNsA

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CaNsA says:

Rubber For a ZXR400?

So yeah,

With the 1991 zxr400 weighing the same/slightly more than a modern 600 sports bike which shoes should it be rocking?

I use the bike everyday, it is my only form of transport.
So something that while last a good while yet be sticky enough to keep me happy.

Cheers

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Dabbsy

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Posts: 492

Dabbsy says:

ZXR400 rubber

Sport touring tyres are approved for this bike and might seem like a good choice as it's your every day transport. But you should get similar mileage and grip from current sport tyres like the BT016 and the Pilot Power 2CTs. In fact, the standard Pilot Powers are good value at the moment, about 18% less than the 2CTs and as the only real difference is the rubber compound for the last 10% to maximum lean they are worth considering. As are the Dunlop Qualifiers which were revamped a couple of years ago.

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