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motor bike tyres which ones ?


super-gsxr-steve
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ladys and gent i have a little issue for you all , on a gsxr k3 600, my bACK TYRE GOT A HUGE NAIL IN IT yesterday , the front tyre is a pirreli diablo , the back was the same i dont want to plug it not the rear so , i can on extreme discount get either a pirelli diablo rosso , or bridgstone bt014 , bt021. i have heard good reports on the pirreli but never heard anything on the other to ! any ideas i would say fast road and some commute no track use , so give me a clue guys ( and girls ) need to get it on tommrrow , so its up an running for the weekend , cheers

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Depends on your intended use ...


the BT 021s have according to the tests been slightly overtaken by the Dunlop roadsmarts and the Michellin PilotRoad 2 ...

But they're sports-touring tyres ..

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Its not wise to have two different manu's rubber on your bike mate, cos their compounds wear differently.. to answer your question on the Bridgestones, i ran 014's front and rear on my Blade, the rear was gone within 3000 miles. so i emailed Bridgestone to see what they would recommend to give me better mileage, i now have the 014 on the front with an 021 on the rear, its a cracking combination with great grip in dry or wet...hth :D

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thanks and kindly for your input , i have opted for the pirelli diablo rosso

, i will let you all no how it works out , at 64 pound sterling ( is that good or what lol ) not on the bike yet she is going to get a colonic first with the wheel being off , steve

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