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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 10-28-2009, 04:44 PM Thread Starter

 
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STS Massive End of Season Michelin Sale

SportbikeTireService.com End-of-Season Sale.

Note: All tires are limited top stock on hand.
Ground shipping is included to the lower 48 states.

All sales are final, know what you are buying! Unless noted, a set is one front and one rear.

Buy tires at SPORTBIKETIRESERVICE.com

Power Race Sets This is the previous generation to the Michelin Power One. These are very capable tires and the deals are awesome

120/70 Medium and 180/55 Medium $199.95

(3 Tire Combo!!) 120/70 PR-C front & (1) 160/60 power Race Med & (1) 160/60 Med-Soft $350

Power Race Rears

160/60 Power Race Med-Soft $124.95
160/60 Power Race Medium $124.95
180/55 Power Race Medium-Soft $124.95
180/55 Power Race PR-5 (very limited qtys) $134.95
180/55 Power Race PR-D $134.95
180/55 Power Race PR-E $134.95
190/55 Power Race Med-Soft $124.95
190/55 Power Race PR-D $134.95
190/55 Power Race PR-E $134.95
190/55 Power Race Medium (very limited qtys) $124.95

Power One front & Power Race Rear sets We have used the new generation Power One front combined with the previous generation Power Race rears with excellent results in race and track days.

Power One 120/70 B compound & Power Race 160/60 Med $249.95
Power One 120/70 A compound & Power Race 160/60 Med-Soft $249.95
Power One 120/70 A compound & Power Race 180/55 Med-Soft $249.95
Power One 120/70 A compound & Power Race 180/55 PR-D $269.95
Power One 120/70 B compound & Power Race 180/55 PR-E $269.95
Power One 120/70 A compound & Power Race 190/55 Med-Soft $274.95
Power One 120/70 A compound & Power Race 190/55 PR-D $274.95
Power One 120/70 B compound & Power Race 190/55 PR-E $274.95

Track Day and Race Slicks

Track Day Slicks These are great for the track day rider and also for th race classes that allow slicks
120/70 S1200 med-soft & 180/55 S1800 med-soft (these are great track day slicks as they handle heat cycles well and work well without warmers) $269.95
4-Tire Slick Combo! (2) 120/70 S1200 fronts & (2) 180/55 S1800 rears Four tires for Only $499.95

Current top of the line Competition Slicks We suggest the use of warmers with these slicks.
120/70 S1270 Med-Soft front & 180/55 S1847c med-soft rear $349.95
120/70 S1270 Med-Soft front & 190/55 S1910 soft rear $349.95
120/70 S1270 med-Soft front & 190/55 S1920 med-Soft rear $359.95

Power One Overstocks

110/70 A compound front $104.95
150/60 A compound rear $138
150/60 B compound rear $140
160/60 A Compound rear $140

The above tires can be ordered at SPORTBIKETIRESERVICE.com


THE FOLLOWING PILOT POWER SPECIALS ARE CLSB ONLY:

We're a little deep in Michelin Pilot Powers so what better way to move some out than to offer a special to our friends here on Ohio-Riders!

The Pilot Power was updated in late 2008 with some refining of the carcass and tread compound to give it better traction and increased duarbility.. all while retaining its awsome wet weather performance.

This is all the tire you'll ever need on the street and will easily take you well into the top tier of intermediate group (and beyond...) on the track. The Pilot Power is ledgendary for its predictible handling and precise cornering and braking performance. There

Ok.. enough babble you say. Here's the deal!!!!!!!

Pilot Power CLSB Riders Prices.

ALL Prices Below Include Delivery And Are In Stock Ready To Ship Now!!!!

Pilot Power Front and Rear Combos!!
120/70 and 160/60 $244
120/70 and 180/55 $252
120/70 and 190/55 $258

Pilot Power Single Rear Prices.
160/60 rear $143
180/55 rear $150
190/50 rear $155

TO TAKE ADVATAGE OF THESE PRICES YOU MUST FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS:

Email Your Order To [email protected] (DO NOT PM ME!!!) and put "CLSB TIRES" in Subject line.

Include the Following in your Email:

The Tires You Wish To Purchase (example.... 120/70 and 180/55 for $252)
Your Full Name
Your Shipping Address. (if billing address and shiiping address are different note both)
Phone Number(s) And Best Time For Me To Call
Do Not Email Me Credit Card Info....

I will call you to obtain payment info and confirm your order within 24 hours.

As always thanks!

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post #2 of 9 (permalink) Old 10-28-2009, 05:33 PM
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Do the power race tires need warmers? Are they streetable?

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not a good idea to street a race tire, wont last long at all

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It would only be occasional street riding, the SV is my trackbitch

Also, are the pilot powers the 2CT or regular pp tires?

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For the street stick with street tires. Pilots or 2ct. Wear not even being an issue, safety being more important. The power one race do not heat up as fast as street tires. With the stop and go of street riding you will never really get them up to temp. A cold tire and your 1K can result in an ugly scene. In colder temps some folks even use Pilots/2CT on the track because they warm up faster and can become more sticky than a full on race tire.

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For the street stick with street tires. Pilots or 2ct. Wear not even being an issue, safety being more important. The power one race do not heat up as fast as street tires. With the stop and go of street riding you will never really get them up to temp. A cold tire and your 1K can result in an ugly scene. In colder temps some folks even use Pilots/2CT on the track because they warm up faster and can become more sticky than a full on race tire.

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It would only be occasional street riding, the SV is my trackbitch

Also, are the pilot powers the 2CT or regular pp tires?
The are Pilot Powers.

FWIW.....If they were Pilot Power 2CT I would have listed them as Pilot Power 2CT.

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I have run all the tires above, you dont want to run a race tire on the street. The pilot powers are a great tire I ran that tire it the wet, and in the dry -drying at gingerman within three or four secs of my best pace on pr3s. kick a** tire.
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If they were Pilot Power 2CT I would have listed them as Pilot Power 2CT.
I figured as much. I only asked because they are only 3 bux less then what's on the site now.

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