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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 07-12-2006, 11:18 AM Thread Starter
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Sweet tire info on Bridgestone Slicks, but...

I don't use Bridgestones!

Anybody know of a similar site with similar info for Dunlop and Pirelli?

http://www.motorcycle-karttires.com/RoadRacing.aspx
click on "View Compound Chart" - Noice!

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Dunlop...

http://www.dunlopracing.com/sizes.html

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120/595R17 (rear for 125)
155/635R18 (rear for 250)

B-stone slicks for the 400

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Pirelli...

http://www.pirellimoto.com/en_96/tir...?catid=96RANHS

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I'm switching to Bridgestone slicks starting this weekend as Dunlop support sucks ass.
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I'm switching to Bridgestone slicks starting this weekend as Dunlop support sucks ass.
Yeah, Team Bridgestone priciing is pretty damn good. When I have cash to buy tires, I'll probably be giving them a try. For right now, I'm hoping to trade new Michelin Pilot Race Rain tires for a new set of race DOT's so I'm not running take-offs all weekend. If you know anyone with a 120/180 set of new tires that might be interested lmk.
Looking for:
Pirelli Supercorsa Pros SC1 front SC2 rear
Michelin Pilot Races
Metzeler Racetecs K1 front and K1 or K2 rear
Bridgestone BT002 Type 4 front Type 3/4 rear
but will consider just about anything now.
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