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Diablo Corsa 3 F 111.55 R 177.18 RF 288

Michelin Pilot Power 2CT F 121.34 R 189.88 RF 311.12

Which one u thing are better?
 

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Pilot power FTW

I wouldnt bother with the 2ct unless you're doing trackdays often.

actually, i do trackdays and still wouldnt bother with 2ct..
 

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DC IIIs or PP are great tires for all around use and also do well on the track.

Either is fine, buy whatever you get the best price on.
 

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you can pick up the regular PPs for around 230 shipped and the 2cts for around 265.......311 must include mounting?
 

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i got my 2cts at sportbiketrackgear.com for a pretty decent price. Shipping was free when i bought and i got them in two days
 

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WOW! Check out that flatspot down the middle of the tires! :jester



now without trying to be a smartass and nit pick,

seriously analyze my tires, that was at 6K, now they are around 7K
 

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now without trying to be a smartass and nit pick,

seriously analyze my tires, that was at 6K, now they are around 7K

I know it's possible.. it takes a good all around balance of riding without stoppies and wheelies and burnouts to get that good life out of them. I know because I too have similar miles on my Dunlop 208s :cheers:
 

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what u say u put 6k on it?





let me be the first to say.





wat?




I know it's possible.. it takes a good all around balance of riding without stoppies and wheelies and burnouts to get that good life out of them. I know because I too have similar miles on my Dunlop 208s :cheers:


It could be the drifting I do on a few corners before warm up that still gives em that nice curve. LoL, grinding em down to maintain shape.


yea, I dont do burnouts just because i put too much in my tires as is so I figure its best not to further push and abuse them
 

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let me be the first to say.





wat?








It could be the drifting I do on a few corners before warm up that still gives em that nice curve. LoL, grinding em down to maintain shape.


yea, I dont do burnouts just because i put too much in my tires as is so I figure its best not to further push and abuse them

Sengvin sound Engrish to you ignorant uhmerikan?

:lmao:

Engrish is his 7th language. I applaude his efforts and am completely joking about being an ignuraunt amerikan. kthanxbye.
 
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