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    Tires

    I am running Dunlap Q3's but I am looking for something that is a freak on the ~ and sweet on the -
    What are you guy's running?

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    Big fan of Corse II's, haven't tried the III's yet. I also run Pilot Power 3's a lot and like them.

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    20170924_104905.jpg ok, let's set this straight so this does not turn into a 14 page tire war. YOU, nor me, nor anyone we know WILL NOT out ride a modern day sportbikes chassis or suspension if even moderately well setup, nor will you, me or anyone else out ride the top of the line modern day track/street tires with correct pressures and up to proper temps. The q3,q3+, pp3, rs10, etc are all amazing tires, if you crash.......it was most likely YOUR fault!!!!! That is a pic of my track tires, and yes I've almost crashed many times. It was my fault!!!!
    Last edited by wickedchop; 10-04-2017 at 12:10 PM.

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    i NEVER crash and i run Shinkos.
    warm regards,
    Eddie Lawson

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    Very true^^^^ and I forgot the most important part....








    "IMHO"

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    I've been running Continental conti-motions for the last 6 or 7 years. NOT THE SAME SET, sheesh, be real. However, I do get about 8k out of a set and they serve my street needs just fine.
    You can get a set for around $165!
    I don't see the sense in paying over $200 for tires unless you need track specific tires.

    Let Pandora's box open and the discussion morph into what the last dozen or so tire threads have morphed into!

    Might as well start talking about oil, politics and religion!

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    Very happy with my Dunlops SportMax GPs a very sticky tire. Not a high mileage tire.
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    Last edited by Silverrider; 10-04-2017 at 01:53 PM.

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    Shinkos

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    Love my Conti-Sport Attacks!

    Not that cheap and I only get about 3K miles out of the back tire, but them again I ride it hard in the twisties.

    Very confidence inspiring tire. I only run them in the summer though.



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