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    Haha....
    I just got my tyres changed to bt010 today....
    My oh my.... What a whole lot of difference it gets than from D208
    Thanks for the recommendation il4....

    I had it changed at motoworld for $330 for front 120/70 & rear 190/50
    Though i could easily change it at hkl for $320 but i still trust my bike at the hands of motoworld.....
    At first not used to the profile of this tyre.... but slowly get the hang of it....
    It gives me the confidence that D208 can't give me....
    Wait till i try it out on rainy days to see how good can they be.....

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    Has anyone tried before Michelin Pilot Sport and Pilot Sport HPX, care to share your review...........


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    Pilot HPX are meant for rocket bikes like Busas and 12R.

    As for pilot sports, well...pricey tires but very capable, good grip as usual, stiffer then normal carcass meaning u may have to ride rather hard to get the heatin to the tire. One problem i see in this tire is tat towards the end of its heat cycle, the grip will juz fade all of a sudden, pretty scary i must say.
    oh I see, so it is not very recommendable after all.


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    I used the Pilot Sports for a few months... I felt they were very capable. I dun ride hard so probably never pushed them to the limits. Rain or shine also never had any jittery moments.......

    ..... which is more than i can say for my current set of plant extract.

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    any comment on metzeler tyres ?

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    Hi,

    my front tyre botak liao... any tyre to recommend?

    I'm riding NSR125 .... thx

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    Looks like there are some very experience with tyres here.
    Would appreciate advise for my Deauville.
    Riding style is rather mild. I don't travel alot and have not done any trouring to Malaysia. Would be more concern about safety during wet condition rather than how long the tyres last.
    Thanks in advance.

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    anyone using dunlop tt900? good anot? wat kind of tyre is this?can last anot? wat is the prices of a pair of tt900......thank you
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    i'm currently using Dunlop tt900gp the Grip of this tyre is pretty good for ME at least.. the wear and tear not very visible yet but i'm sure they Grip real well..
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    Choosing tyre is very much a personal choice and it depends on what sort of a rider are you.

    Z rated tyres are for high speed stability and cornering grip. Recommended: Metzeler Rennsport RS2, Michellin Pilot Race, Michellin Pilot Race H2, Dunlop 207, Dunlop 208, Pirelli Super Corsa, Pirelli Diablo.

    BT010 are alright but only grippy for the first part of its life.

    Race compound tyres will put you back between $450 - $550 per pair.

    Just a consideration, the contact patch per tyre is the size of your palm. Don't you think it's best to invest on a good pair?

    Some useful links:-
    Bridgestone - http://mc.bridgestone.co.jp/en/products/ca...ory/onroad.html
    Dunlop - http://www.dunlopmotorcycle.com/infocenter..._tirecharts.asp
    Metzeler - http://www.metzelermoto.com/product_info/c...alogo/index.asp
    Michellin - http://www.michelin.com.sg/motorcycle/mot_cat_comp.jsp
    Pirelli - http://www.pirellimoto.com/tires/catalogo/...aglio.asp?id=10
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    You missed out Bridgestone's BT012SS...... really good tires.... it has replaced the BT010 as the top end street/sport tires.... plus its really good value for money......

    I am currently using the BT012SS, my third set.... really quite good.....

    I have heard of Super Corsa and the other sport tires..... the range is a little short.... wears quickly but very grippy.....

    There's always a trade off..... good grip, higher tire wear and vice versa.....

    Also, some tires are more suited to track and therefore not so suited to everyday riding..... all depends......

     

     
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    It's true. A tyre with dual compound would serve best for everyday use. Cost of grippy tyres are killing me. Hopefully technology will either make tyres cheaper or last longer.

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    It's true. A tyre with dual compound would serve best for everyday use. Cost of grippy tyres are killing me. Hopefully technology will either make tyres cheaper or last longer.

    Like what Greg was saying...BT012ss is good for most fast road riding, I am using it, $340/-...very cheap.
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    quick, where did you get your tires???? I just changed mine on Wednesday....cost $390.....

    Your $340, does that include balancing???

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    quick, where did you get your tires???? I just changed mine on Wednesday....cost $390.....

    Your $340, does that include balancing???
    I went Unity ...they cost me $390/-

    so I walk over to HKL...they quote me $340 + balancing.
    I am well aware of their bad reputation, but because it is so much cheaper..I check out the tyre before changing, and I find it ok.

    So, I let them change the tyre..I stay with my bike throughout the whole changing tyre session, I find that guy who change my tyre is doing quite a good job, his name is Ah Zhen. And I am a happy customer.
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    Well thank you for clearing that out il4.....

    I always thought that the BT012SS, because of its standing in the range of bridgestone had come out above the BT010..... and hence, replaced its POSITION as the top end street/sport tire..... I didn't mean that the BT012SS was out to take the place of the BT010.... both are relatively new tires with the BT012SS being newer.....

    Anyway, I used to use the BT010....not bad either..... actually, I prefer the BT010 but 'they' say the BT012SS is grippier, so I went with the BT012SS........

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    Wat bike u guys riding?
    Change the set of tires for ard $340?
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    The front of my BT010 is almost worn out, but the rear still quite ok.
    This is common a BT010 problem?
    Cos seems like the rear one shld go first.

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    The front of my BT010 is almost worn out, but the rear still quite ok.
    This is common a BT010 problem?
    Cos seems like the rear one shld go first.
    it happened to me too..at first i thought it was my riding style...
    but now i beginning to doubt that too..

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    Depends on the rider. If you're the type that like to gas it up or very much into cornering, then your rear will go. The front will go first if you're the type that likes to brake hard. Exit out of corners are the main culprit for the rear.
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    So it seems like a common problem...

    Does BT012ss have the same problem??

     

     
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    the traits of BT012SS is similar to Dunlop D207RR and Michelin Pilot Sport Cup.

    It sports a street carcass with race rubbers.

    so if u look at Bridgestone, its actually a hybrid design using a similar carcass from BT010 and the race rubber from BT001SS.

    it gives u the best of both world, alittle more grip then street tire, longer heat cycle compared to race tires.

    so to say tat BT012SS is actually a replacement model for BT56Ss rather then BT010.

    each serve a different purpose
    so is BT 056 better than BT010?? i heard dat BT 56 is old tires....

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    well, u cant find BT56 anymore, so its not necessary to know how BT56 fare
    my mechanic say BT056 still have in production... dat y he recommend mi....fr planet motorshop at ubi....

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    huh? sounds like he is trying to offload his stock to me.....

    BT series now already 090's and the 01X's .....

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    my mechanic say BT056 still have in production... dat y he recommend mi....fr planet motorshop at ubi....
    Probably old stocks that have been shelved there for quite some time..
    Not advisable to get those..
    Get a pair of fresher/new ones..

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    The front of my BT010 is almost worn out, but the rear still quite ok.
    This is common a BT010 problem?
    Cos seems like the rear one shld go first.
    For me,

    10 months= 1 BT 010front and 2 BT010 rear...
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    my mechanic say BT056 still have in production... dat y he recommend mi....fr planet motorshop at ubi....
    BT010 replace BT56. And since BT010 has been around for 3 years(i think)...The BT56 must have been kept for a long time.
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    MEZ1 is said to be jurassic age tyres .. any reason why metzeler is still standing by it .. ? shouldn't they just scrap it n move on to a better version.

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    MEZ1 is said to be jurassic age tyres .. any reason why metzeler is still standing by it .. ? shouldn't they just scrap it n move on to a better version.
    It it ain't broke, why fix it? If a design is good, it can last quite a while until newer generation bikes start "out performing" the current range of tires.

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    I've got MEZ-4

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    ok..will take notes.....thk for all the advice....

     

     
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    so many ppl with so many diff views... anyway, what is the best pair of tyres for my GSX400? been thinking of getting pirellis, but lost at which one to get... diablo, dragon, evo?...

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    go for pirelli dragon....using dragon evo now....fell in love with it

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    I heard that the Diablo is as grippy as the Corsa but longer lasting. If you've tried it, let me know.
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    hiya dude, i have make some notes on Diablo, perhaps this is a more accurate info i gather.

    as u know the Pirelli Super COrsa series ranges from the following

    Super Corsa
    Super Corsa 1
    Super Corsa 2
    Super Corsa 3 (rear)

    the current Diablo Corsa replaces Super Corsa, this explains why it last longer compare to SC1,2 and 3

    I have already seen it in action, seems good to me, bugger on the '99 R6 was pushing very hard udring most of his hour session.
    Was he riding a grey R6 with a Micron system?
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    If he's there on Thursday with a patched up leathers and black Arai Helmet, his name is David. You can talk to him. He's a friend of mine. He use to ride with Dunlop GPR tyres.
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    It was an old GSXR 400 white with patched up paint work. He did a 1'56" before moving to a R6. He was using #28 while I was using #26.
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    yup, thats the same guy....
    I told him he'll do well if he changed to a R6 since it suits his riding style rather than getting a 750.

    He is doing below 1'50". I'm glad for him. He'll surprise other usual riders.
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    Bought battlax bt45 rear tyre last december for my Super4 but didnt check the size.The mech put on 150/70 instead of the recommended 140.So far so good but after reading the useful infos abt tyre sizes feel like want to cHange back to correct size.
    Do shop take tyre trade-ins?

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    i'm using 150 as well...as long as its not 160 and touching the chain....should be okie lah

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    O izzit? I havent changed my front one though.Still has pirelli mt75 on. Lousy man.bad combo wif battlax.Very 'tight' n always want to stay upright. will get a bt45 wen got money.

    i'm using 150 as well...as long as its not 160 and touching the chain....should be okie lah

     

     
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    Hi All,

    Can anyone advise where I can purchase a tubeless tyre repair kit and esitmate cost.

    Thanks

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    Gerry Looi Motorcycles is selling a Metzeler Repair Kit. I think it is less than $20.
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    Gerry Looi Motorcycles is selling a Metzeler Repair Kit. I think it is less than $20.
    Wolverin - thanks will check out with Gerry Looi Motor and purchase if they have stock.

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    hi guys, need some advice here. just got a new 150cc kawa, my original irc tyres come with size 110 rear. i was thinking if its ok to change the rear to size 120 using dunlop tt900gp??? and will it affect the performance?? and how much should i pay for the front and rear so i won't kanna chop??

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    hi guys, need some advice here. just got a new 150cc kawa, my original irc tyres come with size 110 rear. i was thinking if its ok to change the rear to size 120 using dunlop tt900gp??? and will it affect the performance?? and how much should i pay for the front and rear so i won't kanna chop??
    oh yeah, one more thing to note, remember to check the signs "for front use only" "for rear wheel only" when they are about to change.
    I've seen incidents whereby motordiam use front tyres for the rear. better check to be sure dude!
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    those advises will sure help! thks guys. btw, which size and brand of tyres u use for ur bike R3s|st0r ??

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    those advises will sure help! thks guys. btw, which size and brand of tyres u use for ur bike R3s|st0r ??
    I;m riding the same bike as u. using 90 80/17 for front, 120 80/17 for rear. on Battlax BT039SS. Made in japan.
    The tyres u want go for is also good stuff, go ahead get them quick. faster change yr IRC .
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    any great sticky tyres for rs250...
    name me a few brand - model and the price..
    thanks
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    i have used irc tyres for nearly one yr for my sp...so far so good....dosen't feel it slippery though.......

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