Thanks for the help, I checked out that site and I like what I see. Only one question, Pilot Power or Pilot Power 2CT?
How hard do you ride twisties, can you drag a knee? Do you plan on needing to replace you tires in fewer miles? Do you ride mostly straight roads? Answer these questions and then your choice of tires may need to change. PPs aren't necessary for everyone.
I know a lot of people that all they do is highway riding, barely any twisties and stuff like that, who run the Dunlops. Although when they are in the twisties, they get nailed by everyone with PPs and are usually at the back of the pack.
However, my Dunlops that came on the R6 lasted me like 6K miles and I actually had a guy who races buy them off me to use as like BS track tyres.
as a rule that is true. I have about 3k on my rear pilot Road with a plug in it. And I've hit the dragon n other twisties a few tymes this summer too wit it in. But That does mean it wont pop when I head to class tonight
Quals were pretty good for stock tires, you will get more use out of a hard compound tire though if you ride a lot of interstate/straight roads and if you plan on being really hard on the tires by wheelies/stoppies instead of a soft tire like the Quals/PPs.