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I currently have Dunlop tires and am happy with them and there the original tires on my 98 GSXR 750.......looking for some opinions on what tires you guys have come across and how yo feel about them cause I'm due for new rubber. :redmc:
 

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You are going to get a lot of info on this tpoic as we have touched it alot on here. :dthumb: You came to the right place for info. Smart choice. :twfrox:
 

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I have Pirelli Diablos and am happy with em. While im here ill save Twisty the trouble and say PILOT POWERS!
 

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Pilot Powers all the way!
 

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JK_DILLA said:
I have Pirelli Diablos and am happy with em. While im here ill save Twisty the trouble and say PILOT POWERS!

Thanks for looking out for me bro... The powers are the best.

But I would give Tomahawk a gander. http://www.cycletires.com/ Their tires are rated for higher speeds "200+mph". Dresser Tire makes them along with commerical airliners tires. They are helping Twistified Racing out this year so I have to mention them. Plus you cant beat their prices. They are getting great ratings and people I have talked to love them. I will have more info on them after I personaly test them. :dthumb:
 

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I've had Bridgestone, Dunlop and Michelins on my 'busa.

Out of the three the Michelin HPX's handled the best. :thumbs:
 

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I've had Bridgestone, Dunlop and Michelins on my 'busa.

Out of the three the Michelin HPX's handled the best. :thumbs:

HPX's were a awsome tire. But do to the the release of the Powers, Michelin is axing them. For those who dont know the HPX's are the Pilot Sports with a different compound made for 1000+CC motorcycles. The Busa, BlackBird, ZX-11 was the market for these tires.
 

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I've had bad luck with Dunslops on my old RC-51. They were waaay to sensitive to changes in ambient temperature. I recently put a set of Pirelli Diablo's on my Aprilia and love them. I've heard nothing but good things about Michelin's. They are generally pricey, tho.
 
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