Tire Options

Re: Tire Options

Postby cross » Wed May 14, 2014 11:34 am

What i have to stop doing is stop responding to emails through my iPhone to eliminate my typo's.
You can end up sending some strange messages to people!
Who makes those tires? I've never heard of them. I purchased Bridgestone S11 and i'm happy with them.
The best price was on http://www.denniskirk.com
I meant the side stand, bike was too upright with /80 tire in the rear.
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Re: Tire Options

Postby RJ CB650 » Fri Jul 25, 2014 6:19 pm

Been a bit, but I went with spitfires on mine as well. Rear when I got it had a new by date and satisfactory treat life left on it's spitfire. Front had a qualifier which I replaced with a spitfire as well. They meet load rating and my lower power nighthawk does very well and never comes close to the speed rating. I know it would have to be an extremely bad day to even approach the 210 km/h H speed rating, let alone the 240km/h for V on my CBX
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