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Power Bronze airflow windscreen or Zero Gravity double bubble?

Dunlop D207RR or Michelin Sport Pilots?

Please provide opinions. Those of you who own these products or know info...please provide any info to help me make a decision.
 

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I have a LP V2 speedscreen and cant complain. It was $63.00 sent to my door. I just ordered the Sportec M-1 to try them. If I dont like them I`m changing to Pilot Race.

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Windscreens are up to your preference. As for tires I can say Pilots all the way. I love the feedback and stick. With that said I'm also putting on the new M-1 for my next trackday at the end of the month. The last write up on them claim they're the $hit!!

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Rob
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I've owned both screens and in my opinion, the Powerbronze screen is thicker, clearer, and has a better overall finish than the ZG screen. As for tires, I prefer Pilots or Bridgestones (in that order) over the Dunlops.
 

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stupid tire company sent me race pilots instead of street, that said i did almost 1k highway miles and 500 local miles- basically slow straight highway*stupid buffalo* and they're wearing down the middle pretty quickly...really pisses me off that the tires are gettin wasted that fast, that said my next pair iwll be mich macadams...heard they wear slower but when warm stick pretty well, lets face- i'm on a 6 and not exactly redlining it out of corners like i'm racing, so i'll go with the slower wearing pair next time...too expensive to waste like this...DAMNIT
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I would agree with Noud, but don't listen to him about tire break in!!! That guy is nuts!!! Its good those Metzlers were sticky under the silicon. Silicon, oh the swEEEty at the restaurant

2002 TL1000R
2001 929 RR
1995/7 ZX7-9
Save a tire, ride a wheelie!
 
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