If you run the low pressure they will warm up fast.
And you will wear them out fast down the middle for sure/images/icons/crazy.gif
I've got 700 miles on my rear and it's about 1/3 done/images/icons/frown.gif
That is down the middle. The sides are still good to go
Jabuan, I don't really notice much difference at all on the street but, on the curvy stuff they are well heated by the time I start dropping into turns and it holds great. Keep in mind, if it says 36 psi on the tire, I run that day-to-day. Before running sorties into the mountains, I just drop it to 34 when it's cold so it's closer to 36 on the hill.
Forgive & forget. Just never forget when I forgive.
Thanx guys.......Helium hmmmmmmmm gonna hafta try that/images/icons/crazy.gif
I wouldn't put alot of weight in Sport Riders article. Tires and pressure for that matter vary. They gave the 207RR a bad write up........but after taking them on the Vegas track it was next to impossible to break them loose. They made me not want my Pilots back....so who knows.
It's what works for you.......kinda like arguing over guns......if you hit what your aiming at...then it's the one for you/images/icons/smile.gif
Well then, I guess your 0 for 2 /images/icons/wink.gif
It doesn't matter what pressure you run Dave
I'll still smoke you like i smoked Gregg!!!!
Now where's my 200 bones????????????????????/images/icons/smile.gif
How bout this for a reminder:
"F%[email protected]#, Gregg will smoke you on his bike in a straight line
cause he has a twin, and twins are sooooo tourque" 'there's no way you could beat him, I'll bet you a hundred bucks"
So PAY UP!!!!!!!!!!! [smlie]