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For sale I've got a TON of track takeoffs from my shenanigans recently, which are still perfect for commuting tires. I had 12 rears, and 8 fronts, some are sold all ready, i believe two sets. All Bridgestone R10s and Dunlop GPAs. Available in both 180 and 190 rear. All are currently in SoCal but if you need some shipped, just ask and I'll find out what it'll cost. I'm asking $100 a set, or $60 per rear and $40 per front (plus shipping of needed). These things are still nearly brand new in the center and make for great commuting tires. Brand new they retail $400 as well, (DOT Race). I will be producing these as fast as you can buy them! My stock is infinite. All tires were also run consistently on the top of the line digital Chicken Hawk warmers, and show little to no heat damage.

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As an added bonus, I've taken the liberty of de-chicken stripping them for you!! So you just install your new set of sticky round black things, and ride to starbucks to show off to your friends how good you are at hitting the canyons on your $400 tires!!

Shoot me a PM! Thanks everyone.


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Not sure what people are going to do w race tires on the street, won't be able to get them Hott enough to really get the full performance out of them, IMO... Prob rather spend another $100 grab some new ones.


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Not sure what people are going to do w race tires on the street, won't be able to get them Hott enough to really get the full performance out of them, IMO... Prob rather spend another $100 grab some new ones.


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Not selling them as race tires, just commuters. It's a set of tires that'll last you nearly what a brand new 2CT set will, for 1/3 of the cost. If you spend $300 on a brand new set of tires you'd better get 15k miles out of em, or else you might as well put on takeoffs. If you want to spend the extra money that's fine. Nothing but takeoffs ever go on my street bike though, everything else, I think, is a waste of money.


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I don't know who the heck gets 15k out of streetbike tires. I'm just saying I probably couldn't even heat up a race tire on the track let alone the street haha. I mean I ride beginner trackdays and am usually towards the front group but still don't think I could get them badboys up to temp. How's the race tires in the rain?


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I don't know who the heck gets 15k out of streetbike tires. I'm just saying I probably couldn't even heat up a race tire on the track let alone the street haha. I mean I ride beginner trackdays and am usually towards the front group but still don't think I could get them badboys up to temp. How's the race tires in the rain?


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That's exactly my point. No one gets 15k out of a street tire, that's why you should buy these tires. They're cheaper. And I'm not trying to sell them to people looking to get massive performance out of them. You should buy these tires if you flatline tires riding to work and back basically. My 600RR is my daily, and she's got 31k miles on her, but you should SEE the chicken strips on my current tire, because I turn her one, let her idle to 170 degrees or so, hop on, and ride to work, or school, or the grocery store. Whether my bike has an R10 or a 2CT or a BT-023 or GPA or some Continental or Shinko tire doesn't really matter to me. I hit the canyons every once in a blue moon but it never does double duty. I get chords showing in the center before I even get my feelers gone on the edges, and that's exactly who should buy these tires. Straight liners, with the occasional canyon. Tread pattern is minimal so theres probably better tires you could buy for the rain, but it depends how severe the rain is I'm sure. SoCal doesn't see a ton of rain so I couldn't give you a personal experience, last time it rained here it flooded, and I wasn't on my bike for that haha.


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Hey man. Any of these have any track life left?

I have a friend that I'm giving an R10 front to and he needs a rear for CVMA Friday.

Shoot me a txt: (909) 600-9426


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I put a set of r10's take offs on my 600rr COMMUTER and they have done me great, still have a couple thousand left in them.
 

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I would grab a couple of these but I gotta go with more all weather tires. Takeoffs are fine in the rain, even slicks, but just not in socal traffic.
 
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