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Ok, we are doing some important research here.
It's classified. So we could tell you, but you know the rest.


Seriously though.

What BRAND TIRES, What MODEL Tires and how many miles you HAVE Gotton before you had to get new ones.

Example: Dunlop Qualifiers 3000 miles
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Michelin Pilot Powers 7000 miles
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Pirelli Dragon Super Corsa 1000 miles ... etc...



This will be some good information for everyone.

So POST UP.
And please no thread jacking. Just tires, and miles.
 
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Dunlop OEM qualifier. 5000 miles.
Got at least another 500 miles on the front and at least another 4000 on the rear.
All street miles.
 

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Dunlop Sportmax: less than 5k miles
Michelin Pilot Powers: 5500k miles
Currently on 002RS with 2k + miles
 

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Michelin Pilot Powers: 2000 hard cornering miles (36 psi f+r) one trackday, the rest canyons (rear wore slightly faster than the front, but the front triangulated causing the front to push so i changed in sets)
Bridgestone 002RS: 1200 hard cornering miles (30 psi f+r) one trackday, the rest canyons (front and rear wore evenly)
Dunlop Sportmax GP DOT race (US non-ntech): 8-900 hard cornering miles (30 front 29 rear) all canyons. (front and rear wore evenly)
Dunlop 211 GP (British n-tech) DOT race: 8-900 hard cornering miles out of a rear, 2000 miles out of a front (30 front, 21 rear) 2 trackdays, the rest canyons. (rear wears twice as fast as the front so i go 2 rears to one front)

*all PSI's listed are COLD pressures.
 

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I have not had a street bike in a while, but here is what I found in my experience.
2003 RC51
Metzler M1 - 4K on fonts, 2K on rears
BT014 - 7K on fronts, 3.5K on the rears
D208ZR - 5K on the set
These are approx. numbers obviously. Kinda old info, but it is what it is.
John
 
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