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View Poll Results: Which tire would you prefer for a group buy
Bridgestone BT-016 10 20.41%
Pirelli Diablo Rosso 4 8.16%
Michelin Pilot Road 1 2.04%
Michelin Pilot Road 2CT 7 14.29%
DCIII 6 12.24%
Micheling Pilot Power 2CT's 9 18.37%
Continental Sport Attack 0 0%
Bridgestone BT-002RS's 12 24.49%
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post #1 of 25 (permalink) Old 08-11-2008, 05:06 PM Thread Starter
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Tire Group Buy *VENDORS WANTED*

So I've seen that Many people on here would be interested in a Tire Group buy, but the problem with that is that everyone wants different tires. so I'm making this poll as a SUGGESTION to vendors to what the overall .net society wants as a tire, making their life a little easier and hopefully getting us a tire group buy. So take a pick from the above.

(the more that vote to more likely it is that we get one of these things going)
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Pilot Power 2CT for me, but I wouldn't mind trying the BT-016.

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^^^ yeah those are the ones i picked, i need the hard center cause i ride a Lot of mile for commuting , but then you still got the sticky edges too

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I voted pilot power 2ct. Even tho I have 3 sets of tires in my garage haha.

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I chose the BT002RS. Its a tire ive been wanting to try, and they sound good for track days.
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I chose BT-002 RS as well, just tried them for the first time on an agressive ride in the canyons and f-in loved 'em!

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I picked the BT-016, I want to try it out. The stickier edges take up a larger portion of the tire then the 2CTs does.

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Come on bt-002! Sounds like a tire I want to try out. Perfect for track days, perfect for the street! I'll buy a few sets if the price is right.
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damn it, wheres all the bt-016 people at

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BT-002 RS has the sticky sides too, not just the 016's. in fact, the 002 RS are a more track-focused tire. i'm telling you that I rode HARD today on Glendora Mountain road, scraping knee on every turn and peg on many. never had 1 moment. the profile is perfect as well. i'm telling you that hands down, these are the best tires i've ever tried in my life. i wish i would've been hip to them sooner. i like them even more than the michelin power race DOT's. i can only imagine how the 003's must feel, oh my God. the one thing i will caution about is that the rear does wiggle a bit if you're a bit too hard on the throttle at full lean (which you shouldn't be anyway, I was just testing their grip a bit- stupid i know) as long as you're 75-0% leaned they stick awesome when hard on the throttle. the front is phenomenal in every way. makes trail-braking, quick-turn in and high entry speed a breeze.

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Unfortunately he didn't add it. It probably would have lost anyways, most people aren't looking for DOT race.
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yeah sorry man, i figured mopst were looking for a street tire aswell with the occasional trackday. plus the way the PP2CTs are doing they would had no chance

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bt016s sound like a better tire for race. bt002s are dual use, should last longer than 016s, from what I've researched.
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BT-016 is a street tire. BT-002 RS = street and trackday tire, from what i understand. haven't had a chance to try the 016 yet so i can't comment, but i don't know why i would try them if i already like the 002 RS's so much. i don't think the 002 RS tires have much durability though. at least my rear looks like it's going pretty damn quick on the edges. Bridgestone needs to get their ish together and stop making all their tires have confusing names and #'s that make no sense.

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bt016s sound like a better tire for race. bt002s are dual use, should last longer than 016s, from what I've researched.
http://www.motorcycle-karttires.com/bt-016.pdf

BT-016 is not better for race, the bt-002RS is.

Anyways, both good tires I am sure, but I am shooting for the 002s.
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So when is this going to be official- i need tires ASAP!!! Prefer Pilot Power 2ct

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So when is this going to be official- i need tires ASAP!!! Prefer Pilot Power 2ct
when ever a vendor decided to actually have one.

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I don't sell tires, but I can tell you guys that this may be pretty difficult to pull off. Margins on tires are very, very thin. It's pretty hard to beat the big boys on tire prices because they buy hundreds of sets. When I looked at selling tires I decided not to because the profit after shipping a set of tires and paying transaction fees was about $15.

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Well, it might be futlile, but we can see. I plan on purchasing at least two sets if the price is right and the tire I want wins, but we'll see if a vendor wants to make it happen.
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go BT-002 RS !!!! (happy dance) come on cyclesector, where are you?! lol.

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Thing with tires are is alot of the vendors have them about as low as they can get them to where they're making a little bit of money off them. Tires are expensive and they're going to be expensive either way.

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where the vendors at???

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