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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 05-20-2018, 04:37 PM Thread Starter
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A question of tires...

When i see the Pirelli Supercorsa at the frontwheel...
Its not much profile on it...
So ive asked me,if it fits,to combine Supercorsa/Backwheel,with a Diablo Rosso lll Frontwheel
Did anyone test this combination??
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what exactly are you looking for in terms of grip, feel, longevity? I myself prefer one kind of tread/compound.
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post #3 of 5 (permalink) Old 05-21-2018, 02:32 PM Thread Starter
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I mean,my fronttire is ready used after about 2000 Kilometers...
But the rear tire is good enough for about 1500 Kilometers more...
When i now want to make a longer trip with about 3500 Kilometers,than i got problems at the front...
At my 1199,i used the Diablo Rossolll and no prob at all over long distances...
Maybe its possible in this way for a long run in combination??🤔
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I mean,my fronttire is ready used after about 2000 Kilometers...
But the rear tire is good enough for about 1500 Kilometers more...
When i now want to make a longer trip with about 3500 Kilometers,than i got problems at the front...
At my 1199,i used the Diablo Rossolll and no prob at all over long distances...
Maybe its possible in this way for a long run in combination??��
If you need better longevity, equip more touring style of tires. Fronts usually are supposed to outlast rears, it sounds as if you need more air in the front and possibly your suspension tuned to your weight.
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post #5 of 5 (permalink) Old 11-15-2018, 11:55 PM
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balanced grip is key, so I thought...

I never switch up, your not getting a balanced grip, but whos to say its not better if your riding style helps that scenario. I agree with SixShock, proper suspension adjustments, and tire pressure should correct it.
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