I've certainly found this out myself. As of today my bike only has 500 miles on it, and I only use it on the track. COTA is a horsepower hog and two sets of DOT tires were totally overwhelmed by the horsepower this thing has.
After having fun playing with the traction control all morning I could see the brand new Dunlop Q4s were so badly worn they wouldn't survive the rest of the day. I fitted my spare rear wheel with the stock pirelli during the lunch break and it wore just as fast. I had a set of pirelli slicks (medium front & rear) fitted that evening and they survived the following day with enough life left for another 5 track days (at much slower tracks) in the last 3 weeks. They still have about 25% life left, enough for the rest of the season.
Moral of the story - DOT tires cant handle the power. Use a medium compound rear slick and you'll get great traction and good life span. If you're riding this beast on the street, good luck...
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