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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 10-14-2007, 04:37 AM Thread Starter
 
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Dunlop Qualifiers V Pirelli Diablo

Guys, looking to stick some new tyres on the bike (F4). Either going to go for the Dunlop Qualifiers or the Pirelli Diablo tyres. They will be for ROAD USE only. Any suggestions please
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I LOVE my new qualifiers. The have lots of stick both on the track and road. I think you ought give them a try.

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Never used the Pirelli's but a friend but them on his R1 and keeps raving about the grip and feel of them.
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never used the dunlops but can assure you that the pirellis are excellent!!!
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Used both and prefere the Pirelli's...

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It growls and rages and flies across the tarmac like a wild animal that has escaped the confinement of a cage and after merely waiting restlessly until the release, will not endure being locked up ever again.


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have used Super corsa pros (on road) and they were very good, plenty of feedback / feel particulary from the front however do not ride in the wet which could be an issue Now have GP Racers soft front med rear and they are excellent road tires do not move around as much as the Pirellis however could be an issue in the wet


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I have the Dunlops on a Buell and I think I prefer the Pirelli Diablo Corse that I run on the MV.

I put a set of Dragon SC's on my track bike...they are great, but I wouldn't choose them for the road.

When the time comes to replace the Mv's, I thinking Diablo Corse III's.

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[QUOTE=Broms]I have the Dunlops on a Buell and I think I prefer the Pirelli Diablo Corse that I run on the MV.

I put a set of Dragon SC's on my track bike...they are great, but I wouldn't choose them for the road.

B, Why not? they are excellent road tires in the dry


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B, Why not? they are excellent road tires in the dry
They sure are JSM, but I do get caught in the rain sometimes .

Apart from that, Nicensleazy is in the UK...would he ever get dry, warm roads ? .

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post #10 of 11 (permalink) Old 10-14-2007, 10:57 PM
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My friend just switched out his set of supers for a set of qualifiers and loves them. He only got 1800 miles out of the pirellis! My dad just changed them out for Mich. 2ct's yesterday. He's tracking them at Buttonwillow tomarrow so I'll ask him how they are. Oh they are both on 1098s.
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