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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 03-09-2019, 11:47 AM Thread Starter
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Oh no, a tyre thread (F3 800)

What are people using and liking?

I'm a massive fan of the M7RR tyres. I won't be using the MV in the rain (if I can help it), I'm hoping to do one or two track days.

Has anyone tried the Power RS?

So hit me up with your suggestions.
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Um, no brainer: M7RR

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I use the power RS.


They work for most temperatures that you could ride in. They do clean up the handling to what I like on my F3 800 which can tend to head shake if you put any weight on the clip ons with the stock tires. They are also very stable when upright and have never moved on me while leaned over on the street. I do not like the M7RR personally as the rear would move out on me during tight corner exits. I also disliked the dunlops sportmax q3 for poor quality issues(not seating on the rim correctly).

Use the Michelin recommendation of 32 psi front and 35 psi back.



For hot summer days(95 F and above) and track day I would say the Power Cup Evo or something higher on the temperature scale is better. This depends though on your pace on track days.



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What are people using and liking?

I'm a massive fan of the M7RR tyres. I won't be using the MV in the rain (if I can help it), I'm hoping to do one or two track days.

Has anyone tried the Power RS?

So hit me up with your suggestions.

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95f?

In England?

Are you a mad man?

If it hits the 80s here we call a national holiday
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If it hits the 80s here we call a national holiday
Agree. Major shopping centres become swamped with people buying electric fans; news reports detail rail lines buckling - with consequent delayed trains; pensioners faint in the streets; school's without air conditioning cancel classes, etc.
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The F4 came with the Super Corsa SP's but I prefer the Metzeler Racetec RR as they seem to be more stable. Great for a spirited road ride and not bad for a track session depending on compound. But that just my opinion.

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Why can't the motorcycle stand up on its own?

Because it is two tired.

Doesn't apply to the parts of the world that spell tire as tyre!

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Why can't the motorcycle stand up on its own?

Because it is two tired.
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Im liking the S21 by Bridgestone, i hear the S22 are a set above again, i don't think you can go wrong with any of the supersport tires, Even the PR5s are awesome lasting tires , with great side grip for more sports touring...... My S21 on the 790, i like these tires for a light weight bike. On a par with the M7RRs.
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Im liking the S21 by Bridgestone, i hear the S22 are a set above again, i don't think you can go wrong with any of the supersport tires, Even the PR5s are awesome lasting tires , with great side grip for more sports touring...... My S21 on the 790, i like these tires for a light weight bike. On a par with the M7RRs.

Same here. I'm close to the end of the second set I have put on my F4RR and I just collected a set of S22s which I will need to fit in the next month or so. I'm expecting them to be at least 4.76% better!
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