Caution! The tire pressure for D207, D207RR, D208 or D208RR is 2.5bars for the front tire, 2.9 for the rear. You can go a bit less, but after chatting with on of there technician here in France 2.4 front, 2.6/2.7 rear is the minimum for backroad use (No highway with these pressures).Scary said:Agree with "Machine748s"
The '03 Aprilias came with those 207rr standard & many owners got huge mileage outta them all over the world( me include). & some didn't, it took us a while to realise they were being made in a couple of countries. We were getting anywhere from 7000kms right up to 14000kms outta them depending on the weight of the riders & if they rode solo all the time or not.
But the high mileage ones were the French made ones. The front tyres would cup out their tread a bit, but I think that was a little to do with pressures & suspension setting people were running. If their the French made ones I'd guess you'll get more mileage than you're going to need mate.
The only way u can get them in Aussie that I know of, is standard on some brands of NEW bike. Shame really, as I'd run them again in a blink. Pretty good in the wet too(not as good as Powers though