ok sweet man, i care more about sticking thru a corner than i do a lil bit of noise, and a lil vibration at high speeds isnt too big a deal long as its not to the point of numbing yer hands... that suxOriginally posted by chefjb21
The m-1 on the front is a good tire, it has more tread groves then the oem tire so it a lil louder and has a lil more vibration but when it comes to sticking its GREAT!
Geee whizz I still have the orginals at 9320 miles Dunlop 207. Keeping the right air pressure and burnouts to a minimum helps. My pal has same bike and year, stiching is showing on his at 6K low tire pressure and burnouts of course.Originally posted by snotrocket
Obviously riding styles will effect this,
but how does one tell if there is enough tread left (I have stock Dunlops on an 02 with 3500 miles)or how many relatively easy street miles should you get before it's time to get new tires ??