Pilot Road 5




#43
That's looking at my tires from the front looking back. As long as I've been riding, it has always been like that.

Cruisers may have a different setup but every sport bike I've owned and ridden have been opposite each other.

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#49
That's looking at my tires from the front looking back. As long as I've been riding, it has always been like that.

Cruisers may have a different setup but every sport bike I've owned and ridden have been opposite each other.

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look at the water grooves on the front tire..... looks incorrect to me... those are supposed to channel water away from the contact patch.... no?
 
#53
you have 7500 on this set of tires? That seems pretty good. Do you have a current picture of the rear tire now?
I dont at the current moment. I'm at work and ththe bike is at home. Weird that I actually drove a car since I dont own one lol. I get off shift at 8am and will get a few pics when i get home. I know I'm over 8k now. Maybe close to 8500.
 
#54
I've only got 550kms on mine , $598 fitted bike taken in. View attachment 1583089

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These Pilot 5 's are $527 a pair if you buy them online from Boyd's in Hamilton, free delivery.
I use Pilot Power 3 , $419 a pair from Boyd's, I fit and balance them my self, they are awesome, never have I had a 'moment' of lost grip!
I got 8900kms out of the last set, have 6700kms on the current set and still have 2mm in the center
I ALWAYS fit new front and rear as a set, whether the front looks like it can go further or not.
 

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