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    Cheers I use those on the mountain bike Tyres

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    Stop'n'go repair kit & Airman compressor.

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    Forgot how different the bike feels when you put new tyres on, far to early to say anything about the metzelers performance but new tyres feel amazing compared to old worn ones Tyres

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    put BT023 on mine. had them on last two CB1000R. they were rearly good on the Honda"s but found them to hard for MT09. would not recommend them

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    Done a couple of rides, first impressions are good, very surefooted wet and dry and the profile of the front matches the back, the Dunlop front was much more rounded than the rear, the downside of that is 1/2 " wide chicken strips, need to up my game Tyres

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    Quote Originally Posted by wakers View Post
    Done a couple of rides, first impressions are good, very surefooted wet and dry and the profile of the front matches the back, the Dunlop front was much more rounded than the rear, the downside of that is 1/2 " wide chicken strips, need to up my game Tyres

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    I've put roadtec 01's on mine and i've the same thing with the chicken strips.

    I had the Dunlops right over near the edge but at the same lean angle theres loads of tyre left on these LOL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LewFZ1 View Post
    Make sure you get the mushroom plug ones though.
    That's the Stop 'n Go kit. Advantage of the mushrooms is that you don't need any sealant or goo, so it's easier for a tyre depot to fit a permanent plug.

 

 

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