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Offline AKA

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sensible road riding will do the trick pretty quickly.

Alas, not something we always see with the sportsbike riders though  :gnasher:



Offline B2

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I know my limits.


I can't even think of any road where I would have the chance to do something like that. At least not at legal speeds....

Don't need too higher a speed for them to touch.  There's still quite a bit of tyre unused on the edge.  ;)

Lay it down a bit more.  :D



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Offline Aircon

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Here is my new rubber after 100kms

looks pretty much done to me.

now go for it :)

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Offline CortinaD


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looks pretty much done to me.

now go for it :)



Nice!!!! Im going to take it for a another hundred kms ride tonight.

I noticed the new rubber lets the bike tip in much quicker than before. I am wondering if thats because they haven't been flattened off by "normal" riding yet?



Offline AKA

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Nice!!!! Im going to take it for a another hundred kms ride tonight.

I noticed the new rubber lets the bike tip in much quicker than before. I am wondering if thats because they haven't been flattened off by "normal" riding yet?

Could been low pressure on the old tyres, maybe.....


Now go clean those rims.



Offline CortinaD


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Could been low pressure on the old tyres, maybe.....


Now go clean those rims.

How do you keep yours clean? I find that after every decent ride the chain lube makes them filthy.

EDIT: Running 32psi front, 35psi rear at the moment. Old rubber was 32psi all round.



Offline Aircon

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Nice!!!! Im going to take it for a another hundred kms ride tonight.

I noticed the new rubber lets the bike tip in much quicker than before. I am wondering if thats because they haven't been flattened off by "normal" riding yet?

very good chance that's the reason. keep leaving it over so it doesn't happen again :)

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Offline Aircon

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  • Name: Peter
How do you keep yours clean? I find that after every decent ride the chain lube makes them filthy.

EDIT: Running 32psi front, 35psi rear at the moment. Old rubber was 32psi all round.

grrrrrrrrrr

i hate chains.

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Offline CortinaD


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very good chance that's the reason. keep leaving it over so it doesn't happen again :)



My man berries are not large enough on the street.

However I will probably start taking it to track days shortly.



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