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Are you looking for a new rear tyre! Well i have just had a Pirelli Diablo scooter fitted and i have to say that i am very impressed so far. Responsive feel, great tred depth, and a very good price. £39.50 I hope this helps anyone looking for a tyre. :p
 

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thanks for the insight, how does it perform 2up on the motorway?
 

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I put 7,500 on a rear Michelin City Grip in South Texas heat and currently have the Michelin Pure Power SCs on it - I wouldn't put anything but these two on it. The City Grips were GREAT (almost 18K for the front) and the PPs are the stickiest things I've had on any bike I've owned - the mileage is supposed to be better that the City Grips. Just thought I'd share!
 

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Hi Fernando.Sorry to say i have not been 2-up as yet . But i am a big boy and have found the tyre very good and getting better as the miles clock up.
 

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Just put a rear Michilin Pilot Sport on at 7500 miles . My oem Bridgestone showing wearbars Will see how long this one lasts
 

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Just put a rear Michilin Pilot Sport on at 7500 miles . My oem Bridgestone showing wearbars Will see how long this one lasts
I have that tire in my history. Great traction, but it apparently didn't like the Texas heat much as it basically evaporated.
Here's my tire history - http://burgmanusa.com/forums/14-burgman-400-pre-2007/46505-tire-wear-issue-questions.html
We have discovered that heat has a LOT to do with tire life. Those in the south tend to change them out a little more often.
 
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