Good point, hard to put a price on safety and for the extra cost/less miles, may be good peice of mind to know you are not sacrificing.EvilTwin-05 said:Think about it like this you can only push as hard as the tires can stick. In the same reguard if you make a mistake and feed to much throttle into it, come in a bit hot, or just set up wrong the PP's will stick and the others will leave you waiting on the crash truck. Hows that for an arguement over longevity.
toisan said:what is the definition of a dot race tire?
how do you know if a tire is a "dot race" or not
if it is not "dot race", what is it?
I hear nothing but good things about the new GP-A tires. Can you comment on tread life?RC-IZ said:Opinion is everything! For me the Dunlop GP's are the shiznit. I am definitely not knocking the others mentioned, I have tried the pilot race and the superCorsa's no complaints but I find that when I put the dunlops back on, the bike feels "right" and can handle all the throttle I put into it.
FWIW All the feedback from my other rider friends has been extremely positive on the Pilot Powers and if you are just riding on the street, you may find the Powers more suitable than a DOT race due to warm up times and durability.