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post #1 of 3 Old 12-12-2018, 03:47 AM Thread Starter
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Interesting tire compare chart I found.

Compares a whole bunch of different tires for anyone looking for some more tire info:

It's in German, and the right side is economy so I don't exactly know what to make of that. Maybe how long it's expected to last, the old soft tread vs long lasting?

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Compares a whole bunch of different tires for anyone looking for some more tire info:

It's in German, and the right side is economy so I don't exactly know what to make of that. Maybe how long it's expected to last, the old soft tread vs long lasting?

https://imgur.com/04IDO2E
At the very bottom are headings indicating use, ranging from super sport to city.
Someone spent some time collating all the info so one can see it at a glance.
Not all the info is current though, for example re Dunlop, it's the Qualifier that shows, while at present the Qualifier has two offerings, the 3+ and the 4.
It sure makes it easy to quickly compare a wide range of offerings from a wide range of manufacturer's.

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At the very bottom are headings indicating use, ranging from super sport to city.
Someone spent some time collating all the info so one can see it at a glance.
Not all the info is current though, for example re Dunlop, it's the Qualifier that shows, while at present the Qualifier has two offerings, the 3+ and the 4.
It sure makes it easy to quickly compare a wide range of offerings from a wide range of manufacturer's.
I noted two tires that I'm looking at, the Road and S21 were at different spots, the Road was right of the Power Pilot 3.

So the S21, Power Pilot 3, Sport Attack 2 or 3, Diablo Rosso... are all in the same range.

Most here seem to love the Road but I don't see the Pilot mentioned as often.

I also hear that the S21 would "square off" pretty quick if you do a lot of straight riding, so maybe that's part of the concern.

One other note was that the S21's are < 1/2 the price of the Road when you get the Visa card rebate, but I rarely hear anyone here say good about them. One mentioned wandering.

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