Not really. Too much tire and they handle like a truck.quote:
Actually the only Dunlops I can vouch for are the KR825.
Which are too small for the RD.
Well, the Avons were getting chewed up and spit out, so anything would be an improvement. I couldn't use full throttle coming out of the sharper corners or it'd spin up.quote:
Damn...I'm glad to hear you say they KR825's aren't too small for the RD...definately plenty of tire for my 175 then. I use them back and front of course...I had a soft on the back for a while and it really took a beating..even on my 175. I'd think an RD would eat an 825 on the back pretty quick wouldn't it?
Have you played with tire pressures? Like raise it? From what I recall, you're supposed to see a 5%? increase in tire pressure due to heat if you had the correct starting air pressure.quote:
Great tire, they will do a stickey gooey side step even on a vintage bike though if you run them hard...at least on the back they will. Doesn't bother me so far...they never seem to let go, just slide a bit. I'd rather that than something that goes all at once.