Michelin h12 dosn't work in slimy up hills, who's tried the m12???
Maybe i should send a new post about jetting and keep it going for two weeks??
H12 is for dry hard pack terrain. The S12 tire is better suited for the wet stuff and the compound adheres better.
I used a M12 on a KTM I had. Good all around tire. Preferred the Bridgestone M78 for the rocks though. Lasted longer than the Michelin too. Now have to try and find a replacement for the M78.
thanks for the response guys, i know the s12 is good in a slick but it dosn't last long on a 426.
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