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14/51. Soon to be 15/51. The Front is the Pirelli Scorpion Pro.

I started running the Geomax 51 (larger 100) in the front.

I love it.

My next rear is going to be the 51 also.

My bud put one on his and it is a tractor.

The 110 is almost sized out to a 739- 120.

Somewhere in between.

Seems like a great match.

Give us a critique of the 71 when you get it out.

May be a little too hard for these bikes.

May work on the PIG great though.

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I started running the Geomax 51 (larger 100) in the front.

I love it.

My next rear is going to be the 51 also.

My bud put one on his and it is a tractor.

The 110 is almost sized out to a 739- 120.

Somewhere in between.

Seems like a great match.

Give us a critique of the 71 when you get it out.

May be a little too hard for these bikes.

May work on the PIG great though.

I have run the MX71 on my KX450 (flywheel weight, Rekluse) and it rocks big time. So very predictable, all the time. Spins a bit more than a 739AT (what doesn't...) but turns better, wears much better, and like I said, it is very predictable in all kinds of traction.

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I have run the MX71 on my KX450 (flywheel weight, Rekluse) and it rocks big time. So very predictable, all the time. Spins a bit more than a 739AT (what doesn't...) but turns better, wears much better, and like I said, it is very predictable in all kinds of traction.

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I like a little extra spin as I turn with the front a lot (my style- borrowed from the PIG).

I will compare side by side when the time comes and make my decision...soon.

Traction time of the year is here. I always wear my tires down a little more so I can still break them loose when I need to.

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I have run the MX71 on my KX450 (flywheel weight, Rekluse) and it rocks big time. So very predictable, all the time. Spins a bit more than a 739AT (what doesn't...) but turns better, wears much better, and like I said, it is very predictable in all kinds of traction.

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Where is the Scotts on that green scooter? Is the seat from the Tempur-Pedic Cloud collection - coooshy. Just did 30 miles in rocky AZ terrain and I need one.

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