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  1. Hi everyone, so RMATV has some Dunlop D745 on sale but like usual its kinda a odd size. Now im not super picky but just wanted to know if a 120/80 would have a noticeable effect on handeling? Any though on the D745 also welcome i have done some research but it seems to be a older model so no info about it on Dunlops site.
  2. i probably sound stupid for asking this but on my bike i have a 120/100-18 tire. i know the 18 is the rim size but what do the 120 and 100 mean. what would changing them effect? also i would like to know what the best tire for street and dirt use is. i use it a ton for dirt so i want good traction but i also use it to cruise around on the street and go to school without wearing it out and/or over heating it. Ive heard the Trakmaster 2, dunlop 606, and the mt-21 are the best but i also need it to be cheap because im a little low on money. Thanks!
  3. planetwister

    Wow! Missed my street tires..

    Have been running the shinko 244's for the last 800 miles and decided since its summer I probably won't be doing much off-road, so I put the 208's back on and gained a ton of power! Corners better! Brakes better! Revs out better! Quieter! I'm gonna have trouble goin back to those 244's.. I could barely pull the front wheel off the ground in second with out clutch and I actually got up in 4th without clutch! Can't believe how heavy those shinko's were.
  4. Im looking at Avon AM44 Distanzias and the closest size they make is 110/80S-18 (rear) and 90/90-21 (front) Will these tires fit 100/100-18 and 80/100-21 rims?
  5. I see so many guys that only ride trails, or ride enduro/hare scrambles running MX tires. I did for a long time until I figured out that a purpose built tire was the way to go, your bike feels like a whole new bike if you run a tire for your type of riding and terrain. After years of running various MX tires and never being really happy with them I finally switched to the Kenda Parker K772, I thought I had bought a new bike. So who else that primarily rides trails or enduros is still stuck in the MX tire rut, and why don't you get out of it?
  6. So I'm throwing 32 on the front not the 31 that was a mistake. And wanted some input on the rear. I know I will probably get all different answers but humor me. I live in ny And I am bad at describing the type of dirt but the best I can do as say it is maybe mid to hard by the end of the day. A lot of clay so its soft too start with but does pack down by the end of the day with some dirt on top of the hard pack. It definatly is not soft loam or fluffy soil but is also not extreme hard pack but does get packed down by the end of the day so my question is should I run the 32 same as the front or the 52 and maybe it will last longer.
  7. Blutarsky

    MX51 'FA'

    Did Dunlop fix the MX51 Front? I have not been a fan of this tire. It is OK when new (still not as good as the BStone M403 or M203 Fronts), but then it wears...it starts to get very unpredicatble. Then...recently...I saw some MX51s with the FA designation. Here is the new description from Dunlop: Sounds like as a replacement to the 756....the MX51 was a flop...and Dunlop listened to the complaints. Has anyone tried the new FA? How does it compare to the std MX51? I have been riding the MX31 Front, MX51 rear combo. I like it for softer tracks and in the winter/wet. But recently...I have been riding a track that has some soft sandy sections...and some medium to hard sections. All the outer knobs on the 31 are tearing at the base. One more ride and I will start tearing them off....so I am thinking about a new front...and wondering if it is worth trying the 'new' MX51 FA
  8. Any one using this tire? What do you think about it? It comes in my size 100/100-18. I ride woods and hare scrambles in GA. Rocks, roots, clay, hard stuff, can also be pretty slick when wet. My KTM 250XCF-W came with Bridgestone 203/204 tires on it. I now have Bridgestone 403/404's on it. I liked the 203/204's better. I feel they had more grip but didn't last quite as long. I was wanting to give the Pirelli's a try.
  9. rmayrkx125

    Dunlop Tires GEOMAX MX52

    3 reviews

    GEOMAX MX52 KEY FEATURES Derived from top-level AMA Supercross and Motocross racing New Dunlop-patented block-within-a-block knobs offer more progressive cornering action Enhanced handling and knob durability via more flex, and less knob tearing through recess carcass design Superior bump absorption through new damping control sidewall rubber compound and recess carcass design Directional front tire design provides enhanced grip and steering feel Superior grip in a wider variety of terrain REAR GEOMAX MX52 TECHNOLOGY Progressive Cornering Block Technology (PCBT): A Dunlop-patented block-within-a-block design that offers more progressive cornering action and aids in slide control. Enhanced Carcass Tension Control System (CTCS): Tuned carcass flexibility from recesses placed strategically along the tire carcass to help smooth ride characteristics and allow the bike to follow a line more accurately. Controlled-rebound Rubber Element in the Sidewall: This construction helps to damp out bounce, acting as a suspension component within the tire, so the tire can better follow the track surface. Staggered Distribution of Center Blocks: Spreads the load on the tire and helps with impact damping and stability, especially in whoops and hard-pack conditions. FRONT GEOMAX MX52 TECHNOLOGY New Directional Tread Pattern: Offers great traction and steering feel for a wide range of riders who have differing riding styles. Enhanced Carcass Tension Control System (CTCS): Tuned carcass flexibility offers enhanced feel and steering accuracy. Unique Tread Block Distribution: Knob design, pattern and knob construction are optimized to work in one direction, which provides advantages in feel and traction.
  10. 2 reviews

    NOTE - SAFETY WARNING: For information on tire care, safety, maintenance, mounting, manufacturers warranty and other information consult tire manufacturers publication(s) and/or website for complete tire information. The tires used for your application must have a load index and speed rating equal to or greater than the tires fitted as original equipment. For street legal supermoto bikes Softer compound-race inspired for excellent grip Lighter weight construction H-Rated Not recommended for large displacement touring applications D.O.T. Legal Tubeless Load/Speed Rating 69H
  11. ThumperTalk

    Pirelli Scorpion MXH Tire

    1 review

    Tire Application: Hard Speed Rating: M Load Rating: 63 Position: Rear Rim Size: 19 Tire Type: Offroad Tire Size: 120/80-19 NOTE - SAFETY WARNING: For information on tire care, safety, maintenance, mounting, manufacturers warranty and other information consult tire manufacturers publication(s) and/or website(s) for complete tire information. The tires used for your application must have a load index and speed rating equal to or greater than the tires fitted as original equipment. Designed for the hard-packed supercross and motocross tracks Front tire features reversible tread pattern to dial in best performance for intermediate or hard terrain Twin knobs allow high degree of flexibility while compound keeps their edges sharp Reinforced sidewall for puncture resistance, yet lightweight due to processing technique Low-profile design for quick, precise steering 120/80-19
  12. ThumperTalk

    Shinko 003 Stealth Radial Tire

    1 review

    Load Rating: 75 Tire Application: Race Tire Construction: Radial Tire Type: Street Speed Rating: W Rim Size: 17 Tire Size: 200/50-17 Position: Rear NOTE - SAFETY WARNING: For information on tire care, safety, maintenance, mounting, manufacturers warranty and other information consult tire manufacturers publication(s) and/or website(s) for complete tire information. The tires used for your application must have a load index and speed rating equal to or greater than the tires fitted as original equipment. Slick/dimple design, great for production and drag racing, and serious sport riding Soft compound for rapid warmup, gives racing slick like performance W speed rated (168 mph), Aramid belted, DOT approved Available in Ultra-Soft compound - great for drag racing and track use
  13. ThumperTalk

    Pirelli MT60-R Tire

    1 review

    Tire Construction: Radial Tire Type: Dual Sport Speed Rating: V Load Rating: 69 Rim Size: 17 Tire Size: 160/60-17 Position: Rear NOTE - SAFETY WARNING: For information on tire care, safety, maintenance, mounting, manufacturers warranty and other information consult tire manufacturers publication(s) and/or website(s) for complete tire information. The tires used for your application must have a load index and speed rating equal to or greater than the tires fitted as original equipment. Corsa radial with maximum grip tread Superb cornering and straight-line stability; exceptional wet-weather performance Excellent traction, on- and off-road; provides light, responsive handling Designed for machines like the KTM Duke V-speed rated 160/60VR-17 TL
  14. Bedunjgi

    PIRELLI MT 43 PRO TRIAL

    http://www.pirelli.c..._pro_trial.html I am starting a new topic hoping that we can share info & riding experiences on these tires in one place after a renewed interest in them these past few years. I have a new set (front & rear) ready to go on as my last set is getting worn after over a year & more than 2000 miles of dual sport use. Share everything you know about these. I will start; Has anyone come up with tricks to get the MT43 unclogged when they pack up in certain types of muddy conditions besides low pressure? It's the rainy season here & I get stuck from time to time even at low pressure with Tubliss. I was riding with some buddies recently & they made it through a muddy section with their light off road only bikes with knobby tires & my tires turned into slicks. I was doing better every where else than them but mud packing the MT43s is a problem at this time of year. I have been thinking of getting a second set of wheels with aggressive knobs for these conditions but would like to hear feedback from others before I do. I have even considered bringing a few snow claws (http://www.mv-motorr...257366418-11537) or making some lightweight chains or kevlar rope to wrap around the wheel for those rare occasions (especially when I am alone with no one to push). I read various tips including putting the bike on the side stand & spinning it in gear to fling the mud off when it packs up but wanted to hear others feedback. Overall I love the MT43s front & rear.
  15. What's the best dirt bike tire for value? I have a Michelin starcross right now and it seems to last a long time. I was thinking dunlop for my next one but whst do you guys think?
  16. Khpro149

    Suzuki DR-Z400SM (2014)

    0 comments

    excellent bike
  17. 0 comments

    Good utility ATV. No complaints
  18. ThumperTalk

    Pirelli MT 43 Pro Trial Tire

    1 review

    Speed Rating: P Load Rating: 64 Position: Rear Rim Size: 18 Tire Type: Trials Tire Size: 4.00-18 NOTE - SAFETY WARNING: For information on tire care, safety, maintenance, mounting, manufacturers warranty and other information consult tire manufacturers publication(s) and/or website(s) for complete tire information. The tires used for your application must have a load index and speed rating equal to or greater than the tires fitted as original equipment. A new trend for singletrack off-road riding Optimum performance on hard, wet and dry terrain; even indoor events Special bias-ply carcass to reduce the deformation and maximize the footprint on every type of terrain Unique bead design provides special bead retention from low pressure use DOT approved
  19. 2 reviews

    NOTE - SAFETY WARNING: For information on tire care, safety, maintenance, mounting, manufacturers warranty and other information consult tire manufacturers publication(s) and/or website for complete tire information. The tires used for your application must have a load index and speed rating equal to or greater than the tires fitted as original equipment. Advanced tread pattern designed for on/offroad applications Designed for larger capacity dual sport machines Radial construction in select sizes, bias ply construction in remaining sizes High-mileage compound for long distance touring Tubeless Load/Speed Rating 69H
  20. 1 review

    PRODUCT DETAILS Utilizing Bridgestone’s advanced MX tread and block design technology, the Battlecross X30 is the tire of choice for intermediate terrains, while the X40 is for hard terrain conditions. The X30 front treads feature blocks molded left to right asymmetrically to provide high stability during braking and hard acceleration. This also allows confidence in the corners, giving you grip at all camber angles. Utilizing Bridgestone’s advanced MX tread and block design technology, the Battlecross X30 is the tire of choice for intermediate terrains, while the X40 is for hard terrain conditions. The X30 front treads feature blocks molded left to right asymmetrically to provide high stability during braking and hard acceleration. This also allows confidence in the corners, giving you grip at all camber angles. Utilizing Bridgestone’s advanced MX tread and block design technology, the Battlecross X30 is the tire of choice for intermediate terrains, while the X40 is for hard terrain conditions. The X30 front treads feature blocks molded left to right asymmetrically to provide high stability during braking and hard acceleration. This also allows confidence in the corners, giving you grip at all camber angles. Utilizing Bridgestone’s advanced MX tread and block design technology, the Battlecross X30 is the tire of choice for intermediate terrains, while the X40 is for hard terrain conditions. The X30 front treads feature blocks molded left to right asymmetrically to provide high stability during braking and hard acceleration. This also allows confidence in the corners, giving you grip at all camber angles. Utilizing Bridgestone's advanced MX tread and block design technology, Battlecross X40 is the tire of choice for hard terrain conditions. Engineered to tackle even the hardest terrain with ease and precision. So you can experience the thrill of true off-road performance. Developed and proven at the highest level of motocross competition, the BattleCross X40's revolutionary tread pattern lets you explore the pinnacle of off-road performance. When your path takes an unexpected turn, the BattleCross X40 delivers with superlative grip and manoeuvrability when you need it most. Even the toughest terrain is no match for Bridgestone's most robust motocross tyre yet, thanks to the latest compounds and construction techniques. Higher traction and superior front and rear grip extend the range of Bridgestone's flagship motocross tyre for medium to hard terrain. Convex "Castle Block" for enhanced traction in acceleration and braking. Asymmetric rear tread pattern also enhances traction during acceleration, deceleration and cornering. Improved grip in all conditions.
  21. 1 review

    Tire Application: Hard Speed Rating: M Load Rating: 63 Rim Size: 19 Tire Type: Offroad Tire Construction: Bias Tire Size: 120/80-19 Position: Rear NOTE - SAFETY WARNING: For information on tire care, safety, maintenance, mounting, manufacturers warranty and other information consult tire manufacturers publication(s) and/or website(s) for complete tire information. The tires used for your application must have a load index and speed rating equal to or greater than the tires fitted as original equipment. Successor to the D745 and D739 Incorporates a variety of innovated features to deliver optimum performance in hard pack/blue groove conditions as well as intermediate conditions New profile design with more tread volume in the shoulder for excellent cornering grip Directional front tire pattern for improved grip and cornering traction in hard pack conditions Directional and asymmetric rear tire pattern for maximum traction and braking Unique placement of camber traction blocks to maximize lean angle traction and grip when exiting corners Geometric front tire shoulder block shape for increased cornering power, predictable slide control and braking grip Recessed biting edges in both the front and rear tires, yields more traction for greater grip throughout a wide range of terrain conditions
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