If using tire irons is really that simple I'll give it a shot. I'm ordering a static tire balancer, rim protectors and some motion pro irons that also act as a bead breaker. If I'm not happy with the results I'll order a no-mar machine. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dAKIuSjPXxA
any sport bike tire you can push the front tire beads right over the rim without tire irons, hell even some of the sport touring tires......... the warmer the tire the easier it is- ie...........set them in the sun for 20 minutes while you remove the old tires
and bead lube works magic!!!
rears, you can push the first bead over by hand easily........... the second bead, the three tire iron method is the way to go....... ie
align balance dot with the valve stem and put one tire iron 180* across from that and push down
second tire iron about 45* around to the right (but if left handed maybe to the left is better for you)........ I put my knee on that one and keep it pinned down
take 3rd tire iron and put about 45* to left and puch down
remove 1st tire iron move another 45* to left and push down
remove 3rd tire iron and put it another 45* around to left, push down
remove 1st tire iron and put it another ~45* and push the last of the bead over and you are done.........pull out all your tire irons and inflate
removal is actually even easier than install really
break the beads on both sides all the way around
install the 3 rim protectors side by side by side, touching generally
spray in some bead lube (or swipe it with an applicator)
one tire iron in center and one to right, flip them both in (lifting the bead over the rims edge), then take 3rd tire iron and put it in about 5" to right or left (depends on your prefferred side... I do left) and flip it over, remove tire irons and pull the rest off by hand
flip rim over and put all three tire irons on the lower rim lip (with protectors and plenty of lube) spaced about 4-5" apart.......... you will know 100% when you have the right spacing (an inch too far will be difficult or impossible to flip 3rd iron, too close and you won't be able to simply push the tire off easily once all three irons are flipped over)
flip down the end, then the middle then the other end and then simply push down by hand on that off the bead area side of the tire andthe entire tire drops down the barrell to the floor
almost no sportbike tire takes me more than 5 minutes once the tire is deflated til the new is on and re-inflated
so you have something to shoot for..........if you get them down to sub 10 minutes you are doing pretty good but you may well take 15 or 20 minutes until you have done it a couple times...........
It really is super easy and fast once you have done it a few times and have the technique down!!