What rubbers everyone using on track? I've currently got some pilot power 2cts as they came with the bike but there nearly shot and not sure what to put on, racetecs?
Seriously, any DOT tire with warmers will put a grin on your face. Being on the track is like crack. Having good tires is like double crack unfortunately.^^^ awesome analysis! I'm gonna keep this saved on my PC so I can check them out next time I'm buying tires. Probably gonna save up over the off season for some DOT race tires and warmers.
Before I put the Dunlop slicks on I measured my axle height with my street tires (2CTs) and the rear ended coming up 15mm more than the front came up after mounting the slicks. I was a little nervous about it being twitchy so I dropped my forks the 4mm that I had sticking out of the top but I don't think I would have had to. It felt really damn good. You lean it over and it just stays right where you put it.2CT outside of B group is bound for failure. I ran them mid "I" group and felt like I was on a slip n slide on a hot ass day. Ended up lowsiding, bike just gave way after a few sessions....
I'm onto Supercorsa SC now. Don't remember which compound. I ran them without warmers last TD and they were awesome. I need to drop the forks with them I believe to make them turn the same as michelin street tires. I will experiment this weekend now that I have a set of warmers.
Rims of the bike it only takes about 30 minutes for mount and balance of both. Another 20ish for removing, installing, and setting chain slack if needed. Looking at an hourish with bringing the bike in if they get to it immediately, are efficient, and aren't doing a bunch of other random stuff to your bike.anyone know about how long will it take for the dealership to change a tire? i need to know how much food to bring with me: