By: Anonymous: FastJimmy ()  Saturday, 01 October 2016 @ 06:47 AM ICT (Read 318 times)  

I have a Honda CBR300R and I’m considering changing the IRC tires as they are useless in the wet and the front doesn’t inspire any confidence. In some corners I feel like the front is going away from me and have to lift the motorcycle up. What should I fit?

By: ThaiDesign (offline)  Saturday, 01 October 2016 @ 12:34 PM ICT  

Although the Honda CBR300R comes with bias-ply / cross-ply tires as original equipment there are several very good, higher-performing radial alternatives these days and what might surprise you is that some of them are cheaper than the bias-ply tires.

In the 110/70 R17 and 140/70 R17 sizes Bridgestone make their S20 EVO, which is very good in wet conditions. Continental make their very high-performance Attack SM, Michelin make their Pilot Street Radial, which is different to their standard Pilot Street, and Pirelli have their Diablo Rosso II.



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By: news (offline)  Saturday, 01 October 2016 @ 01:02 PM ICT  

Mitas also has excellent tires whichj are not expensive. For example the Mitas Sport Force+ 110/70ZR17 and Mitas Sport Force+ 150/60ZR17 .

Because it looks much better you can upgrade your rear tire from a 140/70 to a 150/60 or even a 160/60. I think the 150/60 is a good choice between looks and handling.



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