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    RE: Tyres for your 250

    Sames, I've had the arrowstax since i got my baby blade and they're ok in the dry, but in the wet it can feel like you're skating on ice through turns (especially roundabouts).

    If anything, it'll really teach you some throttle control while learning so even though they are shithouse i reckon stick wiv them till they wear out or you wanna go for some serious track time.

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    RE: Tyres for your 250

    pirelli sport demons. i use them.

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    RE: Tyres for your 250

    can anyone recommend stockist and pricing in sydney for the BT-45s

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    RE: Tyres for your 250

    i went for a quick spin to the video shop last night, road was dry but it was very cold, could feel the front tyre starting to slip a bit through a roundabout, i have arrowmaxs on and their only a few thousand kms old. scared the shit outta me so come tax time their gone.

    edit: spelling

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    RE: Tyres for your 250

    I highly recommend Bridgestone BT-016's. I have them on my MC22 in 110/70 & 150/60



    Fantastic tire. I used them to replace an old set of Pirelli Sport Demons. Waaay more grip. I didn't mind the tire size difference between the 140 and 150 either. They are a slightly more street / track day tire then the BT-003's, but the side compound is the same as the 003's. Atleast thats what the bridgestone rep told me at the last bike show.

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    RE: Tyres for your 250

    even though they are shithouse i reckon stick wiv them till they wear out
    Well, you're an idiot.

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    RE: Tyres for your 250

    went in to procycles hornsby today

    spoke to the guy for a fairly long time
    now i need some confirmation
    he said the sport demons have a harder compound than the bt 45s
    is this true?

    EDIT: i dont race or anything
    bike is only used for commuting
    theres about 10 bucks difference in prices, so i dont care about that

    the bt 45's are probably a bit more grippier, but do the sport demons last longer?

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    RE: Tyres for your 250

    Quote Originally Posted by Shiftd
    so even though they are shithouse i reckon stick wiv them till they wear out
    problem is that they dont wear out, they are rockhard. they might still be within the wear indicators, but they might have no grip at all.

    hope we dont see a "i dropped my bike in the rain, must have been oil" thread from you.

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    RE: Tyres for your 250

    Quote Originally Posted by viper33
    went in to procycles hornsby today

    spoke to the guy for a fairly long time
    now i need some confirmation
    he said the sport demons have a harder compound than the bt 45s
    is this true?

    EDIT: i dont race or anything
    bike is only used for commuting
    theres about 10 bucks difference in prices, so i dont care about that

    the bt 45's are probably a bit more grippier, but do the sport demons last longer?
    I was lead to think that it was the opposite.
    Waiting on confirmation too as I still have yet to decide on which im getting.

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    RE: Tyres for your 250

    yeah thats what i thought
    but after talking to the guy, apparently its the opposite

    the guy seemed pretty genuine though
    like i went in, he started talking to me and then he was showing me some tyres
    he points at the arrowstax and in my brain im like NOOOOO
    and hes like those....are SHIT(something i didnt expect from him)
    then he went on and showed me and talked me through some other tyres
    he didn't like force me to buy any one of them

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