You should try to change tires manually.....I do it and it's a real pain in the butt. After buying rim protectors, tire wrenches and a bead breaker, it costs nothing to do. I made the tire balancer for 1 dollar.Paid 110 to have them installed. That's the crazy part.
Awesome! I know which tires I'm getting for the R6 next! :thumbup:Well I have ridden in the rain 3 days now, one of them which was a down pour. Let me tell you what, have you ever had a sports car/Beamer etc; and put blizzak tires on for the winter to drive it? This was just the same. The stock tires didn't seem to perform nearly to the magnitude these tires do. I didn't once feel my tires slip in the rain, even in some light puddling it cut right through.
Dry...Lets put it this way, I can rip through redline 1st, 2nd, and 3rd without a single feeling of slip. Even Hammering first without warming the tires up they dont slip. I usually warm them up but I did ride hard on them cold to test it. Im a baby in the corners, hence my name, BUT I am getting much better and doing about 10 over in the corners and havent had much of an issue other than me being a nervous nelly thinking I feel slip when I truly dont(its in my head, I saw a guy go down HARD into the ditch in a corner lowsiding because of sand and no ATGATT)
The tires look SECKS on the bike, I mean these are an aggressive hot looking tire, and I get compliments from everyone on how unique they are and how aggressive they look! I have 1,000 miles on them already, and they dont even look like they have been ridden on, Ill post pictures tonight!~