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post #91 of 95 Old 04-06-2017, 01:29 PM
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Just saw this too: http://www.dunlopmotorcycletires.com...-q3-press-kit/... Just finished mounting a new set of Q3s on the GSX-R two days ago :/

I had tried the Michelin PP3 with the 2CT+ compound... didn't seem to make much of a difference. Switched to the Q3s because the quality and price of the set was a good balance.

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post #92 of 95 Old 04-07-2017, 01:09 PM
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i like the q3's better but the s21's arent bad. the profile is different and i dont feel as comfortable at the edge of the 21's vs the q3's. the 21's are fine for street use where you get an occasional knee down. i think the q3's are better performing but you will get a little more mileage from the 21's. hard to argue with the 21's cost with last months 50$ rebate, however i personally opted to keep the q3's this round.
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I finally burnt though my Continental SPA2's and threw a fresh set of the S21R's on yesterday. I put about 60 miles on them so far and even took them to some local curves I like. Temp as about 60 degrees and I can say it the profile is different, once you get the bike leaning it wants to fall into the turn. I know its early but I'm pretty stoked to test them out some more in warmer weather.

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I finally burnt though my Continental SPA2's and threw a fresh set of the S21R's on yesterday. I put about 60 miles on them so far and even took them to some local curves I like. Temp as about 60 degrees and I can say it the profile is different, once you get the bike leaning it wants to fall into the turn. I know its early but I'm pretty stoked to test them out some more in warmer weather.
You'll have to post your opinion of the S21's once you've logged a few thousand miles. I'm sure you'll like em once get adjusted to the feel.

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You'll have to post your opinion of the S21's once you've logged a few thousand miles. I'm sure you'll like em once get adjusted to the feel.

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I sure will, may be a while since I have two motorcycles.

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