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Michelin Pilot Power 2CT Radial Front Tire

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Michelin Pilot Power 2CT Radial Front Tire
 
 
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Details

  • Dual compound high performance radial sport tire derived from MotoGP
  • 2CT (Two Compound Technology) means enhanced lean angle and grip when you need it most, wet or dry
  • Tread surface divided into three separate areas featuring two different rubber compounds
  • Soft rubber on the shoulders provide phenomenal cornering grip - 10% of the tire profile, each side
  • Semi-soft rubber down the middle 80% of the tire for extended longevity
  • Grooved area (tread void) is 13% of tread pattern on the front tire
  • Aggressive profile delivers remarkably agile response for quick transitions into full lean angle, up to 51.2 degrees
  • Designed for sporty use, combines grip on dry and wet surfaces with power around the curves
  • Established performer and renowned sport radial tire for demanding sport bike riders
  • Excellent handling and feedback for track or performance street riding
  • This motorcycle tire is tubeless
  • These sportbike motorcycle tires are (W) rated for speeds over 168 mph

 

Available in the following motorcycle tire sizes: 110/70ZR-17, 120/60ZR-17, 120/65ZR-17, and 120/70ZR-17

Specs

Collection
Pilot Power 2CT
Model Name for Gear
Pilot Power 2CT
SKU
PARENT-190-03010100
Weight
10
Tire Position
Front
Brand
Michelin
Tire Usage
Sportbike/Sport Performance
Bias/Radial
Radial

Item Numbers

Details Item Number Availability Store Pickup
Details:  120/70ZR-17 Item #190-03010081 Availability:In stock: Ready to shipStore Pickup:Available
Details:  120/60ZR-17 Item #190-03010100 Availability:In stock: Ready to shipStore Pickup:Available
Details:  120/65ZR-17 Item #190-03010575 Availability:In stock: Ready to shipStore Pickup:Available
Details:  110/70ZR-17 Item #190-18441 Availability:In stock: Ready to shipStore Pickup:Available
 

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Average Rating:
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Awesome tire very reliable
Awesome product, this is my favorite tire for supermoto street purpose. Very sticky, but narrower than other brands.
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Great performing tire
I have been riding the pilot 2 for 4 years now on my Fz1. Tire is great summer winter and on wet roads. I have been riding this tire with a tire plug for around 10k miles and1k miles ago picked up another screw so now I have 2 plugs. I do not ride distance trips now due to not wanting to run higher speeds above 75 with the plugs. I figure I best replace the rear plugged tire instead of pushing my luck.

Pros: Good traction cornering
Cons: Hydroplaning 1 water
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Amazing Tires
I ride all year around in the northwest and I recommend these tires to everyone I know. I can trust these tires in temperatures below 40 degrees. I ride really hard so I burn these tires up in about 8k - 10k miles. But overall I would use these on the track to the street, heat to the snow, these are the only tires I've used in 7 years and I keep using them.

Pros: Traction
Cons: -
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Awesome tires
I own a GSXR 1000 and normally tear up tires. Usually in about 3000 miles. I put these on my bike and put on about 5000 and the only reason to change them now is the rear caught a nail. Probably about 1500 miles where left (not street racing miles but good old back road twisties fun.)

Pros: Traction
Cons: -
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