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Post  andy horsley Mon Feb 08 2010, 22:45

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hello all my names andy i ride a 1996 thundercat im from liverpool so yeh hello all sure i'll be poping up at some point pmsl Very Happy
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Post  Guest Mon Feb 15 2010, 15:14

hijacking this into a tyres thread even more, I've got the Metzeler sports-touring compound tyres on my 'cat and so far so good (probably done about 150 miles in dry and 150 miles in wet so far).

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Post  yamahamad Mon Feb 15 2010, 19:19

@andy horsley wrote:well i only done bout 150 miles since i got them but i'll tell ya what the roadsmarts stick like glue to the road, but as for the 207's stay well away i had them before an there slippy as hell in anythin except a perfectly dry road

Are you talking about d207 or d207 evos?
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Post  andy horsley Mon Feb 15 2010, 19:25

@yamahamad wrote:
@andy horsley wrote:well i only done bout 150 miles since i got them but i'll tell ya what the roadsmarts stick like glue to the road, but as for the 207's stay well away i had them before an there slippy as hell in anythin except a perfectly dry road

Are you talking about d207 or d207 evos?

i had evos on mine an they were horrible to ride with i mean really bad
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Post  yamahamad Mon Feb 15 2010, 20:55

Fair enough cheers i will cross them off my maybe list then. Maybe roadsmarts or pilot road.
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Post  andy horsley Mon Feb 15 2010, 21:11

@yamahamad wrote:Fair enough cheers i will cross them off my maybe list then. Maybe roadsmarts or pilot road.

ive never used the pilot road but our kid has them on his bandit an he loves them so yeh either of them are good great clink
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Post  Toni Mon Feb 15 2010, 23:14

@yamahamad wrote:pilot road.

I have the Pilot Road 2 2CT and that tyre is great in dry and wet conditions great
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