Pirelli diablo corsa 3s

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Pirelli diablo corsa 3s

Post by J biker » Wed Mar 15, 2017 8:12 am

Anyone tried these yet?

If so looking for feedback on how the back holds up. Grip dry, grip wet. I dont mind if they need a bit heat in them to work or move around just a little bit. But not wanting nasty slides in the wet!

Had different Pirelli on an S1r and they were awesome but could struggle to 1500miles out of the rear. Looking for grip and maybe close to 3k from a back....

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Post by J biker » Wed Mar 15, 2017 12:01 pm

Also considering Bridgestone S21

Again any feedback welcome!

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Post by Super Duke Antoine » Wed Mar 15, 2017 6:49 pm

I am a big fan of the Dunlop Road Smart 3. Best grip ever, great tyre in the rain and more grip than the default types (Angel GT). Also the mileage is better. (proven on a Honda VFR1200 which is a lot heavier.) my 2cts.

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Re: Pirelli diablo corsa 3s

Post by J biker » Wed Mar 15, 2017 8:12 pm

Roadsmart 3s impressed on the GS1200, after scrubbing in. Never a moment in Pyrenees last year. Strike me as some what less sporty than S21 or corsa3s though.
Did you have the Dunlops on the KTM?

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Post by DaveNZ » Thu Mar 16, 2017 6:14 pm

Once these average GT Angels whereat I'm fitting M7RRs again, i had 3 sets fitted to my 1290R, and they were fantastic, i averaged 5500Ks, but i was doing a few track days on each, they were also great in the wet, best all-round tire I've come across.
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Post by J biker » Thu Mar 16, 2017 6:42 pm

Had 7rr on my S1000r. Sold it before tyres were shot but the rear looked to be wearing fast, I dont think they will last long enough for me.

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Re: Pirelli diablo corsa 3s

Post by DaveNZ » Fri Mar 17, 2017 4:59 am

J biker wrote:Had 7rr on my S1000r. Sold it before tyres were shot but the rear looked to be wearing fast, I dont think they will last long enough for me.
I had a set of S20s, then a set of S21s on my Tuono V4, i got 2800Ks out of the S20, and 3400Ks out of the S21s, both very good tires, but i preferred the M7RRs.
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