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Old 04-Oct-2005, 07:59 PM
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pirelli dragon evo\'s

has anyone used pirelli dragon evo's, I currently run pirelli diablo corsas on my 749s but they are wearing out. I can get a set of dragon evo's fitted for 160
what is the verdict

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Old 04-Oct-2005, 08:05 PM
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Theyre comical, get Diablo's.

i didnt really like them, i think theyre old rubber, Pirelli Diablo are far better in my opinion.

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Old 04-Oct-2005, 08:10 PM
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Theyre comical, get Diablo's.

i didnt really like them, i think theyre old rubber, Pirelli Diablo are far better in my opinion.

/ian

I'll second that. Like chalk and bad cheese.
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Old 04-Oct-2005, 08:35 PM
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I still have the original dragon evo corsas on mine. They're going as soon as I've finished them off at Brands tomorrow. You have to go fo the Diablos..
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Old 04-Oct-2005, 09:44 PM
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I had the dragons and there were not that good and I got 1500 miles from a rear, 175 for a three pack
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Old 04-Oct-2005, 10:09 PM
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Diablo's, metzelers,Bridgestone etc etc etc
you may find it's down to personal choice and what suits your riding style and the type of riding you do !! one mans meat is another mans poison !!

could tell you some interesting facts (Road riding)
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Diablo's, metzelers,Bridgestone etc etc etc
you may find it's down to personal choice and what suits your riding style and the type of riding you do !! one mans meat is another mans poison !!

could tell you some interesting facts (Road riding)

I recently road a 999r fitted with Mich Pilot Race H2 .... loved them. Spoke to a tyre guy about putting them on my 749s and he said to go with Diablo Corsa, claimed that the Mich' were too hard and took ages to warm up.

Now I'm well confused
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Old 05-Oct-2005, 08:47 PM
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diablo corsa ordered
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Old 05-Oct-2005, 08:53 PM
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diablo corsa ordered

you wont be dissapointed mark, theyre sticky sticky and dont take long to warm up.

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Old 05-Oct-2005, 09:15 PM
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the bike is fitted with them now, I was just wondering if I could save a few quid, as you do
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