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Old 28-Dec-2005, 10:30 PM
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Dunlop qualifier

Where does this tyre fit in in the scheme of thing to say a 208gp or a 209gp?
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Old 16-Jan-2006, 11:42 AM
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isnt it the new top of the range dunlop road tyre and the one that the r6cup boys will be using this year ??
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Old 16-Jan-2006, 07:11 PM
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I belive there where some at the NEC, latest Dunlop tyre, ment to be better than the GP range..... not sure how many people are stocking them yet thou.
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Old 16-Jan-2006, 10:09 PM
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Where does this tyre fit in in the scheme of thing to say a 208gp or a 209gp?

Does this mean they wll only be good enough for 1 flying lap
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Old 17-Jan-2006, 08:58 PM
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In the Sport Rider of december they rated top:

dunlop qualifier rating 91.4
michelin pilot power rating 89.3
bridgestone BT 014 rating 89.0
metzeler sportec M1 rating 87.3
pirelli diablo rating 86.0
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Old 17-Jan-2006, 11:42 PM
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In the Sport Rider of december they rated top:

dunlop qualifier rating 91.4
michelin pilot power rating 89.3
bridgestone BT 014 rating 89.0
metzeler sportec M1 rating 87.3
pirelli diablo rating 86.0

Sport rider makes me think of a "one for the ladies" magazine

still good rating!
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Old 18-Jan-2006, 10:58 AM
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I spoke to a man on the Dunlop stand at the NEC show. He stated that the new Qualifier tyre is a straight replacement for the D208 road tyre.
My husband, who runs D208RR's on his road bike was told he'd be best off sticking with them ('scuse the pun)
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Old 18-Jan-2006, 12:12 PM
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I spoke to a man on the Dunlop stand at the NEC show. He stated that the new Qualifier tyre is a straight replacement for the D208 road tyre.
My husband, who runs D208RR's on his road bike was told he'd be best off sticking with them ('scuse the pun)
HTH,
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So not as good (for the track) as a 208/209GP Andy....
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Old 18-Jan-2006, 12:20 PM
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I run 208gp's on my 748rs and was going to move to 209's maybe the qualifier is the new 'black'?

This years must have accessory?
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Old 25-Jan-2006, 12:51 AM
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ive had dunlops on previous road bikes and not liked them that much but a lot of ducati owners seem to recommend them.

what dunlop would you recommend for fast road/track riding ???
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