G'day heisti, Sorry but I don't get your point. Paulthe D211gp does feel and work fine for me. i´m not sure if every tire with 190/55 does like that.
it´s ok with me. i often don´t get english if it´s typed by native speakers...G'day heisti, Sorry but I don't get your point. Paul
For aggressive riding there may well be merit in running the 190/55 as it provides a larger contact patch at extreme lean angles. That is why many people fit them on the rear of the litre bikes. Wether they suit the bird is yet to be decided. Any time I run a 190/50 is simply because I have one cast off from one of my other bikes. I think some run them to make the back of the bird look a bit beefier.why go to 190???????????
Your english is 1000 times better than my Austrian!it´s ok with me. i often don´t get english if it´s typed by native speakers...
my 190 feels like the former 180 - just sliding a bit more while leaning and fireing the engine. nevertheless the powerslides feel somewhat more controlled compared to my former D209gp.
did i destroy the last clear points with that?
You're joking of course. You can buy a pair of 180's for under $200.00 If you can't afford tires you just might be riding the wrong bike.What about going down to a 170? I've noticed a big price difference between a 170 and 180
Good one and true, i actually just spit out some of the croaian moonshine i am drinki.g mixed w juice. That was a ckassic reply. I got a good chuckle:beer:You're joking of course. You can buy a pair of 180's for under $200.00 If you can't afford tires you just might be riding the wrong bike.
man do you ever ride it,thats spottless,kev:clap::clap:190/50 Pilot Power 2CT in use, but it is also on a 6 inch wide rim which is ideal. Fills the rear Pyramid carbon fiber tire hugger with just enough clearance. I don't think a 190/55 would fit, will never try it.