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Michelin Michelin Pilot Power 2CT Motorcycle Tire Hp/Track Front 120/70-17 58W
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  • 20% softer rubber mix on the edges of the tread yields phenomenal cornering grip*
  • Track-day tire that s equally at home on the road
  • Lean angles up to 51.2 degree measured on Michelin test track*
  • Real MotoGP technology from the tire company that has won 15 consecutive GP World Championships
  • Precise handling and feedback
2008-09-04 23:48:15 by moesblues

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A google search for motorcycle tires and you'll get a gaggle of sites that will do mail order for cheap and help you figure out what tires are good for your bike. I'd do that before running straight to the dealer. As far as balancing goes, yes they do, but you need to ask yourself the question whether or not it's really worth it. If you plan on running hardcore track days on a performance machine, yeah, I'd say it's worth it. Since your on a cruiser and, I'm assuming here, you probably won't be "pushing the envelope" I wouldn't worry too much about balancing. I'd be much more interested in whether or not my rims were true


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