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Bridgestone BT015 High Performance Radial Rear Tires CBR1000RR 08-11
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  • Bridgestone BT015 High Performance Radial Rear Tires CBR1000RR 08-11

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Bridgestone BT015 High Performance Radial Tires for Honda CBR1000RR 2008-2011

High Performance Radial Tire BTO15-F.

OEM replacement for Honda CBR1000RR 2008-2011.

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Bridgestone BT015 High Performance Radial Rear Tires CBR1000RR 08-11
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A shopper asked: what tire for a busa want a high mileage Tye? Oct 1, 2013
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Streven M: Look at the dual/triple compound tires that are out there. With a harder/longer life center section of rubber tires like the Michelin Pilot Road 3 will last a long time. Metzler Z8 interact and Dunlop Road Smarts are similar tires, but I prefer the PR3. On my bike the Dunlop's weird... I think the dual compound is to narrow on the front. I get 8,000 miles or so on a PR3.

For a lower cost option look at the single compound Shinko 009 Raven. I love that tire, in the dry its as good as the PR3, and its lasts! I got 10,000 miles on one set (cooler weather, normally get around 8,000). They are 2/3 the cost of the PR3.
Oct 22, 2013
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Lawrence S: It all depends on how you ride. High mileage tires for the most part are a harder compound. Low mileage tires are a softer compound but will stick to the road like glue. The Metzler Sportec M5 Interact might be a good tire for you. Hope this helps. Oct 17, 2013
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Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Rear / 190/50ZR17 539618 124126 Out of Stock