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Pirelli Diablo Rosso II Rear Tires

Experience Pirelli technology derived from World Superbike testing and development. The Pirelli Diablo Rosso 2 Tires offer Improved drainage, better wear regularity and advanced performance. Featuring tri-zone dual compound rear, the Diablo Rosso II has a high grip compound on the shoulders and a wet/mileage compound in the center.

Features:

  • The Diablo Rosso II is the sportiest and most versatile road-oriented tire of the Rosso generation
  • Diablo Rosso II is Pirelli's newest super sport radial for all riding conditions, including the wet
  • Grip is enhanced even further by EPT (Enhanced Patch Technology) developed in WSBK, which optimizes the contact patch for improved grip
  • A maximum contact patch area is due tin part to an ICS (Integrated Contour Shaping)  technology, complimenting handling and power of today's modern motorcycles
  • Slick shoulder area maximizes grip at full lean which boosts confidence and performance while cornering
  • Functional Groove Design (FGD) to optimize wet behavior
  • W Speed rated except for 110/70R17 which is H speed rated
  • D Spec tire is OE for 2013 Ducati's fitted with Rosso II tires
  • W Speed rated except for 140/70R17 which is H speed rated

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Pirelli Diablo Rosso II Rear Tires 4.8 5 93 93
Good grip Second rear tire on the 1100evo Monster 2013, great grip got about 4000 mi out of factory tire don't expect much more out this one, good tire. November 10, 2014
Confident ride for the price No need to spend more than this on a sport tire. This tire will do everything you ask of it. November 3, 2014
Good tires I've put a set of these on my ninja 250 twice now and I love them. They grip very well and are a lot of fun. My rear tie was showing metal tread after 5000 miles. September 29, 2014
Excellent sport tire This tire is phenomenal. It has fantastic dry grip and it's steeper profile allows you to flick your bike into corners quicker than with other tires I've tried. This tire really inspires confidence when leaning over to its edge on the twisties. I've only ridden them in the rain once and they felt fine, but I didn't push it enough to rate the wet traction. The one negative is that the tread life isn't great. Expect to get between 4k miles and 6k miles out of the rear, more out of the front but that number is TBD for mine. If you're going to be commuting a lot, try a dual compound sport touring tire. For aggressive riding in the twisties or at the track, this tire can't be beat. September 29, 2014
my favorite I haven't tried this tire in the rain, yet. here in california it seems like its never going to rain. I really like this tire. before this I was using a Corsa 180, decided to try out a Rosso II in 190 just for the heck of it, and quite literally i just wanted to see what would fit in the bike and how it looked. on to the ride. I think it has a different profile than the Rosso II. I was expecting the bike to have a slower turn over rate, but actually it seems to flick over nicer, and i've discovered that I like that extra little bit of shoulder. awesome tire. September 8, 2014
Pretty good tire I was able to get 8800 miles out of my last Rosso II. Pretty good tire, I currently have 2500 miles on my new set. August 18, 2014
Excellent sport tire This tire is phenomenal. It has fantastic dry grip and its steeper profile allows you to flick your bike into corners quicker than with other tires. This tire really inspires confidence when leaning over to its edges on the twisties. I've only ridden them in the rain once and they felt fine, but I didn't push it enough to rate the wet traction. The one negative is that the tread life isn't great, which is to be expected from a soft compound sport tire with lots of grip. Expect to get between 4k miles and 6k miles out of the rear, more out of the front but that number is TBD for mine. If you're going to be commuting a lot, try a dual compound sport touring tire. For aggressive riding in the twisties or at the track, this tire can't be beat. September 29, 2014
My take Great tire with good grip. Mileage is about average. July 28, 2014
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Pirelli Diablo Rosso II Rear Tires
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
kyle t: price and want to see how they last and perform on my supermoto Oct 28, 2014
Philip T: Great tire's this will be my 4th set, used on Confederate Hellcat Oct 25, 2014
juan m i: Great tires for GS1200Lc I have ridden Diablos for a while, you'll get decent mileage out of it thus is not a very lasting tire but if you're on the sportier side rather than the touring side, this is the perfect choice! Oct 21, 2014
Phillip H: Favorable reviews on this and other sites. Oct 16, 2014
Denny N: Best price & free shipping Oct 3, 2014
Jose R: For my ninja 300 Sep 19, 2014
C H: I chose this tire after doing a bit of research and watching the product review videos posted here on RevZilla. Sep 17, 2014
Miguel M: I need a top of the line tire for my Hypermotard EVO SP Aug 27, 2014
Juancarlos S: The wet traction, it's looking like a motorcycle winter as far as transportation goes! Aug 17, 2014
Walter S: my old one is worn out. Aug 14, 2014
clark w: i prefer running these on my 848 and my 1200 multistrada, grip is excellent and so is the life. Aug 5, 2014
Pedro N: BEST TIRE EVER!!!!! Sticky and corners fantastic.

this is an upgrade from my stock bridgestone, and I chose one number taller to improve cornering..... it worked.
Jul 29, 2014
Steven G: Because it received good reviews and it was reasonably priced. Jul 20, 2014
Gilbert H: i heard great reviews from almost every kawasaki forum out there, super stoked to get them Jul 14, 2014
John R: These are widely recommended as the best upgrade from the stock tires on the ninja 300. They are much stickier than the stock tires, which are geared more towards a long tread life than going fast in the twisties. Jun 29, 2014
Isaac A: Stock tires that came on bike, good grip in wet and dry conditions, tires lasted 5500mi. Jun 24, 2014
Kevin R: OEM Replacement tires 2013 Monster 796. Original set lasted 5k miles... Good tires. Jun 23, 2014
alexander g: Lobe Pirellis. Never had a bad set Jun 20, 2014
Jerome S: Free Shipping! Jun 20, 2014
Shaun H: Had to replace the rear tire, so I just got the stock replacement and I am also very happy with how this tire performs. Jun 4, 2014
Helder T: Decided to replace the stock ninja 250r tires with these, amazing. We went up in size, yes. Does everyone recommend this? No. But for us, not only did it work better for the tasks at hand, it looks better too. Jun 1, 2014
Jorge V: I had this tires before and they stick like glue to the road, good grip when cornering and good handling in wet May 30, 2014
Carroll P: My sons bike May 12, 2014
A s: Great performance for the price. May 6, 2014
K I: never had any problems with these tires at all, great traction. I`m kinda hard on the throttle, and still get pretty good mileage 5000+ miles. Buell 1125CR. Apr 24, 2014
James S: O.E. Tire replacement [rear] Apr 9, 2014
Christopher P: These tires have never let me down. They are sticky, predictable, and don't wear too quickly with aggressive riding. Apr 8, 2014
John P: Stock tire for my Diavel. Can't go wrong with Pirelli! Mar 16, 2014
Sam G: I needed tires for my 2001 cbr 600 f4i. Reviews on Revzilla praise it's grip and the price is right so Diablo it is! Mar 2, 2014
S H: Stock tire for my ninja 300 was punctured after about 5600 mi. I heard good things about this tire so I thought I'd try it out. Feb 16, 2014
Jonathan E: I need it for my Diavel. Revzilla's prices are very competitive, but the customer service makes them an easy choice. Feb 14, 2014
Austin D: I chose this tire because it is the best option for my Ducati Diavel. This is the OE tire for my Diavel and provides excellent performance/traction. Jan 31, 2014
Matt C: Offers the best grip for Ninja 250s Jan 31, 2014
Kenshiro O: Recommended by people as a good replacement for my stock Dunlop Roadsmart II. Dec 2, 2013
Phillip L: Great price. Needed new tires. Nov 19, 2013
Gilbert L: Seems to be the best value product Oct 22, 2013
Ronald J: This was the tire that the factory put on my bike and I know my limits with this tire. Oct 20, 2013
MICHAEL BRADLEY C: i felt more comfortable after doing my own research and watching the videos here. my first set of tires. kind of excited...more than i would be buying CAR tires...lol good reviews good price. hopefully Oct 3, 2013
mark g: Like the way they handle on sharp turns. Handle the speed and last awhile too. Sep 9, 2013
Jose H asked: Hi, will this size 150/60r17 fit a ninja 250r 2009? or any other recommendations? i would like to upgrade the rear tire without any modifications, i heard you can do that, but im not sure a bout it. Thanks to all. Jan 14, 2014
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Louie A: hey jose,
im not sure if you have enough clearance to put that size on you bike. the best person the asked woulld be your local dealer and they should know if it would fit without rubbing your swingarm. i have a few friend that ride 600 and 750 gsxr and they where able to go from a 180 to a 190.... all i can say is this is a great tire with excellent traction. i give this tire TWO BIG THUMBS UP!!
Jan 14, 2014
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Jimmy V: It'll fit. Will be a bit pinched. No reason to go that wide unless all you are really interested in is the look of a wider tire in the rear. Jan 14, 2014
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Clinton B: Lets say no. I did the same thing on my GS500E. I put a 150 on the rear where a 140 should have been. The tire for one was almost impossible to get on, and then the tread split in the groves in a couple months from being stressed so much. The profile becomes squeezed and more round than you can even use on the bike. You'll never get to the edge of the tire before your bike touches down and it'll wear weird. All you're doing when going wider without getting a wider rim that fits the tire is adding weight to your bike. It's not a bigger contact patch like you might think when the tire is squeezed like that. A 140 is more than fine for the power on a Ninja 250. Look at the Moto 3 GP bikes, they run 120's in the rear. Why? because they're better, lighter and will perform better with the HP of those bikes, which is actually a little more than your 250. Long story short, the 140mm would be best. You can upgrade the tire with a better tire of the same size. Oct 13, 2014
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A shopper asked: How many miles do you get out of this tire?

How do the Pirelli Diablo Rosso 2's compare to the Pilot Road's in terms of traction and wet/cold weather performance?

I am caught between sport and sport touring, but I don't go to the track and ride only 2k miles per year (90% is mostly all weather commuting and the remaining 10% is occasional weekend twisty trips).
Dec 31, 2013
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Duran G: I've never used the Pilot Road tires, but I can comment on the traction and stability of these.

They're great!
I try to avoid rainy days, but living in center city I see lots of things on the roads that make me wary, but I've never had an instance where the tires lost traction or didn't act as I wanted them too.

They're worth the money, imho.
Jan 2, 2014
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Noel N: This is the first set I have gotten. So far I have about 500 miles on them with only light wear. That's only with everyday riding and not running them to hard. I do like how they ride though. Pretty sticky in the corners. Jan 2, 2014
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arif s: great tire all weather. Even better on hot days Just warm it up as usual on cold nights. Proven itself to me in the rain so I have stuck with this tire for good. Jan 5, 2014
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A shopper asked: will the tire size 240/45/r17 fit my 2006 cbr 600rr??? Feb 1, 2012
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Paul32: No, the widest you can go on the 600RR is a 200/50/17ZR. The swingarm is not wide enough to fit the tire correctly. There are quite a few sites that sell wider swingarms at a decent price. Look around first and see what you think. I own the same bike btw. Feb 26, 2012
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RevZilla: The stock rear tire size for a 2006 Honda CBR600RR is 180/55/ZR17. Some track riders recommend increasing to a 190/55/ZR17, but that seems to be the limit. We cannot comment on fitting any tire other than than those recommended by the manufacturer. May 3, 2012
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Devel: Th 240/45/17 is a tyre that was made specifically for the Ducati Diavel, and this rim.
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Feb 29, 2012
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Fernando M asked: Is this tire tubeless? Oct 1, 2014
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Brandon B: Yes, these motorcycle tires are tubeless. Oct 1, 2014
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John C: Yes, this tire is tubeless Oct 1, 2014
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A shopper asked: I ride a Moto Guzzi Griso 8v 1100 and I have an Angel GT Pirelli on the front and I'm running Motul 300v oil, so I was wondering which rear tire combo is optimal for mainly street and some 1-300 mile touring rides. Between the Diablo Rosso II, Diablo Rosso Corsa and the Angel GT rear tire? Sep 30, 2014
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Richard S: I've not run either the Rosso Corsa or Angel GT, so I can't compare those for you. I did run the Rosso II on the back of my thruxton (160/60-17) for roughly 4500 miles, which included 2 track days, before running out of tread. All the grip I needed at the track and good street manners. It has a round profile, so I would touch down hard parts before approaching the edge of the rubber. As your bike is significantly more powerful and heavier than mine, I'd imagine that you'd want something with a bit harder center compound to keep from eating up this tire in a season. YMMV, --Rich Oct 1, 2014
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Dirk B: If you are going to do touring buy the Angel GT they have a good life span while giving excellent grip. Definitely dont buy the Corsa unless you are going to the track and are jn the expert class otherwise they wear very quickly. Rosso II are in the middle of these two tires but more traction then the angels but less life. Oct 1, 2014
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A shopper asked: Does this tyre fit on a 2012 Honda cbr250r ABS? Aug 5, 2014
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Jeff C: I don't think this is the size you need for your 250, ( too wide) but if you look at your sidewall it'll tell you the size that's on your bike now, and you can then order the correct one for your bike. Aug 5, 2014
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A shopper asked: do they have this in a 200/50ZR17? Jul 14, 2012
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RevZilla: The Pirelli Diablo Rosso II Rear Tires are not available in a 200/50-17 size. Standard sportbike rear tire sizes are 180/55-17, 190/55-17 and 190/50-17. Jul 17, 2012
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Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
140/70R17 66H 817401 2055400 In Stock: Usually ships in 1-2 business days
150/60ZR17 66W 822326 2070100 In Stock: Usually ships in 1-2 business days
160/60ZR17 69W 817396 2070200 Available: Expect 1-2 business days processing time prior to shipment
170/60ZR17 72W 817403 2070300 In Stock: Usually ships in 1-2 business days
180/55ZR17 73W 776464 2068500 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
180/60ZR17 75W 885702 2321900 Available: Expect 2-4 business days processing time prior to shipment
190/50ZR17 73W 817397 2068600 In Stock: Usually ships in 1-2 business days
190/55ZR17 75W 817398 2068700 In Stock: Usually ships in 1-2 business days
200/50ZR17 75W 885703 2322000 In Stock: Usually ships in 1-2 business days
240/45ZR17 82W 817359 2072400 Available: Expect 2-4 business days processing time prior to shipment