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Pirelli Diablo Supercorsa SP V2 Rear Tire
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Pirelli Diablo Supercorsa SP V2 Rear Tire

Original Equipment on the Ducati Panigale, the new SP Version 2 Diablo Supercorsa features the same tread design used in the 2012 World Superstock 1000 championship. High modulus fiber carcass offers a lower deformation ratio and makes the entire structure stiffer to allow a better synergy between compounds and tire carcass. Single Element Tread Pattern permits a 24% larger slick shoulder area (vs. previous Diablo Supercorsa), increasing contact area and grip and wear regularity. New compounds offer great balance of mileage and grip in an ultra-high-performance product. Rear tire uses Pirelli's patented EPT (enhanced patch technology) matched with a tri-zone compound that helps optimize the contact patch for improved grip and handling. 


  • Single Groove Technology greatly improves wear
  • Bi-Compound rear tire with slick shoulder for racing-like performance
  • WSBK derived materials and structure for increased agility and intuitive handling
  • Innovating and exclusive Pirelli-patented high-modulus carcass Lyocel fiber
  • Tire profile features variable geometry from the center to the shoulders for an increase in contact patch and quicker entry into turns
  • Tire carcass has variable density from center to the shoulders to provide maximum linearity and stability through turns and to maintain optimal trajectory
  • TL (tubeless)
  • (W)-rated for speeds of 168+ MPH
  • 200/55-17 is OE for Ducati 1199 Panigale
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Pirelli Diablo Supercorsa SP V2 Rear Tire 4.8 5 18 18
Better know what you're getting As long as you understand that what you are getting in a dry weather ONLY, track/street tire you won't be disappointed. It provides both fantastic grip and feel at full lean angle, especially from the rear tire. I like my front tire to have a little less flex in the sidewall but that is a personal preference because the tire had fantastic edge grip and bite. Now if you're on the street and it rains.....life is going to suck for a while. The tire is basically as close as you can get to a slick while still being street legal. There is 0 wet weather traction and the rear end will wiggle a lot under you searching for traction in the rain. November 18, 2015
Great Track Rubber 1st, this is on my Triumph Daytona 675R 14' (standard tire) This tire is amazing on dry surface, the grip is great. It truly gives you confidence on leans. Warms up very very quickly. Leans perfectly. I DO NOT recommend this tire for those who want to commute on them. The reason is that these are not cost effective tires for a commute. They are not made for rain, the grooves do not give you the safety level required to ride on rain. Look into the "Rossa Corsa" tire if you want to save 100 USD on the set, + adding 500-1000 extra miles + better rain grip. You will just lose on tight tight learn turns, and fast sticky feel. August 13, 2015
As expected Who ever buys this tire probably know what they are getting, Superbike grip, wears extremely quick and not good in wet. Just keep an eye on tire pressure or you have buy a new tire very quickly. April 15, 2015
Hope to ride with these soon. I hear great things!!!!! Bought these for my 2014 Ducati Streetfighter 848 which comes with a 180/60 rear. Apparently putting a different size rear (ie: 180/55) can screw with the traction control. Although I wouldn't mind shutting off the traction control, I like keeping the bike as it came. I was happy with the Pirellis that came with the bike Diablo Rosso Corsa and honestly from the reviews I'v read and my Dad giving them 2 thumbs up while he had them on 1199R, I had to try them. I don't expect insanely good tread life because it is essentially a race tire for the street. In terms of price they were a bit cheaper than the also highly recommended Michelin Supersports. It was a toss up except for the tire size issue. Pirelli is the only manufacturer I found to carry a 180/60. That pretty much did it for me. This day in age it is pretty had to go wrong with a tire, considering how good all the top offerings from the big brands are. March 20, 2015
Stop Worrying, your Ducati 848 EVO loves the SP V2 Got my tires within two business days of ordering. Having used the OEM SP on my Ducati 848 EVO and the excellent SC2 I am thrilled to again be using the benchmark in track tires. For those who have been trying to find out online, the SP V2 is Made in Germany, just like the SC variant, so you are definitely getting the very best manufacturing available. Thanks REVZILLA for making these tires so available and affordable. February 24, 2015
Definitely recommend these tires to anyone on any bike! I bought a set of these SP V2 for my bike and I know they say you should scrub in your tires first before going hard on them but these tires felt so great that I had confidence in ripping them around corners without any second thoughts! Heated up fast just the way I like them! January 5, 2015
Excellent high performance tire I decided to purchase the new V2 set this summer. After all, I had to replace my old V1 (front & rear tire). The Diablo Supercorsa SP/SC tires have always been on top when it comes to performance but I've experienced some issues regarding tread life. The V1 would wear pretty quickly, especially after cornering at high speed. Pirelli said the V2 would improve on durability as well as offer greater grip capabilities. Now my opinion. Well, I can definitely say Pirelli improved the new version. It offers way better grip and feedback. It feels like your completely glued to the pavement, especially after they've warmed up a bit. They also stick very well on colder pavement during night-time. Don't even think about going out with these when it rains because they offer zero grip in the wet. I learned that the hard way. The tread life has improved but not dramatically. I did some high-speed runs and I could already see some tear offs, but they still wear less and hold together better than the previous V1 model. Overall, I would highly recommend the V2 to anyone looking for great performance tires. July 20, 2014
This tire is awesome Warms up quick, awesome for the streets and grippy for the track, there's a race version that looks similar to this using stickier compound but it takes longer to heat up so not recommended for the streets. June 30, 2014
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Pirelli Diablo Supercorsa SP V2 Rear Tire
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Julio M: Want to try them I have used the Diablo Rosso II, got about 3000 miles out of them, moved to Diablo Rosso Corsa and loved them for street and track. Only got 1500 Miles out of them I want to try these to see if my performance improves. Oct 15, 2015
Amador C: excelent tire; I have ride at Laguna Seca, Circuit Of The Americas, and Barber Sep 9, 2015
Erwin P: because this type of tire have good grip Jun 7, 2015
Valmond C: These are the oem tires on my 2015 BMW S1000RR with optional forged racing rims...oh yeah....and they stick like glue! Apr 28, 2015
Austin F: word of mouth Apr 11, 2015
Christopher B: Good tire - wanted the track biased tire though. Wish I would have been more careful with my choice. Mar 9, 2015
Nathaniel D: Best Tires out there Mar 5, 2015
Walter W: I wore the other one out, cords showing! Luck to make it home! Feb 8, 2015
Randy L: Most of important thing is safety.
I reviewed several tires but I decide this tire is best grip on the road.
Jan 13, 2015
Jorge J: I have tried many brands and compounds but these are almost as good as the SCâ??s and with a little more mileage, I only use them on Track days. Excellent performance that It can be trust. Nov 11, 2014
A S: BEST high-performance street tire currently available. I ride this tire in the canyons and can comfortably lean the bike with supreme confidence all the way to the edge of the rubber without issue! They don't last long (2,500 miles front and 1,200 miles rear). I always wear the sides out before the middle but I mostly just ride mountain/canyon roads. LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this tire! It is OEM on Ducati 1199 and Aprilia RSV4. I run 32 PSI front and 29 PSI rear. Nov 5, 2014
Ed V: Excellent tire that works well on track or road. Sep 17, 2014
jeremy t: track time! Jul 28, 2014
C H: Love the SuperCorsa SP, hoping the V2 is better. Jun 30, 2014
Tyler E: Excellent tire; OEM equipment on my 1199. Only downside is that they wear quickly and are overpriced. Jun 27, 2014
David R: OEM replacement for my BMW HP4. Jun 7, 2014
PAUL L: It's the newer version of the OEM tires that came on my 2013 Triumph 675.
The OEM lasted for 9000 miles on long highway runs before a noticeable center line and squaring was visible.
I've read hard core canyon riders get about 3000 miles on them.

I.M.O. the performance of these tires will contribute to the safety of riding especially on dry Southern Cali streets.
The prices on Revzilla is over 30% CHEAPER than my local dealer!
It's a no brainer...buy it.
Jun 7, 2014
kevin m: recommended by friends May 31, 2014
Tom C: I liked the confidence of the Supercorsa V1 and have heard good things about the V2. May 11, 2014
Scott B: Quality and stickiness for track days. Great reviews and reputation. Apr 14, 2014
James I: stock tire Apr 10, 2014
chris s: best deal around on tires Jan 22, 2014
Ammar B: great tires Nov 1, 2013
Rob M: Stock tire for my BMW HP4 and I love the bike and tires. Oct 29, 2013
Colton S: They're expensive but simply the most confidence inspiring tire you can buy. I loved the Q3s but this tire can't be beat Sep 10, 2013
Jeffrey M: Oem replacement for my Panigale Aug 18, 2013
David H: Quality street tire. Aug 10, 2013
A shopper asked: I have a 2014 Ducati Hypermotard that came with Pirelli Diablo Supercorsa SP. At 1,300 miles the rear is shot (pass the wear bars on both sides, center looks great.) and the front not far behind in side wear. My questions: 1. Is the V2 a later generation than my stock SP as I can not find any kind of V marking on my SP's? 2. If the V2's are a later generation, can I expect any more life than my stock SP's ? I love the tire but going to go broke replacing every 1300 miles. Many thanks for your help. Jeff Aug 8, 2014
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Jason K: Yes, the "V2" is a later generation than a tire without any "v" on it (the V2 says V2 on it). As far as I know the only change is the tread pattern, they made a DOT tire with even less grooves.

The less grooves will help tire life a little, but honestly this is a sub-2k mile tire when ridden hard, and the V2 isn't going to change that much.

I've switched now to the Rosso Corsas on my HP4 which are just as grippy in the corners, and the front actually heats up quicker than the SP V2 front, so I'm very happy. I can't speak about tire life yet, but I can say definitely that there's less "rippling" of the tire on a hard run, so I'm guessing that it's wearing less.
Aug 8, 2014
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Daron F: I can't tell you how they wear as I have not installed them yet. However, the Revzilla customer service guy I talked to told me the V2 is is the updated version of the Supercorsa. Rubbing the rear V2 tire with my thumb, it feels a good deal more sticky than the center tread. The V2 tread design is different than its predecessor. IDK if the compounds have changed. Sounds like you corner very hard. IMO, if you find a tire that wears evenly across the whole tread. it probably wont suit your riding style. Aug 8, 2014
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Mark B: The V2 is a later version. Good looking tire, but I would not expect additional wear. Have replaced my Pirellis with Dunlop Q3s on two bikes ...a Triumph Speed Triple and MV Agusta Brutale ...for inadequate street life. Don't get me wrong, the grip was quite good, and for track duty I would recommend them. But for the lower price, similar performance, and way better life, I prefer the Dunlops. I was very disappointed with how quickly the Pirellis wore out. Aug 8, 2014
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Walter G asked: I don't know if my first two questions made it but I am looking for a tire that I can use on and off the track? I ride a zx14 and is going to attend a track class in the near future. Dec 7, 2013
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Mark B: This tire is an excellent choice for your intended use...as is Dunlop Sportmax Q3, Bridgestone Hypersport S20, and Michelin Power Series (2CT or 3). Others as well I'm sure, but I have experience with these and can state with confidence all are fantastic for track and aggressive street riding. I have plenty of laps on the Pirellis and found grip and feedback to be quite good. Enjoy the track experience. Dec 8, 2013
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MICHAEL P: Get the tire just before your track day. Use it when it's at its best. Leave with no chicken strips. Get more respect when back on the street. ;)
P.S. Fantastic tire.
Dec 7, 2013
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Thomas N: Walter G,

They are fantastic tires. I have them on my 1199 Panigale and I have had nothing but a great experience. They are soft, they warm up fast, and they do really well in the wet. Good feel in hot or cold temperatures too. I ride in as low as the 30's and 40's and they have been great throughout. The only downside is that they do wear quickly, and they pick up anything and everything on the road like nails and glass.

On the track, they will be fantastic. I haven't been on the track just yet, but next year I plan on it, and a fresh set will be on the bike.

Be safe out there, and have fun!

Tom N.
Dec 7, 2013
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Harold S: Hi Walter
Hope this helps I have a BMW HP4 and have just completed the California superbike school Level 4 the tyres worked well to the very edge and where very predictable with a high level of stability. They gave absolute confidence
mileage can't really say how good they may be on the road as I have only used them on the track. If this is your first time at school they are more than sufficient but bear in mind my BMW has a lot of electronic rider aids and would have saved me if I was to aggressive.
All the best and good luck with your first track class
Dec 8, 2013
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Mark R: Great track day tire, i had 6 track days on mine this year with on issues. I will buy them again this year. Dec 8, 2013
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Curtis M: The Pirelli V2 will server you well both on amd off the track for sure. For dual purpose they are perfect! Dec 8, 2013
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lester n: I have not taken them to the track yet but they are super nice on the roads for spirited rides Dec 7, 2013
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Hector S: Great tire on and off. Dec 14, 2013
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charles v asked: what is the recommended tire pressure for the supercorsa on the track? May 1, 2015
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A S: if you go to the Pirelli website it will tell you the manufacturer recommended top and bottom range for cold and hot pressure. I use them in the track with warmers. The recommended pressure for the rear tire is30-26 psi. On a hot day with good weather conditions I use 26psi but on a colder day I'll increase to 27-28psi because I don't have the skill level to keep the tire constantly warm and work it hard constantly on a cold day. Also increasing the pressure will give you more stability and save the tire life. At 26 you have more contact patch and grip. May 6, 2015
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Tom E: Charles, there's usually a tire rep at most tracks, I' check with them. They take into account your bike, level of experience, riding style and track conditions. For me, I've found that under most conditions around 28 PSI front and back is in the ballpark. Rear tire pressures are much lower than street use due to volume of air that is heated up higher than street conditions, as I'm sure you're aware. If there's no Pirelli rep at your track search one out from a track in your area. Perhaps he has experience at your's. May 1, 2015
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A S: For canyon riding 28 rear and 31.5 front. Track I would set the same and check HOT pressures coming off the track. Look for 34 front (HOT) and 28-30 rear (HOT). May 13, 2015
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A shopper asked: i have a 2008 cbr600rr, i need new rubber. i noticed there are pirelli diablo
V4's out whats the difference btwn the V2's and the V4's?
Apr 18, 2014
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Gabriel M: I wasn't aware that there was a V4 version out but if you want a piece of mind when you ride the v2's will deliver. These tires are by far the best tires I've had, although they don't last very long they get warm up fast and they grip amazingly. I highly recommend the v2's if you do a lot of dry weather riding but not if ride in the rain. Apr 18, 2014
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chris s: As far as I know there is only v1 and v2 I googled it and some bikebandit place has v4's...but in the description is says v2 so I think its a typo verry little diff in v1 and v2 but both are amazing tires and I only ride these Apr 18, 2014
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Colton S: I'm assuming you're talking about the "V4's" listed on bike bandit? They're just listed incorrectly, Pirelli still only has a V2 Apr 18, 2014
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Matt L asked: Should these get better or worse tread life than Q3's? I'm down to the side wear bars on Q3's after 2,000 miles running 32f/30r psi. Based on that, what could I expect out of these at the same pressures? Jan 27, 2014
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Thomas N: Tire life is pretty short on these tires, as has been my experience thus far. I got about 6500 miles on my front, and around 3000 on my first rear tire. I'm just switching my front tire out now, and by the end of this summer coming up I will probably get a new rear.

With all that being said, I will continue to purchase these tires. They are super sticky, and warm up very quickly. Grip and feel are fantastic as well. I've become very comfortable and confident on these tires, and unless something better comes my way, I will continue to purchase these.

I hope this helps,

Tom N.
Jan 28, 2014
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geoffrey r: For what it's worth these tires lasted 4500 miles of aggressive street riding on my Panigale! I love them! I'm on my second set with 7500 current miles and plenty of tread left. Jan 27, 2014
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chris s: all depends on your riding these are always said 3k miles but I get about 5 on my rear and the fronts are soo cheap I just replace same as rear. Jan 29, 2014
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A shopper asked: Do these tires come in multiple compounds ? IE Hard versus medium Mar 27, 2014
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Jason C: Yes the sc 2 is a harder compound than the sc 1. Great tires. I will never ride any other tire. Give Chris at CT racing in California a csll. He can advise u all about Pirelli's. Good luck Mar 27, 2014
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Charles C: The street tire, only one compound mix, the DOT race tire comes in soft, medium, and firm. S0, S1, S2. Race DOT tire available from pirielli track service, I use CT Racing Mar 27, 2014
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A shopper asked: Where are the wear indicators and what do they look like in different stages. How do you know when to replace? Thanks! Sep 5, 2014
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Brandon W: There are raised indicators inside the tread pattern, when the indicator is flush with the tire it's time to replace. Sep 6, 2014
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A S asked: Hi,

What is the difference between this tire and the DSC sc? Which would be better for track use only.

Also I heard if you rear tire size is 180/55 17 you can fit a 180/60 17 with this tire, is that true?

Aug 13, 2014
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Tom E: I've never used the DSC SC, but I've been told by the local Ducati shop, from well experienced riders, that it's a better track tire. Faster warm up primarliy. Supercorsa SP V2 works well obviously also, but for just track use, I'd try the DSC SC.

Using a 60 series vice 55 depends on the bike. Usually width is the limiting factor. I'd check with someone who has tried it on your particular bike.
Aug 14, 2014
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A shopper asked: what is the biggest size tire that will fit on my 2003 gsxr 750? Mar 7, 2014
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chris s: First of all don't take this personal..its just funny a gsxr rider wants to throw the biggest tire possible on his bike...the better question should be "what size of rear tire does my gsxr take" this should do with safty..and also your rim/wheel... the one you have on now buy the same size...wait..the one that came with the bike..buy the same size. this should be the size to get
Front tyre dimensions: 120/70-17
Rear tyre dimensions: 180/55-17

anything else should be for a show bike only..and this aint no show bike or not at all. JMO

again I don't like seeing ignorant riders killing themselves because they are uninformed or are trying to "look cool"

Be safe keep your rubber roadside not highside!
If you want a bigger tire I suggest buying a bike that comes with one :)
Mar 7, 2014
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