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Dunlop D220 Sportmax Tires
  • Dunlop D220 Sportmax Tires - Front
  • Dunlop D220 Sportmax Tires - Rear

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Dunlop D220 Sportmax Tires

The Dunlop D220 Sportmax is built specifically for heavy, powerful bikes and is the right tire to use to get big power to the ground.


  • O.E. replacement for Kawasaki Mean Streak, Yamaha Warrior and Honda ST1300
  • Radial
  • Blackwall
  • Tubeless
Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
120/70ZR18 59W 158510 333677/3336-77 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
130/70R17 62H 158513 333627/3336-27 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
170/60R17 72H 158514 333684/3336-84 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
200/50ZR17 75W 158511 333682/3336-82 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours


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Stock SV650s tires These came stock on my 2009 SV650s. I was never impressed and only realized how bad they were once I upgraded to Michelin Pilot Road 4 Rear Tires. The rear tire would often slip during cornering even if I wasn't leaning hard. If I hit my rear brake with anything over 30% the rear would just start sliding no matter the road surface. Felt very unsafe on them. Best upgrade you can do to your SV650 is get rid of these tires! July 14, 2016
7k and threads are showing Tires came with my purchase of my kawi vulcan s. Seemed like a great tire till I went outside to see a solid strip of threads showing almost all the way around the tire! With only 7000 miles on my bike I still have the factory paint on the side walls. November 1, 2015
Stay away These are stock tyres on my 2009 SV650s and all I can recommend is too stay away. Tread life on these tyres with I'd estimate to be approximately 14 - 18 thousand kilometers which is great however in wet, cold, or 'dewy' road conditions these tyres will slip and as a result your lean angles, and ability to counter steer will be negatively affected. Approximately 2 months ago I went around a round-about on a cold and wet (14 degree Celsius) day and I almost lost the front wheel at approximately 40 km/h. I checked the road and there were no oil, diesel, or road clutter. I've also hit what can be best described as mild oil slick which caused the rear to fishtail on a highway at 110 km/h. I corrected the fishtail with throttle and as a result of the bike correcting itself I almost high-sided. The bike will also feel unstable at high leans angles on well paved road in the twisties. Unless at hot & dry weather. On the good side the bike will feel planted on dry - hot days, however this may restricted by your geography and weather patterns. Unable to comment as to whether these tyres provide better fuel consumption than other tyres as these were the only ones I've had fitted on the SV. Will replace with BT-30's. March 28, 2014
BE WARNED: these tires are only for the fair weather rider These are the stock tires that come on my 2008 sv650sf and they are absolute garbage in wet weather or cold weather conditions. Add those two elements together and you'll be crashing you bike. Currently I put 2k miles on them after buying my bike used with about 4k already on them. This year they reached the 6 year mark and I figured they were too old to continue safe use and now I'm getting PR3's (tires get harder with age and thus lose grip). So here's why I'm taking my time writing this review: I almost binned my bike/killed myself with these tires riding a couple days ago (august) in the wet at about 60 degrees. I was going 25mph around a exit off the highway when I felt a familiar greasy feeling that means these tires were reaching their grip limit. I stayed on the throttle and continued the turn in order to keep grip however there was a red light at the end of the turn because the lane merges onto a busy 45mph two lane road. So I straighten out the bike and ease on the front brake when my front tire loses grip (should've just use the rear, live and learn). I was already on edge from that scary turn so I immediately let go of the brake and the bike re-grips and nearly threw me off the bike which caused me to gun the throttle and hit the rev limiter (also had clutch in thankfully because I was covering it). I then coast off onto the side of the road, shaken but seeing the cars pass by I realized how lucky I was to not be getting run over from cross traffic. NO tire should make you feel unstable in these conditions at 25mph with a lean angle less than the stand angle. Also worth noting that before the close call these tires felt horrible even around town in the wet. I had previously dropped my bike going about 10 mph turning into a gas station which is why I recognized that greasy feeling because these tires will slide out with little warning. Originally I thought it was because I hit an oil patch but after reading reviews on svrider.com and other forums I now understand these tires are worthless unless you're strictly a 0% chance of rain and >80degrees type of rider. If you're not STAY AWAY! As for hot weather they are o.k. but you won't feel very stable on them because unless you're granny on the throttle you'll be squaring these tires off fairly quickly. However, I have taking these tires around Gold Mine Road in Pa which offers some extreme turns and they got me around. That being said they still won't help your confidence in turn so I can't recommend these tires. The only good thing about these tires is that (based on other reviews I've read) they'll last you 15k miles. August 19, 2013
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