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Pirelli MT90AT Enduro / Dual Sport Rear Tires
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Pirelli MT90AT Enduro / Dual Sport Rear Tires

  • 70% Street / 30% Off-Road
  • Large central knobs for straight riding stability and general V-shape orientation for high adherence in traction / braking
  • Excellent high-speed stability even when fully loaded thanks to a size optimized carcass
  • Superb wet and dry grip due to the new Silica tread compound, offers mileage and regular tread wear performance
  • OE for KTM Adventure 950 and 990
  • DOT approved; Srated for speeds up to 113 mph or Vrated for speeds up to 149 mph
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Pirelli MT90AT Enduro / Dual Sport Rear Tires 4.2 5 5 5
Great 70/30 Tire I've put about 2k on front and rear tires now. They have seen highways, endless miles of back roads, twisty mountain roads, dirt and gravel roads, and the occasional one wheeler. Overall these tires are great, they are wearing well. Knowing what kind of tire they are they get poor grip in deeper gravel but they are great on intermediate - hard pack dirt. They were pretty slick on break-in (mostly over wet roads) but after 100 ish miles of getting them good and hot they performed very well. 2015 KTM 690 Enduro R September 8, 2015
Good for the money I haven't had this current tire long enough to evaluate but I have had the same tire mounted when I bought the bike...performance was great...tread life not so much March 4, 2015
Great 80 / 20 Dual sport Tire I have used the 140/18 on the rear and 90/90 21 on the front of my DRZ400 for 30,000 miles now. The street grip is great on wet or dry pavement. The bike handles well on dirt roads also. You can trail ride with them,as long as you remember that they are an 80/20 tire.... Mud traction is this tires downfall. If your going to be riding in a lot of mud get a good knobby. September 29, 2014
Good but poor tire life Using this on a KLR 650 for mixed freeway slab/twisties/dirt roads out in the forest. The tire has plenty of grip on pavement and does well enough off road. My problem is that after 2100 miles, the rear tire is almost in need of replacement already. April 19, 2014
2nd set I really enjoy the grip and consistency of this rear tire. Its the OE tire for my KTM 950 ADV and I prefer it - great on road and off. It's a great balance for my riding style - I do more 90/10 (lets be honest) but you do not sacrifice on-road comfort and traction. Off-road you can feel good, confident grip which really helps when throwing the heavy bike around. February 3, 2014
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Pirelli MT90AT Enduro / Dual Sport Rear Tires
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james p: Third one I have ordered, Good tire. Rode the latest from Colorado to Virginia. From the wilds in Colorado to the highway to home. No complaints, Apr 28, 2015
Mark H: Very good all-purpose tire for my KTM 990. Just wish Pirelli made it in the 2013 BMW R1200GS sizes, too. Dec 9, 2014
Royce M: brand ratings / cost Nov 30, 2014
Mark T: Wanted more aggressive tread pattern. Aug 6, 2014
joe d: I'm putting these on my sons bike Oct 19, 2013
Janet F: What I said above Oct 12, 2013
Nicola P: Good reviews Sep 18, 2013
A shopper asked: My Suzuki DRZ400S OEM rear tire size is 120/90-18. The Pirelli Scorpion comes in sizes 120/80-18 and 140/80-18. Which size should I buy? Dec 5, 2013
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Janet F: I would go with the 120/80.

The difference in load rating between your stock tire at 65 and the Pirelli 120/80 at 62 is close.

The Pirelli 140/80 load rating is 70

The Pirelli did fantastic on the asphalt track at Millville in South Jersey, and continues to do well on the street. I ran a 140/80 on my Husky TE630, which has the same rear rim size as your DRZ at 2.15x18. I run the Pirelli 90/90 on my 1.6x21-inch front wheel.
Dec 5, 2013
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Rafael A: I would suggest to get the larger one, 140/80-18, but you must be sure that it fits in your rear frame.... I have a KTM, it uses one 150-80/18....
Good luck!
Dec 5, 2013
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Jose B: I would select the widest tire able to fit your bike. I have a KTM so I would not know about your bike. Dec 6, 2013
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Paul s: I would stick with the 120/80-18. Unless your doing a lot of sand, just keep it simple. Dec 5, 2013
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A shopper asked: Can i use this tire on a spoked rim that normally requires tubes? Oct 16, 2014
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Mark G: This tire is meant to be used on rims that require tubes, which to the best of my knowledge is a requirement for all spoked rims because they won't seal around the spokes.

I suspect that all tires are capable of being used without a tube on a rim that is designed to be tubeless.

I have these tires on my KTM Adventure 990 Baja, which has spoked rims.
Oct 16, 2014
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James W: Absolutely yes, with your tube. I run this tire on a KTM 690R and achieve great results and have gotten 4,000 miles on the rear (about 500 more and I'll require replacement). The front tire looks to get around 7,000 before a change. This tire handles and tracks great. I won't run anything else. Oct 16, 2014
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Eddie R: Sure can, I have them on a set now. They are a little slick though, I still like them regardless. I have about 800-900 miles on mine now Oct 16, 2014
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Kenneth N: I have used them with and without tubes with no issues over thousands of miles.
Cheers Ken
Oct 16, 2014
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TRACY E: Yes. I use them on a wr250r with tubes and spiked rims. Oct 16, 2014
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Austin F: Yep. All of the KTM 950 run that combo stock. Oct 16, 2014
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Edgardo S: Yes you can. I have these on my dr650 Oct 16, 2014
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Guenther K: Yes, I use them on a DRZ400 Oct 16, 2014
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Devon S asked: What is the maximum lean angle of these tires in 21/18 sizes, say on a WR250R? May 2, 2015
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Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Rear / 150/70R18 70V TL 454175 1421900 In Stock: Ships next business day
Rear / 110/80-18 58S 454449 2046300/1004500 In Stock: Ships next business day
Rear / 120/80-18 62S 454450 2045800/1004600 In Stock: Ships next business day
Rear / 140/80-18 70S 454451 1017100 In Stock: Ships next business day
Rear / 120/90-17 64S 454452 1004300 In Stock: Ships next business day