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The Bridgestone Battlax BT-003 RS Rear Tires
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  • Bridgestone Battlax BT-003 RS Rear Tires

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Bridgestone Battlax BT-003 RS Rear Tires Videos

Bridgestone Battlax BT-003 Racing Street Rear Tires

The Bridgestone Battlax BT003 is a specially street-tuned sport tire derived from the latest racing technology. Its Ultimate Grip Performance derived from MotoGP technology provides riders sporty riding enjoyment with confident grip on streets and dry-condition circuits.

Features:

  • Designed for Sporty Riding enjoyment with confident grip on streets and dry-condition circuits
  • Specially street-turned tire developed from our latest racing tire BT-003 which has achieved many victories in production-class races (600cc-1000cc)
  • BT-003RS is the successor to BT-002RS and BT-090 and covers various engine sizes and models (from middle sport class to super sport class)
  • The 3LC (3 Layer Compound) provide regular wear and the optimized pattern design provides longer wear life than ex-models: BT-002RS/BT-090
  • S shaped grooves across center of tread improve contact feeling, braking grip (for Front Tire) and traction grip (for Rear Tire)
  • Reducing Negative Ratio in shoulder part of tread improves turning ability
  • Longer Shoulder grooves than BT-003 Racing enhance WET grip and shock absorption on public roads
  • Optimized angle and shape of grooves contribute to noise reduction and improved mileage
  • 3LC + Ultraction Compound provides the necessary performance on street, with delightful handling and enhanced grip
  • Center Compound consists of high grip compound which balances mileage and grip
  • Shoulder Compound consists of "Ultraction Compound" which exerts stronger grip power in braking and cornering
  • Tread Pattern based on BT-003 Racing is tuned for increased WET grip and shock absorption on streets
  • Silica Rich Compound offers enhanced grip from the moment motorcycle stats moving
  • MS-BELT provides light handling, absorbs sudden input from bumps and enhances stability and good line-holding in corners
Bang For The Buck
4.8 / 5
Grip
4.7 / 5
Tread Life
3.8 / 5
Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
190/55ZR17 75W 539820 134411 Out of Stock

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Love this tire. I race a ninja 250 on these.
Bobby on Mar 28, 2017
It is a good choice for hard riding on the mountain roads, but the life on this tire is short. 2k miles on it on average.
yingpor x on Oct 19, 2016
Love this tire. I race a ninja 250 on these.
Bobby on Mar 28, 2017
quality, reviews
bobby n on Nov 21, 2016
It is a good choice for hard riding on the mountain roads, but the life on this tire is short. 2k miles on it on average.
yingpor x on Oct 19, 2016
Replace tires on 2007 SV650 track bike
Eli T on May 10, 2016
Very quick warm up time and great grip, also the performance in the we is exceptional.
Miljan B on Dec 12, 2015
Curious to see if the 003s offer a noticeable improvement in dry performance
Scott G on Feb 11, 2015
awesome tires
A S on Nov 9, 2014
I was looking for a sport oriented tire for track days. This tire did a fine job on my SV. The wet traction is not what I am used to having run on Michelin Pilot Road and Power tires for the last two years, but it was stable at a slower pace. Dry traction was fantastic and I was very confident in these tires.
Tristan S on Oct 13, 2014
the bridgestone tyre, is a very good tyre
Roger F on Jul 15, 2014
Awesome tire! Upgraded from a 50 Aspect to a 55 and the turn in on my 2008 1000rr is so much cleaner and sharper. Stickier tire than the BT-016 which is an amazing tire to begin with, but this one just took it to another level.
Jose B on Apr 4, 2014
Ninja 300 track day
C J on Mar 19, 2014
Cause they is badass!
James L on Feb 15, 2014
awesome track tire!!!
Travis N on Jan 17, 2014
Sticky, holds in the tight turns.
Stephen H on Aug 10, 2013
Because the reviews I've read on this tire are great and you don't have it in 130 70 17. If there was a tire in 130 70 17 of this tire, you guys would get a LOT more ninja 500 buyers
Keenan K on Aug 9, 2013
quality, reviews
bobby n on Nov 21, 2016
Replace tires on 2007 SV650 track bike
Eli T on May 10, 2016
I am planning on doing a bunch of track days on my Ninja 300 this season. I currently have the Pilot Road 3 in the 120/ 150 combo. I am planning to upgrade to a more performance oriented tire for riding twisties and doing track days. From my reserach, I see that 120/150 combo does nothing in terms of performance. So I am looking at the 110/140 combos again.

Which tires would you recommend?

1. PD Rosso 2 110/140
2. BT 003 RS 110/140
A shopper on Feb 26, 2014
BEST ANSWER: no experience with the pd rosso, but the bt 003s are awesome.. I race with them on my ex500 and have used on the street.. they stick great.. used in the rain once and seemed okay, but wouldn't go hard. definitely recommend.
I'm currently using the Dunlop Q3 tires on my 2008 CBR 1000 RR. I don't really commute on my bike I really only ride on the weekends in the canyons with my buddies. I do plan on going to some more track days this year and was wondering if these tires have noticeably more grip than the Q3's. I've never really had any problems with the Q3's (I mean their excellent tires) I've only broke the traction of the rear ever so slightly once when I was taking a hard left turn through a canyon, but it was definitely a slide. I know on the video reviews these tires are a 70-30 compound so my question is do they truly have more grip than the Q3's?(I don't care about longevity)
Andrew S on Jan 26, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Hi Andrew,
I haven't used the Q3's before but I have used the Q2's. I liked the BT-003's a lot. Keep in mind the temperature of the track you are going to be using the tires on. From my experience the more street orientated tires tend to become slippery on hot track days and tend to kick out when powering out of turns. If you are an aggressive rider and are look to do some track days on hot spring/summer days i would recommend going with the BT-003 Pro's rather than the RS's. Other wise the RS's are great for street riding if you don't care about wear. Hope this helps.
How long will a set of Bridgestone Battlax BT-003 last? I am planning on getting a front and rear but I am aiming for tire life around the 10,000 mile mark.
A shopper on Nov 22, 2014
BEST ANSWER: 10000 miles should not be possible. my last set of 003rs last me around 3000km( which is around 1900 miles) I'm riding a Aprilia dorsoduro factory in Taiwan.