Continental Sport Attack 3 Rear Tires
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$197.95 - $249.95
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Continental Sport Attack 3 Rear Tires

The Conti Sport Attack 3 Tires are a completely redesigned sport and hyper-sport tire that is setting new standards in handling and lean angle performance in both dry and wet conditions for all sports motorcycles. Tire design specially tuned to the new sport motorcycles for perceptibly more stable and precise handling road grip has been improved considerably once again thanks to an enlarged contact area and technically optimized tread design.

Features:

  • There has been substantial improvement in wet grip thanks to a specially developed tread design with significantly improved drainage effect
  • As a result of the silica compound, Continental has been able to considerably increase grip, riding pleasure and feeling of safety in wet conditions
  • Innovative "Grip Limit Feedback Technology" increases the level of safety during extreme lean angles as the rider receives feedback from the tires at an early stage in critical situations for a higher level of control at the limit
  • Longer service life thanks to the enlarged contact area at the crown of the tire and high share of positive tread in the central belt as well as further optimization of the MultiGrip Technology
  • Blackwall
  • Tubeless (TL)
  • W - rated for speeds up to 168 MPH
  • Eligible for Continental's free 3 year roadside warranty
4.6 / 5
Bang For The Buck
4.4 / 5
Features
4.3 / 5
Style
4.3 / 5
Grip
4.6 / 5
Tread Life
5 / 5
Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Rear / 150/60ZR17 66W TL 1088612 02444300000 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Rear / 160/60ZR17 69W TL 1088613 02444310000 Available: Requires 1-3 business days lead time prior to shipment
Rear / 180/55ZR17 73W TL 1088614 02444320000 Available: Requires 1-3 business days lead time prior to shipment
Rear / 190/50ZR17 73W TL 1088615 02444330000 Available: Requires 1-3 business days lead time prior to shipment
Rear / 190/55ZR17 73W TL 1088616 02444340000 Available: Requires 1-3 business days lead time prior to shipment
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4.4 / 5
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Style
4.3 / 5
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4.6 / 5
Tread Life
5.0 / 5
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Grip
5 / 5
Impressive.
I read up on this tire and decided to take a chance on it. I ride a 2013 Triumph 675r, my previous tires on the bike were the stock Pirelli Diablo Supercorsa SP v2.

I commute on the bike and initially I actually didn't like them, the front felt twitchy- the slightest input on the bars and the bike was ready to dive... slightest input, super sensitive. Then the rear felt slow compared the Pirelli- for instance the first lean felt fast, but going back the other direction felt sluggish. Also they felt unstable at first, I would start to lean and they would just keep going like they had a mind of their own. I was worried.

When I got home I checked my pressure and the shop had the front and rear at 40psi, the tires are rated max at 42psi. They were way too hard. Add ambient temp and warmup they were probly at max, if not more. Theres usually about 4psi ish play in warm up and temperature depending on conditions.

I took them down to like a 36 rear, 34-36ish front and heaven arrived. They no longer were twitchy, no longer felt slow or unstable in lean. It felt good, real good.

I went out to a large docking area that has some nice clean asphalt to get a feel for them and more-or-less scrub em in.

A couple odd things here. The tire has an odd outer layer, Continental calls it something, but they say you don't have to scrub the tire. I don't recommend that, BUT they really do feel pre-scrubbed. There isn't any of that slip and wiggle that comes with moving towards the edge of your tire. They don't even feel the same as a tire without this layer. Its legit, and impressive. I'd still be careful with them of course, and not just dive to full lean angle once you mount them- but I actually think you just about could. Its kinda nuts.

They heat up well and reasonably quick. Once heated they are quite sticky. You can press your finger into the warm outer carcass and feel the flex that gives that nice stick. The tire is actually only one compound. According to Continental they use variable curing temperature to gain the same effect as dual compound tires. The heat felt even throughout the tire- or at least it was detectable by hand right to the edge of the tire and roughly felt similar. I didn't have a heat gun.

This docking area is my little practice area. I had been here on the Pirellis about three times, a couple hours of practice. I do this in full leathers.

Shockingly, the first day on the Continental tires I was dragging my knee on both sides in my little docking area. I had not been able to get my knee down on Pirelli tires. I'm not sure what it is, it could be just that the Pirellis were a little older and heat cycled too much. It could be I was just more practiced up. I felt confident in the tire as I pushed it further and further. The feedback/feel from the Sport Attack 3 told me I could go further and further- and more importantly it didn't lie.

Continental says the Sport Attack 3 has some sort of edge feedback thing, I'm literally like 3mm off the edge of the tire on both sides and haven't noticed anything different than the Pirelli tires; but I haven't REALLY pushed the tire hard. The tires also have less effective sidewall than the Pirellis and I was still able to get further over.

I ride in all conditions, so I'll be getting a wet review in here at some point. I also plan to go to my practice area in the rain and get better at lean angle in the wet. I'm not good at all in the wet comparatively to the dry.

Another quick note is that I noticed the front and rear are matched up quite well. The wear is very similar in regards to distance to the edge on the front and rear. On the pirellis this was not the case. It was literally impossible to use all of the front. It probably doesn't actually matter, but it does seem like almost more a refined product in my mind if that is the case.

So far I'm blown away all around. Its a new tire, so no treadlife details, and I haven't been out in the wet. I'll add/edit once I have more of a feel for that. I was going to wait to review the tire but after a few hours on it last night shoving it around, I feel confident that I already know this is an amazing tire.

I'll get some pictures in here as well.
May 18, 2016
Ride:
2013 Triumph Daytona 675R
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Grip
5 / 5
OH MY LORD (yes.... I said lort)
I had the rosso 2s previously, and tested out some q3..... These tires stick so much it's unreal. After reading the first review I set my psi to 36/ea and I'm more than happy. Tested them for thirty miles and got caught in the rain haha. I'm staying with these

And.... If no one told you this yet today

I love you

K thanks bye
June 15, 2016
Purchased
1 year ago
Ride:
2016 Suzuki GSX-R750
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Style
4 / 5
Grip
5 / 5
Perfect For The Pacific Northwest
Wow, what a difference! My OE Super Corsas where certainly sticky on a warm dry outing but in the real world, I'll take these anyday.
Grip that you can trust in damp, wet and cool conditions and a rounder profile that holds its line without falling off.
Traffic paint doesn't feel like ice anymore.
Great product.
November 21, 2016
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Grip
5 / 5
Tread Life
5 / 5
ContiSport Attack 3 Tires..great tires for FL riding and track days
Here is my TL:DR (Too Long:Didn’t Read) Version:

Saw tires, bought them, liked them. Review Break down: 1) Break-in period, 2) Dry Grip 3) Wet Grip/Wet Experience 4) Track Day Experience

1) Break-in period: short; after 3-miles. You’re not me, break-in time may differ.

2) Dry Grip: Orlando, FL is hot. Tires warm up fast, they are great in all dry-riding scenarios

3) Wet Grip/Wet Experience: Florida has rain, you don’t have to wait when it first rains, the tires are great in corners in the wet (but don’t be dumb, be smart when riding in the rain)

4) Track Day Experience: Oh yeah! I’m a newb, tires have grip, grip is good when fast. I hate chicken strips. Am I a chicken?

Yay! Tires!

To read the full review in its entirety (as it was too long post here on Revzilla) visit:

https://jp10580.wordpress.com/2016/09/15/personal-review-of-the-continental-sport-attack-3-tires/
September 14, 2016
Bang For The Buck
3 / 5
Features
3 / 5
Style
4 / 5
Grip
3 / 5
Tread Life
5 / 5
Good for street, terrible on the track
Put well over 6k miles on this set of tires. The front shows very little wear but the center of the rear is beginning to flatten. Tires never did anything unexpected while riding the street. Just took them out on the track. This tire inspired no confidence at all. It was very numb and didn't provide enough feedback for me to push my pace. Actually ended my session early because of them. These tires will be coming off as soon as I can get my hands on a set of q3 plus.
May 14, 2017
Purchased
10 months ago
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Wanted good all around tire
Kegan D on May 20, 2017
I love conti, but only had them on a week before I sold the bike. a bit overpriced in regards to the other well known competition
Khafid W on Jul 22, 2016
Wanted good all around tire
Kegan D on May 20, 2017
I had Continental tires I was really happy about previously, and these are latest and greatest
luka on May 16, 2017
I love conti, but only had them on a week before I sold the bike. a bit overpriced in regards to the other well known competition
Khafid W on Jul 22, 2016
I had Continental tires I was really happy about previously, and these are latest and greatest
luka on May 16, 2017
the tread looks like it goes clear to the edge of the sa3s, the sa2s seem to have more tire on the side. which one would grip better in turns?
Khafid W on Jun 7, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I like to test products so I took the sa3s out 2 hours into a thunder storm. They truly are amazing, and although I wasn't trying to drag me knee I was definitely getting the bike over with confidence and letting the tires work. Hats off to you continental, I'm soldon.