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Pirelli Diablo Rosso III Tires

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Pirelli infuses technology from the World Superbike Championship into their Diablo Rosso 3 tires. Designed with unprecedented handling this is the evo… Read More

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Pirelli Diablo Rosso III Tires

Pirelli infuses technology from the World Superbike Championship into their Diablo Rosso 3 tires. Designed with unprecedented handling this is the evolution of sport riding.

Features:

  • WSBK-derived profile for agile response, quick turn-in and transitions
  • "Flash" racing tread pattern promotes uniform wear for performance consistency throughout the tire's life
  • Bi-compound design with a wide race compound strip offering full grip from mid-lean angle
  • High-performance silica compounds improve grip across a wide range of temperatures for optimal grip in all conditions
  • Large footprint area for improved adherence
  • Blackwall
  • Tubeless (TL)
  • W-rated for speeds of 168+ MPH
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4.9 / 5.0
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Bang For The Buck
4.7 / 5
Features
4.6 / 5
Style
4.8 / 5
Grip
4.8 / 5
Tread Life
4.1 / 5
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Grip
5 / 5
Best Sportbike Street Tires I've Ever Owned
I have been riding sportbikes for about 10 years now, and as the title to the review says, these are by far the best tires I've ever owned. A lot of choosing the right tire for your bike comes down to personal preference. There are a lot of great tires out there on the market and a lot that aren't so great, but what works well for one person might not work for another. Over the years, I've run Dunlops Q2's, Michelin Pilot Powers, Bridgestone Battlax's... Some of them I liked, while others I didn't, but none of them ever felt like "just the right tire" for my riding style or gave the feel I was looking for, until these - my first set of Pirelli's. I can say with a fair amount of certainty that I'll be sticking with Pirelli for the rest of my motorcycling life.

I chose these tires because I don't do track days and wanted something that would be a bit more practical for real-world conditions while providing an optimal level of performance. The DR III's take no time at all to heat up, and when they do, the tire is actually hot to the touch (I always stop and manually check to make sure that they're up to temp before I push my bike and my tires at all). Once warm, the grip is EXCELLENT! (Although I've never noticed a lack of grip when they're cold either). The taller profile of the tires makes turning into corners effortless. I seriously could not believe what a difference it made on my ZX6R, Their ability to hold a line is fantastic, and I never had any issues even when adjusting my line mid-corner or moderate on/off throttle inputs. Feedback from both the front and rear is spot on.

Between the grip and the profile, these Diablo Rosso III's have given me the performance and the confidence to touch my knee down for the first time ever, today actually. I just got home from a brilliant ride and had to sit down and write this review. I can't comment on the wet weather performance as I haven't done any riding in the rain with them, and as far as tread life goes, I've only had them on the bike for a few days (enough time to log about 200 miles of mixed city/highway/twisties), but my bike is purely for pleasure - I don't do any commuting on it - so tread life really isn't a big concern of mine. I'd take tire performance over longevity any day, and I can definitely tell you that on the street, in the real world, these tires perform!
July 12, 2016
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Ride:
2014 Kawasaki Ninja ZX-6R ZX636
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Grip
5 / 5
Tread Life
3 / 5
First set of Pirellis don't disappoint
I ride a 2009 Triumph Street Triple 675 R. I've run Bridgestone BT016 & BT003RS and Dunlop Q2's previously as the price was right and I was looking for a tire that I absolutely love. I was in the market for new tires so I asked a helpful employee from Revzilla (sorry, man, I forgot your name and lost the email chain which had it) to recommend tires to me based upon my riding style and what I liked and disliked about my previous tire sets. He seemed knowledgeable and from his recommendations, I selected the Rosso III's to serve as my next everyday/occasional-track-day use tire. I just finished my first track-day on these and I can say that they are good. These aren't "track-day tires", but where I live there aren't any decent riding roads that I've found, so the track was the only place I could evaluate handling characteristics. Remember these are my experiences, and bike setup and riding style may affect outcomes.

Things I liked:
Grip and feedback from the front tire and feedback from the rear tire.
Perfect combination of agility and stability.
Soft-feeling.

Things that didn't leave much of an impression:
Grip from the rear coming off a turn at lean seemed only okay, but certainly no bad.

It's hard for me to make comparisons to other tires since it's been a while since I had fresh tires, but based on my (fallible) memory, the Rosso III is probably the best tire I've ridden on yet. It's hard for me to make too many assertions from one day at the track, since I was doing a heck of a lot more than just evaluating a set of tires, but the Rosso III's let me concentrate on learning the track and improve my riding without me having to think about the limitations of the tires, specifically.

Haven't gotten caught in rain yet, but it'll happen eventually. Given the tread pattern, it won't be the best rain tire, but I ride cautiously in the rain so wet traction doesn't really matter to me with street tires within reason.

Hope this info is useful.
April 25, 2016
Ride:
2009 Triumph Street Triple R
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Grip
5 / 5
Tread Life
5 / 5
Even better than the Rosso II
I have gone through abut 70% of this rear tire so far. By my estimates, I will get the same mileage from it as I had been getting from the last 4 Rosso II rears. However, the real bonus is how much better the Rosso III handles. When already deep into a corner, it is easier to add a bit more lean angle if needed. Whereas the Rosso II is less confidence inspiring near the edge of the tire. Grip is great with both tires but the Rosso III feels more hooked up when picking up the throttle to accelerate out of a turn. These are now my go to street tires.
July 3, 2016
Ride:
2015 Yamaha FJ-09
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Grip
5 / 5
Tread Life
5 / 5
Amazing Tire!
Big fan of Michelin 2CT tires, have tried several other brands. Tried Metzler SportTech M5, Apex Verge 2, etc.
This Pirelli’s are light, agile, heat up quick and provide solid grip on maximum lean angles. Wet traction proved reliable in an Atlanta downpour.

Amazing handling and response feel. Minimal steering input as the tire is very aware of your input.
On Blast off, the tire holds shape and launches my CBR 1000 RR. Excellent “Oh Crap” stops due to unexpected emergencies. Minimal skid on non-ABS bike.

Tread wear at 800 miles looks good, unsure about total lifespan yet. These tires make the bike feel lighter compared to other brands.

One track day at Barber Motorsports Track, brought down PSI a few pounds and they stuck like glue. I felt “safer” on them.

Best tire I have experienced. Not one complaint, well the price was a bit high, but no problem spending extra for say helmets and tires.

Waited some time for shipping, they must be selling like beer at a ballpark.

They can save your life.

Steve Newman
Atlanta, GA.
September 22, 2016
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Grip
5 / 5
Tread Life
5 / 5
After 1k review
I really can't say anything bad about these tires they do amazing in the rain and your grip is really good my only issue is that when running 3636 they felt rock hard but after dropping it 2 34 everything just seemed to feel a lot better. I rode on Bridgestone BT 16 Continental SaIII Dunlop Q 3 and these seem to feel right for my riding style. Tires show minimal wear and I come 40 miles highway 1 way every day to work (poetry). But I ride like a madman on weekends
August 3, 2016
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Ride:
2016 Suzuki GSX-R750
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Grip
5 / 5
Tread Life
5 / 5
These tires were everything they've said they were
I've had these tires on my 06' ZX10r for about 3 month's now and these tires live up to their expectations!! The grip, the control, the aggressive look. Worth the price they are! I've ran into a road with wet spots and it held its own! I've hit a loose gravel/Sandy patch and the tire slipped a bit but responded when it hit the road again. I really trust these tires with my life I don't see myself buying any other tire anytime soon.
July 5, 2016
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Ride:
2006 Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Grip
5 / 5
Tread Life
4 / 5
BEST STREET TIRES I'VE EVER USED
Great street tire from Pirelli. I'm 47 and have been through an endless amount of street and track tires in my time, but these Rosso III street tires have me seriously impressed. Of course you would not want for serious track days, just the same as you would not want track tires for the street. These tires inspire more confidence on "unpredictable roads" than any other street tire I have ever used. They heat up fast and even shrug off minor gravel patches and keep you upright rather than chewing pavement. I don't even think they can improve on this tire if they tried. I just love them and so will you! In fact even if you don't need tires... BUY THESE.
September 20, 2017
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Features
4 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Grip
5 / 5
Tread Life
3 / 5
Confidence inspiring tires
Now that I have my tires (Diablo Rosso III)for a few weeks, I've finally have had a chance to break them in and put them to work. They are awesome. I ride some fairly technical back roads in the foothills and lower mountain areas and these tires are expanding the trust I have in my bike. They say, you never know how strong something is until it breaks. In this case, how well the tires hook up... until they don't. Well, I don't want to find out that way so I've been gradually pushing them harder and harder all the while keeping my frame sliders looking like new. I'm a big guy and carry a lot of weight into a corner, but these tires aren't loosening their grip on the road one bit. My expectations are vastly exceeded. However, I have yet to experience the longevity/durability of these Rosso III's. I'm expecting 3k miles on the rear and about double that on the front (from previous experience with other street/track type tires). I am happy with that.
All in all, outstanding tires! Worth every penny.
November 9, 2016
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Grip
5 / 5
Tread Life
5 / 5
Best investment for your money's worth
I bought these tires Saturday and arrived on Tuesday. Fast shipping and on top of that these tires are amazing. Searched everywhere for the best price and revzilla absolutely beats everywhere. Got them installed today and still breaking them in but right off the bat they have outstanding traction for wet surfaces and being able to corner easily and smoothly. I guess we'll see how this summer plays off with them.
May 11, 2016
Ride:
2006 Suzuki GSX-R600
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Style
4 / 5
Grip
5 / 5
Tread Life
3 / 5
California Canyons
I came to the Rosso 3 from the factory tires on ny 15 Yammy R6. I had the Pirelli Diablo on a 12 Hayabusa. Ive also run Continental for long runs.

The Rosso 3 PERFORMS. The high profile of the tire makes it transition smoothly, and on point.

The tire also seems to promote you to lean a little harder with more confidence.

I think I found my forever tire.
February 26, 2017
Purchased
1 year ago
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Tim D on Oct 31, 2017
stickiest tire iv ever had
Jonathan D on Oct 16, 2017
Why not
Tim D on Oct 31, 2017
Highly recommended by my racer-mechanic.
STEPHEN S on Oct 30, 2017
stickiest tire iv ever had
Jonathan D on Oct 16, 2017
Direct upgrade to the Diablo Rosso II's on my Monster 821... why not?
James M on Aug 2, 2017
Currently running Rosso II tires. Decision also influenced by Revzilla video review and Chat advice regarding compatibility of using the Rosso III rear with a Rosso II on the front. Thanks
TC M on Aug 2, 2017
Bought the set. I just love the stability of Pirellis.
Johnny I on Aug 1, 2017
Read many reviews and based on that and the compound I decided on them
Stephen B on Jul 27, 2017
AMAZING tires! A++
Zeeshan A on Jun 18, 2017
Because there's some good traction, even in wet... which is good because I like to remain upright in most cases.
TOn! on Jun 17, 2017
Great tires, going to the track with them next week.
Steven R on May 29, 2017
mmmm grip
Joshua L on May 18, 2017
It seem like the best tire to give me great grip and longevity for the season
Timothy S on May 9, 2017
Performance and Longevity
Brue J on May 3, 2017
reviews looked great, priced pretty good. And mail in rebate
S O on Apr 29, 2017
great reviews and needed new tires
Michael W on Apr 22, 2017
same reason why I chose the Pirelli Diablo Rosso III front tire
Edward S on Apr 20, 2017
your video review of the product
Mickey C on Apr 12, 2017
great reviews
J J on Apr 12, 2017
Very good for track day, awesome on street and excellent on the raining Florida. Using it on my Aprilia Tuono V4 1100 Factory. My Pirelli Diablo Supercorsa needs to be replaced at 2700 miles, great tire for track, but not so good for Florida raining days.
Inxs44 on Apr 10, 2017
Great price, good reviews, and a rebate from Pirelli.
Jason M on Apr 5, 2017
I chose these tires because of the reviews and videos I scene on Revzilla
Bart O on Apr 4, 2017
wanted to try them to see if they are better than the Rosso II's that I currently run.
Philip C on Mar 31, 2017
Replacement tire for 2005 R1
Brian B on Mar 29, 2017
Spent too much time researching tires, in the end I copied my brother, has a set of these on his F4i and swears by them.
Dual compound is a nice touch
Jamie M on Mar 23, 2017
awesome tire
CrystallyAnn C on Feb 23, 2017
I chose these because of the reviews here and from other sources. Multiple detailed reviews mentioned specific points that I was looking for.
Jeff S on Feb 9, 2017
I want best performing sport bike tire for the street.
Vasily E on Feb 1, 2017
They look cool
RUBEN D on Nov 14, 2016
I have the Plrelli Diable Rosso II tires and i want to try these out before switching brands
Jorel J on Sep 19, 2016
replacing same, better set traction than Corsas my speed triple came with.
William K on Sep 6, 2016
I had Pirelli Diablo Corsa 2 tires before on my Hayabusa, those tires were great even on wet surface. Now is time to try the Diablo Rosso 3 tires.
Jorge V on Jul 22, 2016
the pr2s lasted long and had amazing grip
Khafid W on Jul 22, 2016
Recommended
CrazyCrash on Jul 21, 2016
Good reviews, good brand
Taran N on Jul 6, 2016
for street and track it was these or the q3s but i was told by some fellow track guys that the q3s get greasy in the heat. Will try the q3s next to compare.
Mihai V on Jun 12, 2016
wanted a Pirelli with mainly street features and ability to handle the occasional track day
Tim L on Jun 4, 2016
great tire for the price
Justin R on Apr 27, 2016
Had the Diablo ii great tires I love Pirelli

Rides a Ducati
Sikyly P on Apr 20, 2016
Tread pattern looks awesome and performance should be promising and I hope to find out soon! Revzilla also had the lowest price for front and rear tire after some research.
Sovoeung P on Apr 5, 2016
Listed on revzilla's site as one of the best of 2016.
Jose S on Mar 14, 2016
Highly recommended by my racer-mechanic.
STEPHEN S on Oct 30, 2017
Direct upgrade to the Diablo Rosso II's on my Monster 821... why not?
James M on Aug 2, 2017
Hi,where was this tyre manufactured?I'm positive that front comes from China and rear Germany .Cheers
A shopper on Feb 8, 2016
Revzilla, can you give more information as to where this tire falls in the Diablo line up? Between the Rosso II, Rosso III and Corsa? Pirelli's website isn't clear on this either. What are technical dfference 'tween the R2 and R3? Is the R3 softer like the Corsa? or a harder dual compound like the Rosso II?
Philip C on Feb 8, 2016
BEST ANSWER: The Diablo Rosso III is the direct successor of the Diablo Rosso II.

The Diablo lineup now consists of the Rosso III, the Rosso Corsa and the Supercorsa SP.
The Rosso III is the most street-orientated tyre with occasional. The Corsa is more track-orientated, while the Supercorsa SP is more of a race tire woith street homologation. Have a look at the video about the Pirelli Diablo lineup on this page and it will be clear. Only notice the R2 is replaced by the R3.

The technical difference is that the the new R3 has a new compound wich consists of more silica, a new structure and a new profile.
How does this compare to the Pilot Power 3 2CT?
A shopper on Mar 8, 2016
BEST ANSWER: The Michelin PP3 2CT and the Pireli DR3 are in the same leauge and therefore they are comparible.

The Pirelli's are newer however and meet the latest technologies, it's the direct successor of the DR2.
I expect the Pirelli's will perform better on the track than the PP3 as the Michelins tend to run hot and start smearing.
When will 160 be available?
A shopper on Mar 23, 2016
I have a 2007 R1, Mostly street riding with a lot of twisties. I do ride in rain sometimes, Do I buy Michelin PR4 or Pirelli Diablo Rosso 3?
A shopper on Apr 3, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Pilot Roads are more of a sport-touring tire. If you do a lot of twisties with a sporty pace, you will need a grippy sport tire who gives a lot of grip and therefore I recommend the DR3's. Pirelli claimed they have increased the wet performance compared to the DR2, so it should do well in the wet too.

The PR4 will offer good water drainage due to their profile, but the compound of this tire a harder then the Pirelli DR3. They will last longer then the Pirelli's and you can ride very well in the twisties with them, but they won't offer the same dry grip as the pirelli's.

You compare a sports tire with a sport-touring tire, so ask yourself the questin if you ride hard enough to need the grip of a sports tire. If you do ride hard I recommend the Rosso 3 but if you like to steer but don't ride the piss out of you're R1 PR4'S (or Pirelli Angel ST/GT's) will do fine and offer a higher mileage.
Looking for a tyre for the twisties but I have to ride 150km to get to them . So what is best suted the rosso 3 or angle GT ?
A shopper on Mar 23, 2017
BEST ANSWER: The Rosso III will inspire more confidence. The grip on these tires is exceptional to say the least and they ride nice too.
would they by any chance release more sizes? I need 240 for my diavel.
Jack L on Sep 23, 2016
how will the aspect ratio affect the ride of my bike?
A shopper on Mar 13, 2016
How do these tires compare against Rosso Corsa in terms of longevity and grip?
I own a 2014 Triumph STR and had Corsa tires as stock. These are only tires I have experience on so can't comment how it fairs against any other tire. My rear tire has started to worn out at about 4500 miles which I expect is the normal life-period for the Corsa tires. I do mostly street riding and do not plan on taking to track anytime soon although I do push on twisties occasionally. My only complain about the corsa front is that if you are taking a slow turn and there are road patches with a bit of loose sand, I have to be chicken slow on my turn and keep the bike upright because no matter how much heat, the front will slip on that patch.
Siddharth S on Jul 17, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Buy them. You will not regret a thing. I was in the same boat last year with my bike. I bought a 14 Triumph Daytona 675r and it came with Supercorsa's on it. So I was used to the insane amount of grip they had. When I went through the rear I was afraid to try out too non aggressive of a tire, so I got a rosso corsa, and once I wore that out I needed a new front too. So early this season I bout these rosso iii's, and I love them. I also currently only street ride. Alot of highway commuting but I do like to get out and pound the twisties whenever I get the chance. And I feel just as confident on these as I did on the Supercorsa's. I'm sure on a track the Supercorsa's and even the rosso corsa's would feel alot better, but for the street, you'll be perfectly happy with the rosso iii's. As for longevity, I cannot say yet. I have about 2500 miles on them so far and they're starting to flat spot in the middle ever so slightly. I'm guessing I'll get around 5000 out of them. Maybe a little bit more. I'm definitely buying these again once I'm due for fresh rubbers though.
Hi, I'm fighting with what tire to get. I have a 2016 BMW S1000RR with Supercorsa V2 on them. Never going to use the tires the way they should be driven. However I am a spirited rider. I've been looking at the S21R, Q3, M7RR and ofcource Rosso II and the III. I'm alittle concerned about tire life however like I said I'm a spirited rider. Lastly some of the tires only offer a 200/50/17 when BMW recommends 200/55/17. Will I notice or will there be a big difference? I like the Pirelli but wondering about others maybe. Appreciate all your videos and advise.
Anthony R on Nov 21, 2016
BEST ANSWER: If you don't drive long distance on expressways then any of them will be good choice. I always use Pirelli and I am pretty happy with their development. Rosso III I think is better tire then Rosso II. Specially when wet.
If BMW recommends 200/55/17, stick with it!
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