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Tyres- Road Attack 2

Discussion in 'CARC' started by loftyjohn, Mar 2, 2010.

  1. loftyjohn

    loftyjohn Cruisin' Guzzisti

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    Hi gang

    I have been running Conti Road Attacks on my Stelvio and I have been very pleased with the all round performance during summer and winter riding ;)
    I noticed that Conti have released a Road Attack 2 during January.
    Has any one tried them yet?
    How different are they?
    Can you mix the new rears with the old front ones?





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  2. bobw

    bobw Cruisin' Guzzisti

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    I saw these too and share your interest having had great results with both the Roads and Sports and the Trail Attack is lacking in our sizing :angry: . I try to change tires in matched sets, but also have run mixed brands with no problems. I like the handling and wear benefits of sport and sport touring combo's, e.g., road attack rear, sport attack front, PR2 rear, PP2ct front, etc.

    I see Pirelli has a new 190/55-17 rear as original equipment on the new Ducati MS, but still skips over our 180 in their new Scorpian Trail. So many new generation tires and we are still limited to the old options, Metz 06, Mich Pilot Road, etc.

    http://www.us.pirelli.com/web/tyres...duro_street/en_US/SCORPION TRAIL/default.page
     

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