I can get these as track take-off's for $50-$75, depending on how many I buy, it's an excellent deal.... What a great tire. I went from Battalax, to Angel GT's and now the Super Corsa's, lasted me quite a while unfortunately a metal fragment in my rear the other day did one in! Probably going to get them again too.
I have purchased several brands over the years. haven't gotten to perelli yet. My greatest wish is that some company would make a tire for the high heat of Texas roads and high torque bikes, mine is a 1854cc Yamaha Raider. Look, our weather gets @ 100 to 110 average , so the road is @ 120 to 130 . Add the increase in temperature from a high tirque bike and the average tire just will not hold up past 4000 miles before threads show up. That is also without ever doing any burn outs, just doing normal driving. Screw wet road conditions. Most guys do NOT ride in wet anyway. So PLEASE make a durable tire.i.e. if a truck tire can go 40000 why not a bike tire to REALLY do 12k? PLEASE.
Came on my ktm 690 r I have 4000 miles on them with maybe 1000 left. Ride it every day. TRY to stay out of the throttle. Way better then expected on road. Can all but drag pegs before sliding on pavement. A little loose in sand. No problems anywhere else other then in rain and high winds. Like I said, every day. Great hookup in almost all conditions. Will use again.
My riding partner uses the MT16 on the rear of his KTM520 exclusively, claiming they work really well and last longer than almost anything else. He's been telling me I should try one for quite a few years now. Being a hardcore Dunlop guy, I have thought the MT16 was too old school to even consider. But since I usually go through 4+ sets of tires per year I finally gave in and decided to try one to see if it might last a bit longer as he said. As much as I hate to admit it, I have found that the MT16 does work quite well, and without a doubt lasts much longer. It sure surprised me.