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PIRELLI: DIABLO ROSSO II SET
Nick (Forked River )
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.
Robert (Lemont )
This is the second set of Bridgestone tires I have bought for my bike. They handle great and the white letters look terrific. The tread life is average, but the handling makes up for it. I have no ties to Bridgestone, But I only purchase Bridgestone for my cars also. Again the grip makes up for the average tread life.
lonnie (san diego )
only have 1000 miles on it no bad stuff but I am watching because people warned me about separation in tread on other Yamaha Roadliners. we will see if it goes 7000 miles.
Leonardo (Palm Beach Gardens )
This tire is great good traction and stability I'm so satisfied with my purchase.
sdguy (San Marcos )
I like the Q3. I haven't ridden in the wet but no issues with anything else. 2600-2800miles per rear on my 1290 Superduke.
Newton (Jefferson )
First ride,tires felt very good,solid feel. Winter day ride in north GA. Dry roads. Built cornering confidence very quick lean angles and holding the line where good. Found my self at a quick pace very happy with the T30 EVOs. Can't wait to see how many miles I get out of them.