January 12, 2011(peoria, AZ)
One word, PERFECT.
May 20, 2010(surprise, AZ)
do a lot of track days and this is the best period. wet wasn’t bad but its not a wet weather tire and not a sport touring either so good marks on that area to but the tires are straight up sticky nothing better out there
November 17, 2009(Oceanside, CA)
These tires came stock on my Ducati. I live in SoCal, so the wet traction hasn't been much of an issue except when I have found myself on a water covered off ramp the tires slid out under agressive cornering, but tracked right back up again. I have 1900 miles on my bike now and the tires are still looking healthy. I went to my first track day with these tires and all I can say is wow. I have not had any issues with cold tires. Even though they are expensive, how can I put a 100 dollar price difference on my safety.
Parker Donnelly -
September 22, 2009(Springfield, MO)
These tires do cost a little more, but they are great. Best tires I've ever had. Great grip for street and track. They don't take long to heat up, and they even grip good cold. Not very good wet, because it's almost a slick. No chicken strips with these tires. If you are thinking about Pirelli tires, I say go for it.
A bit costly but worth it.
Augustin Francois -
June 09, 2009(McDonough, GA)
This tire is really sticky soft and holds the road great. Rode them in the rain and felt a little slippage. Other than that they are great. I have gotten over 4500 miles on them and still has life for about 1000 more. Probably the best tires you can get for dry conditions. Paid over $280 for the rear tire and wish they were cheaper; I have fallen in love with them but may have to change to something else due to the cost.
Pirelli Diablo SC awsome tire
August 08, 2008(Mckenzie, TN)
If u told me 3 days ago I would be riding on Pirelli tires I would have laughed at you but, as I found out they are awesome they grip like glue and don’t let go. Have great strait line stability and crazy amounts of rider feedback at extreme lean angles. The warm up time is not so hot I recommend tire warmers, but after a few laps to get some heat in them they are awesome. I am running 30psi of nitrogen up front and 28psi in the rear. The front is an SC1 (super soft) the rear an SC2 (soft)they are nice and sticky. I do not recommend they be run on the street it’s just not possible to keep them at safe operating temps.