Bridgestone Battlax BT--012 Rear Tire

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    160/60HR-15 E

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    Bridgestone Battlax BT--012 Rear Tire

    • Sport touring radials that were created to offer the best in performance and mileage
    • Provides the ultimate in grip and handling
    • Features 3D-CTDM (comprehensive Tire Design Method) is advanced tire design technology that enables dynamic, three-dimensional simulations of tire performance to find optimum design at all lean angles
    • H-Rated for speeds up to 130 mph
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    Yamaha
    160/60HR-15 E = T-max (2009)

    • Item # 20799
    • SKU #194635
    • Mfr. Part # 129838
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    What Other Riders Are Saying...

    Stability

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    lame tire

    Rubbish tire.. Slippery, not that good at cornering. Only good for those who using the bike to go to work in manner way .. BORING !!

    Mick - October 17, 2012

    (nimba, OH)

    Stability

    Cornering

    Dry Traction

    Wet Traction

    Tread life

    No chicken strips here.

    I have this tire (OEM) on my '09 TMAX and let me say WOW! I come from sport bikes so when I wow, take my word for it. I have about 5.5k on it and it still has enough tread to get me maybe another 2.5k safe miles. Florida is flat without many turns, but when a turn coming up, you can scratch your ears on the ground without any drama. Great tire, I don't know why Yamaha change them on the TMAX.

    Michael T. - January 23, 2012

    (Sarasota, FL)
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