Pirelli Diablo Rosso II Rear Tire

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    Pirelli Diablo Rosso II Rear Tire

    Hyper street riding has met its tire. Being the sole provider of tires to the World Superbike Championship, Pirelli brings you superbike technology for the real world streets. With its dual compound rubber and race bred grip, the Diablo Rosso II gives unparalleled traction, confidence and mileage.
    • Bi-Compound design gives long lasting mileage on the road and superb grip at full lean
    • Pirelli Enhanced Patch Technology (EPT) optimizes the contact patch for improved grip
    • Functional Groove Design (FGD) to optimize wet road riding behavior
    • Provides exceptional braking grip and feel

    Read the MotorcycleUSA.com review of the Pirelli Diablo Rosso II Tire here: Pirelli Diablo Rosso II Tire Review

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      EXCELLENT

      The BEST tires I've put on my bike. 2011 GSXR 750. Good in the rain too.

      Jodie - September 30, 2014

      (Florida, FL)

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      Great tires.

      I have put about 500 miles on these tires so far and they have been very good. I even got caught in a heavy downpour on my way home from work and I didn't slip at all. Not sure about the tread life though, only had them a month. Will most likely buy them again.

      Jonathan - September 19, 2014

      (Ironton, OH)

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      Low Mileage

      I really liked this profile and the bike handled very well. However, the rear tire only got about half the mileage as the Michelin Road Pilot, which is significant.

      Douglas - July 23, 2014

      (Ridgway, CO)

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      Awesome Tire

      Great tire! Super sticky with great traction. I haven't really rode in the rain much, however when I have this tire seems to handle well. This tire came on my bike so I just replaced it with the same one since it performed great from the start. I'd definitely get them again!

      Jerome - July 21, 2014

      (San Mateo, CA)

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      Great tire

      Such an improvement over OEM Dunlops. Just beg to go deeper into the corners, with a good smooth progression into and out of the lean angle. Only complaint was wear life. Only got 6,000 miles with generally gentle usage. OEM Dunlops got 18,000. And when they started to go away they went away in a hurry.

      Jeff - June 09, 2014

      (Overland Park, KS)

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      Pirelli Diablo Rossa II

      Great tire. Very sticky. It was great on dry pavement and on some wet stuff, also has a great edge for high speed cornering when it counts. Keeps me rubberside down in our crazy canyon runs. Good price, fast shipping, great products. Another win for me and another happy customer.

      Chris - April 21, 2014

      (Fort Collins, CO)

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      Excellent Choice

      The Diablo Rosso II is perfect for my Ninja 300 both on the track, the street and through the twisties in the canyons. I like them so much I bought a backup set!!!

      Anne-Barbara - April 19, 2014

      (Carlsbad, CA)

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      perfect tire

      Great price, easy choice.

      Cristina - April 02, 2014

      (Los Angeles, CA)

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      Unbelievable

      These are the best tires I have ever ridden. The traction in the wet is way beyond the speed I have the guts to ride. 5,600 miles out of the rear and will get double that on the front. The center wore out because of too low a tire pressure. I am running 3-4 more psi than before. In the 20's and 30's it takes a few miles to warm up the tires.

      Bad Bob - January 13, 2014

      (Nashville, TN)

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      Diablo Rosso II

      This model is the best on the market, only being rivaled by Dunlop's Q series. It has superb dry handling with excellent feedback and its wet capabilities are stunning. This tire is the best option for full lean angles on the street or a track day. Rear mileage 4000, front replaced at same point but had much more life left. Honda CBR 600RR.

      Ryan B. - December 13, 2013

      (Troy, OH)

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      Wholy Carp!

      Bought for my 07 Ninja 650R replacing worn out Shinko Raven's. They are very sticky compared to the Shinkos. I must quote another reveiw and say that they feel like the bike is connected to the road, not just riding on top of it. They are much more stable. Got caught in the rain the day they were installed and they did great. Their traction wet is as good as my old tires were dry. I'm hoping for at least 5-7K miles out of this set. I will definitely buy again.

      Talon - November 20, 2013

      (Orlando, FL)

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      Pirelli Diablo Rosso II rear tire

      I put one on my Yamaha WR250 R/X. My only complaint is the tire isn't as wide as the other tires I have used. (Continental and Shinko) All have been 150/60/17. This doesn't affect the performance of the tire, I just prefer the look of a FAT tire on my bike. I have not had the tire long enough to comment on tread life but my guess is tread life will be good.

      Bill - August 12, 2013

      (murphysboro, IL)

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      Big fat tire

      This tire looks good on the Diavel and is a good quality tire as well.

      Cornel G. - July 11, 2013

      (McAllen , TX)

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      Excellent Quality

      These have similar grip to the Diablo Corsa III's I replaced, which is quite a lot. The feature I most like is how well they regain grip after a slide -- for example, if I hit a sandy/wet spot while cornering. The instant they're back on dry tarmac they're rock solid. Also the ones I got balanced up with very little weight added.

      John W - June 26, 2013

      (Omaha, NE)

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      Pirelli Rosso II rear tire on collector Ducati 996 superbike

      These Pirellis were mounted with my No-Mar tire changer and balancer replacing original Michelin tires with only 691 miles due to age. Original Michelin rear tire had some weight from the factory and the Pirelli required a bit more to get perfect balance on the balancer verified vibration free at high speeds on the bike. Wet traction and tread life ratings are estimates as this is a collector bike ridden occasionally and never in rain. I have been riding since and repairing motorcycles since 1965.

      Dave K. - June 19, 2013

      (Port Huron, MI)
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