Michelin Power Supersport Front Tire

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Michelin Power Supersport Front Tire

An all-new dual-compound track day tire from Michelin.

All-new compounds on front and rear enhance dry grip
  • Newest generation of Michelin rubber compounds
  • 7.5% grooved tread ratio

2CT+ Technology on the rear for added stability and handling at full lean
  • 2CT+ extends harder compound underneath the softer shoulder compound, for added cornering stability – especially when accelerating out of turns

Benchmark for longevity vs. competing tires
  • Rubber compounds developed in World Endurance Championship racing, where durability and grip are equally important

Adaptable pressure for maximizing track conditions
  • 30 psi front and 27 psi rear for track use
  • Item # 56579
  • SKU #484880
  • Mfr. Part # 87-9857
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Best Tire Out There

This tire has the grip of the Power One and the Life span of the Road Pilot 3. 1500 miles of hard riding in the mountains of GA and NC. Not one slip. No rain so I am guessing at wet traction.

Motoracer28 - December 12, 2013

(Tampa, FL)
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Great tire

Have not had the opportunity to ride during rain, but I do not expect greatest wet traction out of a tire made for agility and speed. I have not put enough miles to gauge the life of the tire.

Nick V. - May 29, 2013

(Denver City, TX)
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