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What sort of mileage have you got or are expecting to get from them?
I can't afford to keep putting new tyres on every couple of months, hoping these are better than what I've tried so far.
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What sort of mileage have you got or are expecting to get from them?
I can't afford to keep putting new tyres on every couple of months, hoping these are better than what I've tried so far.
I have now arround 3000 km done and they look like 2000 more for sure maybe 3000 so cca. 6000 all toghether and i have to say i dont threat them nicely.

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I'm definitely looking in to these tires. I'm reading the reviews on them and they are the best, better than any other tire for wet weather. That would be my only concern too, is how many miles will I get from them. I'd at least want 3,500.


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had a set fitted today so fingers crossed
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I'm definitely looking in to these tires. I'm reading the reviews on them and they are the best, better than any other tire for wet weather. That would be my only concern too, is how many miles will I get from them. I'd at least want 3,500.


Can we get more opinions? What's everyone else riding with and what are your opinions?
??? cca. 3000 km u get from pirelli supercorsa SC1 SC2 which were not allowed for street really bcs of non silica to problematic in rain but we drove them anyway bcs they were so sticky.
I was really dissapointed from OEM tires lasted only 3000-3500 km and that was including Brake-in period.
So when u seek only 3500 km from M7RR then u can do some burn outs too. looool.

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Ive got the m7rrs on now and am so happy with them, transformed the bike in such a good way. I've only got 1500miles on them but they still look barely broken in. I got close to 6000 miles with them on my z1000 and i ride them hard. Last longer and stick better then anything ive tried considering its a road tire that does well in the wet.
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One of my mates has them on his 1000 F and last time I heard, he'd got 7000 km on them and they were still in good shape.
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I've put one on the rear which has done about 5000ks & it is looking decidedly second hand. Never had a moment with it, but never tried it in the rain either. I have a set in the shed, so just now i'll fit the pair, then I'll know for sure as we are coming into Winter.
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??? cca. 3000 km u get from pirelli supercorsa SC1 SC2 which were not allowed for street really bcs of non silica to problematic in rain but we drove them anyway bcs they were so sticky.
I was really dissapointed from OEM tires lasted only 3000-3500 km and that was including Brake-in period.
So when u seek only 3500 km from M7RR then u can do some burn outs too. looool.
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