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  • Pirelli Scorpion MX 486 Hard Terrain

    Pirelli Scorpion MX 486 Hard Terrain

    JEFF in CO

    Dual sport tire for mainly off road use

    On big heavier dual sport bikes, we struggle to find a front tire that wears well and still performs well off road. Having tried the Dunlop 606 as well as the Pirelli MT-21, the 486 Hard Terrain is dramatically better in off road performance. I found that the other DS tires lasted, but they were a very hard compound with a stiff sidewall and low profile. The Dunlop and the MT-21 were terrible on loose rocks because they never seemed to flex properly at the pressures necessary not to pinch flat. The 486 is available in the larger 90-100-21 so it has more meat to absorb sharp edges, while still flexing well in loose rocks. I would have been happy if it performed well but wore out fast. But, after 1100 miles of mixed conditions and a fair amount street riding, you can still see the cut-outs on the outer face of the center knobs. I highly recommend this tire for aggressive off road and dual sport riding.

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  • Pirelli MT 43 Pro Trials Tire

    Pirelli MT 43 Pro Trials Tire

    Todd in CA

    I Love these tires and use them exclusively

    I use these tires front and rear on my 2012 KTM 350 EXC-F. I use it for about 50% rough trail riding, and 50% street riding. These tires work GREAT! They have a ton of traction off road, much better than a full knobby, unless I'm in really deep mud or sand. They hook up amazing on hard-pack, rocks, and normal dirt. They last about 2 1/2 times as long as knobby tires. They work great on the street; great cornering and braking. The street bikers that I ride with sometimes are amazed at how fast I can go with these tires. I can corner as fast as any sport bike on twisty canyon roads. These tires have a ton of grip, but you have to ride them differently than knobby's. With these tires you don't want to spin them to raise the revs. I use the clutch for that, and try to keep these hooked up all the time when I ride. If you like to blast around and spin your rear tire - these are not for you. If you like to HAUL, and want to stay attached to the ground, these work great.

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  • Pirelli Scorpion MX 32 Soft To Mid Terrain

    Pirelli Scorpion MX 32 Soft To Mid Terrain

    AARON in NY

    nice tire

    Great tire...will be buying again

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  • Pirelli Scorpion XC Mid To Hard Terrain

    Pirelli Scorpion XC Mid To Hard Terrain

    Robert in TX

    Great Mud/Sand/Int.

    I bought this tire after spending a day on a buddy's bike in the mud. I had ridden it before in sand and loam and liked it, but didn't see a huge advantage over my MX51. But after seeing how it handled in the mud as well, I was sold. Great all round tire. We do tons of riding on rocks too. Great grip, and holds up surprisingly well.

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  • Pirelli MT66-Route Rear Motorcycle Tire

    Pirelli MT66-Route Rear Motorcycle Tire

    David in Florida

    Actual mileage on set of tires

    Total confidence in the Pirelli MT66 tire. 20,155 odometer reading when installed on 12/27/2010 32,487 odometer reading when replaced on 03/21/2015. No issues until worn out, you will know they are worn out the first time you get that " pucker factor" on a gouge/ripple in the road. 12,000+ miles is good enough for me. Let me know whats better and I may try them.

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  • Pirelli Scorpion Pro F.I.M.

    Pirelli Scorpion Pro F.I.M.

    Kyle in California

    90/90 Size? Not Really, it's a skinny 80/100 size!

    I was looking for a wider size front tire, like the Dunlop mx52 or mx81 and decided to try these Pro FIM tires for the front. Boy, these are a skinny (not 90/90) and very HARD, when going thru rock gardens these tires deflect and want to roll sideways, Bump absorbsion is terrible! I am taking them off after one weekend of running canyons and sand washes. I was coming from a MX52 front and will be going back to that!

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