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Old 09-10-2019, 08:30 PM   #1
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Hey all, I have a few sets of tires that are old but with plenty of tread on them. They might be good for wearing out on the track, an emergency set to keep you going while you save up for a new set or to do burn outs until they bust, that'll be your call.

Long story short the set of Pirelli Super Corsa SP2 are on a set of spare wheels I keep for my commuter if/when I go to the track, these are dated 2015/2016. Although they are older than some would like, they have been stored in my garage and used only a few hundred miles. IMO they are still good but I feel if I don't get rid of them soon, they'll just go to waste. So my loss is your gain.

I also have a set of Michelin Pilot Power 3 dated 2014, these might be good for doing some stunting and just burning them out on the pavement.

The last set are Michelin Road 5 dated 2017 with about 10K miles on them with some squaring pattern due to lots of commuter miles. These might be good for keeping your ride going while you save up for your new set.

I have a tire changer and tools so you can always ride over and I'll even mount and balance them for you (slight fee may apply...BTW, I do like me some Lagunitas IPA hint, hint)

Anyway, figured pricing will be based on the quality and/or usefulness of the tire, the PP3 $20 (each), the Road 5 $50 (for the set) The Diablo Super Corsa Sp2 $30 (each)

Just a note I will not be readily available until this Sunday and a couple of evenings the starting of next week but they are currently mounted to rims so I would need to demount them if you're just interested if the tires and not mounting.

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Not like the whole world is beating a path to this site to see them They sorta fit on my 4k monitor lol
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So, I could actually use some new tires. Which set have the most tread left, the PR5? I am pretty tempted to come down to you and have you switch em out. And I'm willing to bet they will fit perfectly on my VFR!
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So, I could actually use some new tires. Which set have the most tread left, the PR5? I am pretty tempted to come down to you and have you switch em out. And I'm willing to bet they will fit perfectly on my VFR!
In all honesty, the best set I have are the Pirelli Super Corsas. These are actually on the VFR spare wheels which I throw on when I do track time with my commuter. Very low mileage but warning, if you ride fast in the canyons and/or do a lot of track time, they will not last long but you will not doubt their grip!

The Road 5 set do have decent amount tread but they are squaring off and I would only recommend them as a temporary set to get you through until you have money or a new set.

At the moment I believe my Wednesday and Friday this week I'll be working from home, so if you have time during the week on those days let me know and I'll pull them off for you.
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The Road 5s are not near where I would have replaced them so there may be a commuter out there that would love them. Big Panda I suspect is closer to not liking them than not but don't let that scare everybody off. There are enough spider webs on these things somebody should grab up these tires All of them, hard to believe nobody out there needs good cheap tires.
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Im looking to replace the tires on my VFR that are a touch past their wear bars. I use it as a commuter 90% of the time and want whichever ones will give me the longest tread wear, I suspect thats the PR5s. Plus my PR4s are already squared so I wont even notice the difference!

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