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|View Poll Results: DO you like dunlop d208's?|
|Yeah they are alright, nothing special.||18||40.00%|
|They suck hard ass.||10||22.22%|
|Never used them.||7||15.56%|
|Best tire ever!||5||11.11%|
|dont hate 'em dont love 'em||5||11.11%|
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Originally Posted by Casket Crew
Mich pilot H2s are what I moved to after a set of 207s and then 208s I slid all over the place with dunlop tires the pilots are 10000% better
Originally Posted by evils-03-RR
glad I wasn't the only one. I had the worst luck with my 208s. Seeing they were my first tires ever, I have a really hard time with being confident on my bike. I get scared in corners cause my 208's slid out so many times, even in the best road conditions "nice warm newer black top no rain for over a week" My BT010 has inspired more confidence in me as of lately I'm less frightened of the corners, but I still have a huge fear of the corner for sliding.
My next tires will be something that has 100% feedback when it comes to stickiness. Tread life is nothing to me as I've put 3 rear tires on my bike in 4400 miles.
Originally Posted by Desp
3 tires in 4400 miles?? Are you doing burnouts all of the time or something? I got 5500 miles out of my 207's, which I thought were horrible.
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