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Michelin Pilot Power Rear Tires

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The Michelin Pilot Power is a staple in their lineup that performs well on the street or on the race track for track days. Proper tire pressure is key for both performance and tire life. We have included a tire pressure reference below for both the street and race track that have been known to work well. If you choose to tune your tire pressures to your riding style it is best practice to begin with the street pressures the manufacturer of your bike suggest and adjust according to your riding style as needed. For long rides or prolonged high speed operation street pressures are recommended. Tire pressure adjustment is done at your own risk.

Track Pressures:

  • Front: start with street pressures and adjust no lower than 31 psi cold
  • Rear: start with street pressures and adjust no lower than 28 psi cold. If you find yourself spinning the rear tire excessively at 28 psi you simply need more grip and should move to a different tire that offers more traction.

These are the best street tires I've ever ridden in my life. -Steve Atlas, Roadracing World.

You don't have to be a world champion to get your hands on Michelin MotoGP tire technology. The Pilot Power uses synthetic-rubber components that were originally developed for MotoGP racing, minimizing warm-up time and optimizing traction for acceleration and braking. Its excellent feedback at the limit makes it an ideal for extreme roadriding and trackdays. The Michelin Pilot Power: 100%-pure racing ingredients.

  • The tire that revolutionized the hypersport segment.
  • Progressive handling even in extreme situations.
  • Maintains stability under hard acceleration.
  • Rapid warm-up time thanks to MotoGP technology.
  • Even at lower temperatures, rubber mix remains soft to provide excellent grip from the start of your ride.
  • Tread pattern covers less than 12% of the tire's surface, maximizing contact patch Unprecedented lean angles: 50.6 degrees in the dry, 41.9 degrees in the wet.
  • W-rated radial tire for speeds up to 168 mph.

OEM Replacements:

  • 120/70ZR-17 B: BMW K1200R/R1200S.
  • 120/70ZR-17 E: Honda 599.
  • 120/70ZR-17 P:Yamaha R6 06/08 and R1 07.

Manufactured Sizes:

  • Front: 110/70-17, 120/60-17, 120/65-17, 120/70-17.
  • Rear: 150/60-17, 160/60-17, 170/60-17, 180/55-17, 190/50-17.

Michelin Performance Ratings:

All Michelin ratings are on a scale of 1-5: 5 - Excellent, 4 - Very Good, 3 - Good, 2 - Medium, 1 - Not recommended.

  • Track: 2
  • Highway: 4
  • Sport: 5
  • Commuting: 3
  • Dry grip: 5
  • Wet grip: 5
  • Durability: 4
  • Handling: 5
  • Comfort: 4