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    yikes... sorry. typo. its 110/70-17

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    I just saw this one on a p150 .its a 140/70 and its a pirelli he quoted 2800 for that .Has any one heard about it ?
    Im gettin too much confused I think i will stick to a new stock tyre

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    Quote Originally Posted by winzeee View Post
    @LP i was looking for a replacement for my p150 (Both F and R).Dont want to put the stock ones again .So any thing better than that
    (17" alloy wala )
    Hey!! 17" incher's have got a plenty of variety.. P150 Genuinely..
    You can go for:
    1) 2.75 17" (Tube/Tubeless) MRF Nylo Zapper FS and Rear 100/90 MRF Nylo Zapper -C (Tube/Tubeless)
    2) 3.00 17" (Tube/Tubeless) MRF Nylo Zapper FS and Rear 110/90 VeeRubber/IRC (Tube/Tubeless)
    3) 90/90 17" (Tube/Tubeless) MRF Nylo Zapper FS and Rear 120/80 MRF Nylo Zapper FS / VeeRubber / IRC (Tube/Tubeless)
    4) 90/80 17" MRF Nylo Zapper FY (Tubeless) and Rear 100/80 MRF Nylo Zapper S (Tubeless)
    5) 90/80 17" MRF Nylo Zapper FY (Tubeless) and Rear 120/80 MRF Nylo Zapper VYDE (Tubeless)
    6) MRF 100/60 (Tubeless) Yamaha FZ-16, 140/60 MRF Revz (Tubeless) Yamaha FZ-16


    There Are many more combinations if you want to go in for some stuff like DUNLOP Geo_Cruiser,Dunlop Mosnter,Metro Continental,Wagerah wagerah..

    Quote Originally Posted by shadez View Post
    hi guys / LP (tyre guru highly in demand! ):
    had an IRC running for quite sometime. 170/70-17:

    sorry for low quality. cropped frm: Picasa Web Albums - Shadez - Autoz

    need a change because now that its worn out, it skids wildly esp when the road is wet. a small water/oil spill and you can see me going whoosh...
    According to me,It is pretty good until now,if you feel it is loosing grip,try running it on an air pressure of 30/32 PSI and every Sunday,Take a cloth and wipe the tyre by diesel,for a couple of weeks...It Would Help..
    Quote Originally Posted by shadez View Post
    any suggestions on the best tyre for replacement? looking for 110-120/70-17 tyres if possible. i prefer 70 to 80 for better cornering.
    and yeah, am a tourer basically. so it should hold ground in all types of so called roads.
    70 OR 80 does help much,What Matters is how GUTS have you got to lean the bike,80 is more than sufficient because when you go in for 70 section the tyre is more curved at the edge rather than giving you support it revokes it,also when you tapper it much more than required it will roll as if it is taking hickups..
    Tried it on FZ-16,you can lean it well,but when you push the tyre hard,it creates a problem...


    @ Winzip: you need to Change to tyre Fast,its almost gone, may be close to 1.5 OR 2k KMS max...
    Last edited by L.P.; 02-04-2009 at 02:02 AM.
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    Once again teh same Post with some additions:

    Quote Originally Posted by L.P. View Post
    P.S: Prices May vary.. these were the prices i knew..any changes pls corect me!!


    I) Dunlop Monster..(800/- INR in delhi) if you have a bit of offroad on your dailly commute way..then its good.. 100% tarmac.. waste..

    II) Geo Cruiser.. (800/- INR in delhi): The THE worst tyre... good for nothing.. the cheapest tyre..many people use it..but trust me its THE worst...

    III) Ceat: SECURA Zoom(1300/- INR in delhi): the only Dual purpose tyre..that motorcyles can bear wit...

    IV) Ceat: MOCROSS (1800/- INR in delhi): 100% OFF road tyre..useless for you..
    rest ceat.. no much idea..

    V) MRF Zapper Q..(12-1500/- INR in delhi): THE BEST FRO ZMA .. 120/80 section.. tubeless.. direct fit... no probs.. ultimate grip..even on water.. after Nylozapper FS and S,it is the tyre that gives the best water resource planning and awesome grip on water on tarmac..

    VI) Pireli.. (18-2000/- INR in delhi) :Way to costly.. and gives you awesome grip.. but not on water,also a bit of soft compound..so wear's Off fast..


    VII) Last but not the least.. there are a couple of more brands:

    RALCO(650/- INR in delhi): Useless,this company earlier manufactured tyre for rickshaw's and cycles..with the brand name of "RALSON"..
    Reason being: tryes very hard,and heavy,gives a lot of stress to the engine..god for person's who are learning wheeliee's ..

    METRO CONTINENTAL(800/- INR in delhi): IF you put up in chhera punji or myswarryam..then this tyre is THE BEST ..

    KINGS(1200/- INR in delhi):100% chineese tyres.. worthless.. waste of money...

    VEE RUBBER(17-1800/- INR in delhi):Very nice tyres.. awesome grip.. soft compound..provides a less grip when comes in contact with water + tarmac..
    rest in all fine..

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    Ok.. A couple Of more updates Reg the Tyres:
    Went to Karol Bagh YesterDay.. some new Tyres:
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    MRF: (Soft Compound with a Max life of 15,000)
    REVS: 17" 100/80 section.. 1600/- INR
    [The tyre that Yamaha FZ-16 has]
    REVS: 17" 140/60 Section.. 2350/- INR

    Metro Continental: Fighter (Rear)18" and 17" also avail..120/80 Section Cost 1000/- INR

    IRC: A mid stuff compound lasts for somewhere around 25,000 kms..
    I dont remeber the Name of the Tread i Saw,how ever.. it was pretty similar to the one like MRF:NyloZapper-FS
    90/90 18" (Front): 900/- TubeLess and with Tube also available
    100/90 18" (Rear): 1200/- Tubeless and with Tube also Avail.
    110/90 18" (Rear): 1400/- Tubeless and with Tube also Avail.
    120/80 18"(Rear): 1700/- Tubeless and with Tube also Avail.

    YAMAHA R-15 :
    Front: (17" Nylo Zapper - FS) = 1300/- INR
    Rear: (17" Nylo Zapper - S) = 1800/- INR

    Yamaha FZ-16
    Front : MRF 100/60 (Tubeless) =1200/- INR
    Rear : 140/60 MRF Nylo Zapper Revz (Tubeless) 1700/- INR
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    Hey!! 17" incher's have got a plenty of variety.. You can go for:

    1) 2.75 17" (Tube/Tubeless) MRF Nylo Zapper FS and Rear 100/90 MRF Nylo Zapper -C (Tube/Tubeless)

    2) 3.00 17" (Tube/Tubeless) MRF Nylo Zapper FS and Rear 110/90 VeeRubber/IRC (Tube/Tubeless)

    3) 90/90 17" (Tube/Tubeless) MRF Nylo Zapper FS and Rear 120/80 MRF Nylo Zapper FS / VeeRubber / IRC (Tube/Tubeless)

    4) 80/90 17" MRF Nylo Zapper FY (Tubeless) and Rear 100/80 MRF Nylo Zapper S (Tubeless)

    5) 80/90 17" MRF Nylo Zapper FY (Tubeless) and Rear 120/80 MRF Nylo Zapper VYDE (Tubeless)

    6) MRF 100/60 (Tubeless) Yamaha FZ-16, 140/60 MRF Nylo Zapper Revz (Tubeless) Yamaha FZ-16



    P.S: (The prices may be Different,These prices are rates here in Delhi..)
    Last edited by L.P.; 02-07-2009 at 12:08 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by L.P. View Post
    Hey!! 17" incher's have got a plenty of variety.. P150 Genuinely..
    You can go for:
    1) 2.75 17" (Tube/Tubeless) MRF Nylo Zapper FS and Rear 100/90 MRF Nylo Zapper -C (Tube/Tubeless)
    2) 3.00 17" (Tube/Tubeless) MRF Nylo Zapper FS and Rear 110/90 VeeRubber/IRC (Tube/Tubeless)
    3) 90/90 17" (Tube/Tubeless) MRF Nylo Zapper FS and Rear 120/80 MRF Nylo Zapper FS / VeeRubber / IRC (Tube/Tubeless)
    4) 90/80 17" MRF Nylo Zapper FY (Tubeless) and Rear 100/80 MRF Nylo Zapper S (Tubeless)
    5) 90/80 17" MRF Nylo Zapper FY (Tubeless) and Rear 120/80 MRF Nylo Zapper VYDE (Tubeless)
    6) MRF 100/60 (Tubeless) Yamaha FZ-16, 140/60 MRF Revz (Tubeless) Yamaha FZ-16
    Great Info there....Please suggest me a Wider Tyre for Unicorn, i currently have a MRF Zapper 2008 model.

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    Quote Originally Posted by prajwalkashyap View Post
    IRC Tyres are available in Jayanagar, Bangalore in a shop called Ganesh Enterprises opp. old Bharath TVS Showroom, next to Cyber Arcade.

    Cheers!

    Prajwal
    thanks dude!

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    @LP :Whoa Great info there buddy Thanks
    Im thinking of putting front r15 and for rear Still confused

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    Can anybody suggest the best options for 2.75 18" front and 3.00 18" rear tubed tyres? Need to replace my Shogun's tyres.

    They have to be a balance between grip (wet + dry), decent durability and price.

    Anybody has any experience with ARL tyres?

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    Quote Originally Posted by L.P. View Post
    Take a cloth and wipe the tyre by diesel,for a couple of weeks...
    how does that help? didnt understand the funda.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shadez View Post
    how does that help? didnt understand the funda.
    Try it first...
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