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Thread: Replace My Rear Tyres for New One of p220

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    Quote Originally Posted by themadrussian View Post
    you can go for the rear tyre of the R-15 i.e zapper s . it is an excellent tire i am using it for 6 months now . never looses grip no matter how hard it is pushed into corners .
    How much does the R-1-5 Rear Tyre Cost????
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    Thanks Everyone for replying...

    Will go for Vyde Tubeless.........

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thunder View Post
    How much does the R-1-5 Rear Tyre Cost????

    i bought it for 600 bucks from a bugger who thought ceat vertigo (semi off road tire) would be a good choice for his brand new R15
    Chrome rims and bling ? get a real life !

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    Quote Originally Posted by themadrussian View Post
    Zapper vyde is your best bet . else go for other thai tyres . they are good too .

    you can go for the rear tyre of the R-15 i.e zapper s . it is an excellent tire i am using it for 6 months now . never looses grip no matter how hard it is pushed into corners .
    Zapper Vyde is good choise....

    but about the R15 tyre... dont know.... i thought its too small for the 150 and yes it looks too small for the r15, yes..
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    Quote Originally Posted by themadrussian View Post
    Zapper vyde is your best bet . else go for other thai tyres . they are good too .

    you can go for the rear tyre of the R-15 i.e zapper s . it is an excellent tire i am using it for 6 months now . never looses grip no matter how hard it is pushed into corners .
    @themadrussian :
    Are the Zapper Vyde Tubeless tyres(note: tubeless) a direct fit on the Pulsar's . I need a tyre change on my P180UGIII.
    How much will the Zapper Vyde cost?

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    ^ yes they are tubeless but you need to drill the rim to fit a new valve . it costs 1800 here in chandigarh
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    Quote Originally Posted by torque24 View Post
    Zapper Vyde is good choise....

    but about the R15 tyre... dont know.... i thought its too small for the 150 and yes it looks too small for the r15, yes..
    width is not the only factor governing the grip of the tire . the compound and tread pattern matters more .
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    It generally is appriciated if we know were you are from.

    and again there are way too many options for a 17". you can go from IRC to MRF, and every thing that lies in between
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    Drilling the RIM .................. for tubeless

    OK......

    Can i replace the entire rear part of p150 with the 220....

    Like swingarm, rim, disc and tyres....

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    ^yeah expect the bill to be about 10K bucks and still useless .
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