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Thread: YAMAHA R15 V2.0 Tyre change

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    Default Re: YAMAHA R15 V2.0 Tyre change

    My R15 V2 was in garage for almost 4 years.
    Now I got it serviced and started using again.

    I notice small cracks on both front and rear tyres, because they were idle for almost 4 years.
    Where in Bangalore I can get the tyres replaced at reasonable price, I want to stick to the stock MRF ones.
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    Default Re: YAMAHA R15 V2.0 Tyre change

    Try the MRF store and check beforehand the prices online on MRF website, sometimes they quote more than the MRP
    Quote Originally Posted by vivek_k_p View Post
    My R15 V2 was in garage for almost 4 years.
    Now I got it serviced and started using again.

    I notice small cracks on both front and rear tyres, because they were idle for almost 4 years.
    Where in Bangalore I can get the tyres replaced at reasonable price, I want to stick to the stock MRF ones.
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    Default Re: YAMAHA R15 V2.0 Tyre change

    Well, first thing, you need to keep a check on those speed limits man. There are some new traffic rules if you have heard which can cost you a lot of dough. Second, about the tyre, Michelins are good but are known for their softness. Perhaps that's why you are losing stability at higher speeds. Try a tyre made from an Indian manufacturer like the Alpha or Alpha H1 from Apollo Tyres. Indian tyre makers know the road conditions better and optimise their products for our road conditions. Adios.
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