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  • Re: Tyres

    Need experts advise and experience.
    Are Ceat Zoom XL F 80/100-17 and Ceat Zoom XL 100/90-17 better than MRF Zapper FS1 and Zapper C1 in terms of handling,duraility ?

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    • Re: Tyres

      Originally posted by Rider_3823 View Post
      Need experts advise and experience.
      Are Ceat Zoom XL F 80/100-17 and Ceat Zoom XL 100/90-17 better than MRF Zapper FS1 and Zapper C1 in terms of handling,duraility ?
      Zoom is good series from ceat slightly better than mrf but like mrf wet grip is no lower side not as bad as mrf.
      You can also explore Apollo actigrip series.

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      • Re: Tyres

        You want handling and wet grip in that size ?
        Go for MRF Masseter 80/90-17 (yes 80/90) and MRF Masseter 100/90-17.

        The grip is phenomenal. Especially wet grip is something you'll never miss on these tyres, they grip like leech on wet tarmac. Goodluck.
        Originally posted by Rider_3823 View Post
        Need experts advise and experience.
        Are Ceat Zoom XL F 80/100-17 and Ceat Zoom XL 100/90-17 better than MRF Zapper FS1 and Zapper C1 in terms of handling,duraility ?

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        • Re: Tyres

          Originally posted by MidnightEvil Parth View Post
          You want handling and wet grip in that size ?
          Go for MRF Masseter 80/90-17 (yes 80/90) and MRF Masseter 100/90-17.

          The grip is phenomenal. Especially wet grip is something you'll never miss on these tyres, they grip like leech on wet tarmac. Goodluck.

          Thats the default tyre size of Pulsar 150 Classic 2018.
          MRF Masseter range is very good with wet grip but what about durability ? Since my brothers job (Civil Engg) is around construction sites and roads leading to them are almost non existent.. i dont think Masseter would be a good choice.
          So i have very few options of CEAT and MRF.

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          • Re: Tyres

            I do bad roads often and Masseter has been very good for me, although grip on slush is not the best I would say.
            Originally posted by Rider_3823 View Post
            Thats the default tyre size of Pulsar 150 Classic 2018.
            MRF Masseter range is very good with wet grip but what about durability ? Since my brothers job (Civil Engg) is around construction sites and roads leading to them are almost non existent.. i dont think Masseter would be a good choice.
            So i have very few options of CEAT and MRF.

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            • Re: Tyres

              Originally posted by Rider_3823 View Post
              Thats the default tyre size of Pulsar 150 Classic 2018.
              MRF Masseter range is very good with wet grip but what about durability ? Since my brothers job (Civil Engg) is around construction sites and roads leading to them are almost non existent.. i dont think Masseter would be a good choice.
              So i have very few options of CEAT and MRF.
              For bad roads or non existent roads, use MRF Meteor /Meteor M, I've been using meteor happily on my 220. Before this I had RevZ S, it had phenomenal grip but I'm off-road and wet slush, it slips, you need chunky blocks for that. So my cousin whose annual pilgrimage is Leh Ladakh recommended me this.

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